Record details

Title
    Mining Remote Sensing and its role in implementation of Czech and EU Directives - a case study for Sokolov open pit mine
Other titles
    Využití dálkového průzkumu Země v oblasti povrchové těžby a role těchto metod při implementaci českých a EU norem - Sokolovská pánev
Author
    Kopačková, Veronika
    Rambousek, Petr
Language
    česky
Publication type
    článek ve sborníku
Source title - monograph
    Extractive Industry and the Environment in the Central Europe EIECE 2007
Pages
    5
Notes
    Akce: 2007 ; Brno
Thesaurus term
    remote sensing,optical spectroscopy,Landsat,Aster,mining waste management,waste and water management Directives
Keyword
    Case
    Czech
    Directives
    EU
    Implementation
    Mine
    Mining
    Open
    Pit
    Remote
    Role
    Sensing
    Sokolov
    Study
Abstract (in czech)
   Common rock-forming minerals exhibit wavelength-dependent spectral features throughout the VNIR, SWIR and TIR wavelength ranges of the spectral region. In the case of open-pit mine areas, degradation processes (represented by formation of secondary minerals, iron oxides and oxyhydroxide formation, acidification and immobilization of heavy metals) can be detected and defined by Earth Observation (EO) data that measure surface spectral property in the VNIR/SWIR/TIR regions at a regional scale. Proper exploitation of these data can be used in sustainable information systems, which can make an interface for implementing the Czech Directives dealing with mining waste and water management (Directives: 2006/21/EC a 2006/118/EC a 2006/232/COM), furthermore a collaboration with representatives of JRC, Ispra, offer active integration and interfacing with EC services concerned with the implementation of the Directive addressing the Management of Waste from Extractive industries.
Abstract (in english)
   Využití dálkového průzkumu Země v oblasti povrchové těžby a role těchto metod při implementaci českých a EU norem - Sokolovská pánev
Contributor
    Česká geologická služba
Contributor code
    ČGS (RIV)
Source format
    R
Import date
    15. 10. 2014