The use of remote sensing data for estimation of the anthropogenic load on the coastal areas of the Crimea in 2017-2019  id статьи: 704
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материалы конференции
Язык
En
Журнал
CEUR Workshop Proceedings

ISSN:16130073
Год
2020
Выходные данные
том 2665
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страницы 70-73
DOI
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The paper discusses spatial distribution of suspended matter in the southwestern Crimean coast of the Black Sea according to high-resolution satellite data from Sentinel-2 MSI scanner and medium-resolution satellite data from MODIS Aqua and Terra in 2017-2019. Spatial and temporal evolution and wind transport of suspended matter are studied along with their contribution to the anthropogenic load of the coastal areas. Satellite observation data are compared with long-term annual mean data on the concentration of suspended matter from 1998 to 2018. The analysis of remote sensing data helped identify the areas with the highest values of bio-optical indices, which are consistent with the location of the river mouths and municipal sewage pipes. Copyright © 2020 for this paper by its authors. Use permitted under Creative Commons License Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Ключевые слова
Bio-optical index, Coast, Crimea, Satellite data, Suspended matter, Water pollution
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2020-09-29 14:01:41
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