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Remote sensing studies on seismic activity
Author(s): Cristina Aiftimiei; Alexandra Caramizoiu; Axente D. Stoica; Aurelian Aiftimiei
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Paper Abstract

This study present the reslut of the application of remote sensing techniques to the seismic are analysis and monitoring. Remote sensing methodology and field studies of active faults can provide a geologic history that overcomes many of the shortcomings of instrumental and historic records. We present the result of comparing ERS-1 and optical data, and we analyze if the structural inventory can be traced more accurately, by the help of ERS-1 data. First results show that lineaments in Landsat-TM images appear denser in shorter distances whereas ERS-1 images are dominated by the principal structures.

Paper Details

Date Published: 23 February 2000
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 4068, SIOEL '99: Sixth Symposium on Optoelectronics, (23 February 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.378646
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Cristina Aiftimiei, Institute of Optoelectronics (Romania)
Alexandra Caramizoiu, Institute of Optoelectronics (Romania)
Axente D. Stoica, Institute of Optoelectronics (Romania)
Aurelian Aiftimiei, Ministry of Defense (Romania)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4068:
SIOEL '99: Sixth Symposium on Optoelectronics
Teodor Necsoiu; Maria Robu; Dan C. Dumitras, Editor(s)

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