Record details

Title
    Effect of mineralogical and geochemical properties on reflectance properties of waste from Sokolov open pit lignite mine, Czech Republic
Other titles
    Effect of mineralogical and geochemical properties on reflectance properties of waste from Sokolov open pit lignite mine, Czech Republic
Author
    Bourguignon, Anne
    Chevrel, Stephane
    Kopačková, Veronika
    Koubová, Magdaléna
    Rojík, Petr
Language
    anglicky
Publication type
    článek ve sborníku
Source title - monograph
    Mine Closure 2009
Pages
    12
Notes
    Akce: 2009 ; Perth
Thesaurus term
    mineral spectroscopy,AMD,organic component,lignite open-pit mine,ASTER
Keyword
    Czech
    Effect
    Geochemical
    Lignite
    Mine
    Mineralogical
    Open
    Pit
    Properties
    Reflectance
    Republic
    Sokolov
    Waste
Abstract (in czech)
   The mineralogical composition of sediments is primarily a determinant of their inherent reflectance properties. However, additional parameters such as organic matter content and trace element abundance are also known to have an influence on soil and sediment reflectance. Field and laboratory spectra of more than 250 rock samples at the Sokolov open-pit mine were measured using an ASD spectroradiometer during field investigations in 2007/2008. In situ and laboratory measurements allowing a quantitative diagnostic of trace elements, pH, sulphur and organic matter were conducted on the selected field samples. The effect of the mineralogy and the geochemical variables on the rock reflectance property was studied and then the feasibility of resolving some of these effects with satellite imagery was tested.
Abstract (in english)
   The mineralogical composition of sediments is primarily a determinant of their inherent reflectance properties. However, additional parameters such as organic matter content and trace element abundance are also known to have an influence on soil and sediment reflectance. Field and laboratory spectra of more than 250 rock samples at the Sokolov open-pit mine were measured using an ASD spectroradiometer during field investigations in 2007/2008. In situ and laboratory measurements allowing a quantitative diagnostic of trace elements, pH, sulphur and organic matter were conducted on the selected field samples. The effect of the mineralogy and the geochemical variables on the rock reflectance property was studied and then the feasibility of resolving some of these effects with satellite imagery was tested.
Contributor
    Česká geologická služba
Contributor code
    ČGS (RIV)
Source format
    R
Import date
    15. 10. 2014