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Application of high altitude and ground-based spectroradiometry to mapping hazardous low-pH material derived from the Sokolov open-pit mine

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Mineral spectroradiometry, both from airborne/spaceborne sensors and ground measurements, represents an alternative to conventional methods and an efficient way to characterize mines and assess the potential for acid mine drainage (AMD) discharge. High-altitude spectroradiometry (advanced spaceborne thermal emission and reflection radiometer [ASTER] satellite data) together with ground- and laboratory-based spectroradiometry (ASD Filedspec spectroradiometer) were employed in order to identify the locations of the most significant sources of AMD discharge at the Sokolov lignite open-pit mines, Czech Republic. As a result, a map with delineated low-pH zones was created and validated using the ground truth data.
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hal-00847794 , version 1 (24-07-2013)

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Veronika Kopackova, Stéphane Chevrel, Anne Bourguignon, Petr Rojik. Application of high altitude and ground-based spectroradiometry to mapping hazardous low-pH material derived from the Sokolov open-pit mine. Journal of Maps, 2012, 8 (3), pp.220-230. ⟨10.1080/17445647.2012.705544⟩. ⟨hal-00847794⟩

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