Using Remote Sensing Methods to Refine the Landscape-Morphological Regionalization for the Territory Due to the Secondary Pollutant Redistribution Across Soil Cover

Publication Type:

Journal Article


Information & Security: An International Journal, Volume 40, Issue 1, p.29-37 (2018)


chemical elements migration, industrial pollutants, landscape zoning, lateral flows, remote sensing data


<p>Multispectral satellite imagery engagement provides the landscape-morphological zoning. This procedure was carried out over Mariupol City and its vicinities. The research area was subdivided into elementary landscape elements in accordance with migration conditions. The structure-coordinate morphological terrain network was created. The ways of pollutants&rsquo; migration from industrial objects can be determined using remote sensing data. The main localities of matter accumulation within the city are the river valleys of Kal&rsquo;mius and Kal&rsquo;chyk. These areas are dangerous for human livelihood.</p>

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