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Titolo: Multi-temporal airborne remote sensing analyses of areas suffering anthropic activities in South part of Mount Vesuvius National Park
Anno di pubblicazione: 2014
Autori: Ciro Manzo, Alessandro Mei, Giuliano Fontinovo, Alessia Allegrini, Cristiana Bassani.
Affiliazioni autori: cnr iia
Abstract: Nowadays, hyperspectral airborne remote sensing is a widely applied technique to collect information over relevant spatial scales at high spectral and spatial resolution. Due to its costs, often it is hard to have available multi-temporal images of the same area. The aim of this work is the analysis of multi-temporal changes occurred in zone exposed to anthropic activity at the feet of Mount Vesuvius in the South of Italy by remote sensing techniques. In the study area, most of lava pits are now closed. This zone suffered of two main activities: mining and following rubbish dumping; these activities have an environmental impact on the near areas due to intense traffic of trucks, mining and dumping activities, which release dust and biogas in the atmosphere and leachate into the ground.
Lingua abstract: inglese
Stato della pubblicazione: Published version
Congresso nome: 3rd Young Earth Scientist Congress
Congresso luogo: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Congresso data: from 11th - 14th August 2014
Congresso rilevanza: Internazionale
Congresso relazione: Su invito
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