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作者:... Robert Zimmermann , Robert Möckel , Richard Gloaguen
来源:[J].Remote Sensing(IF 2.101), 2018, Vol.10 (3)DOAJ
摘要:This contribution explores the potential of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to monitor areas affected by acid mine drainage (AMD). AMD is an environmental phenomenon that usually develops in the vicinity of mining operations or in post-mining landscapes. The investigated area ...
作者:... Mahdi Khodadadzadeh , I. Cecilia Contreras , Richard Gloaguen
来源:[J].Sensors(IF 1.953), 2019, Vol.19 (12)DOAJ
摘要:Rapid, efficient and reproducible drillcore logging is fundamental in mineral exploration. Drillcore mapping has evolved rapidly in the recent decade, especially with the advances in hyperspectral spectral imaging. A wide range of imaging sensors is now available, providing rapid...
作者:... Jan Beyer , Johannes Heitmann , Richard Gloaguen
来源:[J].Sensors(IF 1.953), 2019, Vol.19 (10)DOAJ
摘要:Due to the rapidly increasing use of energy-efficient technologies, the need for complex materials containing rare earth elements (REEs) is steadily growing. The high demand for REEs requires the exploration of new mineral deposits of these valuable elements, as recovery by recyc...
作者:Farid Djeddaoui , Mohammed Chadli , Richard Gloaguen
来源:[J].Remote Sensing(IF 2.101), 2017, Vol.9 (10)DOAJ
摘要:The main goal of this work was to identify the areas that are most susceptible to desertification in a part of the Algerian steppe, and to quantitatively assess the key factors that contribute to this desertification. In total, 139 desertified zones were mapped using field survey...
作者:Eric Pohl , Richard Gloaguen , Ralf Seiler
来源:[J].Remote Sensing(IF 2.101), 2015, Vol.7 (8), pp.9727-9752DOAJ
摘要:Moisture supply in the Pamir Mountains of Central Asia significantly determines the hydrological cycle and, as a result, impacts the local communities via hazards or socioeconomic aspects, such as hydropower, agriculture and infrastructure. Scarce and unreliable in situ data prev...
作者:... Louis Andreani , Kombada Mhopjeni , Richard Gloaguen
来源:[J].Remote Sensing(IF 2.101), 2016, Vol.8 (8)DOAJ
摘要:On the example of the Epembe carbonatite-hosted Nb-Ta-LREE deposit, we demonstrate the use of hyperspectral reflectance data and geomorphic indicators for improving the accuracy of remote sensing exploration data of structurally-controlled critical raw material deposits. The resu...
作者:Sandra Jakob , Robert Zimmermann , Richard Gloaguen
来源:[J].Remote Sensing(IF 2.101), 2017, Vol.9 (1)DOAJ
摘要:Drone-borne hyperspectral imaging is a new and promising technique for fast and precise acquisition, as well as delivery of high-resolution hyperspectral data to a large variety of end-users. Drones can overcome the scale gap between field and air-borne remote sensing, thus provi...
作者:Sandra Jakob , Richard Gloaguen , Carsten Laukamp
来源:[J].Remote Sensing(IF 2.101), 2016, Vol.8 (5)DOAJ
摘要:Hyperspectral imaging is a powerful tool for mineral mapping and increasingly used in poorly-accessible areas. It only requires a limited amount of validation sample points, but can fail to discriminate spectrally-similar features. In this manuscript, we show that we improve the ...
作者:Peter Krause , Richard Gloaguen , Dorothea Deus
来源:[J].Remote Sensing(IF 2.101), 2013, Vol.5 (4), pp.1651-1680DOAJ
摘要:The purpose of this paper is to estimate the water balance in a semi-arid environment with limited in situ data using a remote sensing approach. We focus on the Lake Manyara catchment, located within the East African Rift of northern Tanzania. We use a distributed conceptual...
作者:Arsalan A. Othman , Richard Gloaguen
来源:[J].Remote Sensing(IF 2.101), 2013, Vol.5 (3), pp.1024-1044DOAJ
摘要:The objective of this study is to understand the effect of landslides on the drainage network within the area of interest. We thus test the potential of rivers to record the intensity of landslides that affected their courses. The study area is located within the Zagros orog...

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