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Appraisement of environment remote sensing method in mining area
Author(s): Fengjie Yang; Han Zhen; Tao Jiang; Liqing Lei; Cailan Gong
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Paper Abstract

Coal mining is attached great importance by society as a key profession of environmental pollution. The monitor and protection of coal-mine environment is a developing profession in China. The sulfur dioxide, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and other waste gases, which are put out by the spontaneous combustion or weathering of gangue are an important pollution resource of atmosphere. The stack of gangue held down many farmlands. Smoke, coal dust and powder coal ash pollute the environment of mining area and surroundings though the affection of monsoon. The pH value of water which coal mine drained off is low, and the drinking, farming and animal husbandry water where it flowed are affected. The surface subsidence which mining caused is a typical destruction of ground environment. The people pay attention to remote sensing as a method of rapidly, cheaply regional environment investigation. The paper tires making an appraisement of mining area environment monitor by many kind methods of remote sensing from the characteristic of mining area environment.

Paper Details

Date Published: 19 August 1998
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 3504, Optical Remote Sensing for Industry and Environmental Monitoring, (19 August 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.319542
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Fengjie Yang, Shandong Institute of Mining and Technology (China)
Han Zhen, Shandong Institute of Mining and Technology (China)
Tao Jiang, Shandong Institute of Mining and Technology (China)
Liqing Lei, Shandong Institute of Mining and Technology (China)
Cailan Gong, Shandong Institute of Mining and Technology (China)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3504:
Optical Remote Sensing for Industry and Environmental Monitoring
Upendra N. Singh; Huanling Hu; Gengchen Wang, Editor(s)

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