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Application of remote sensing technology to microbial reclamation

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doi: 10.6046/gtzyyg.2014.03.03
Authors:Chen Shulin; Bi Yinli
Author Affiliations:Primary:
China University of Mining and Technology, College of Geoscience and Surveying Engineering, Beijing, China
Volume Title:Guotu Ziyuan Yaogan Remote Sensing for Land & Resources
Source:Guotu Ziyuan Yaogan = Remote Sensing for Land & Resources, 26(3), p.16-23. Publisher: Dizhi Chubanshe, Beijing, China. ISSN: 1001-070X
Publication Date:2014
Note:In Chinese with English summary. 49 refs.
Summary:Microbial reclamation is an effective means for ecological restoration in coal mining. Remote sensing, especially hyperspectral remote sensing, can rapidly and precisely determine the growth status of plants in the field and the improvement of soil properties, thus providing important technical support for implementation of microbial technology to land restoration and ecological environment rehabilitation in coal mining. This paper summarized in detail the application of remote sensing to monitoring the plants recovery, reclamation of waste dump of tail slag and subsidence and pollution of heavy metals in reclaimed areas, and the application of microbial technology to improving the environment of coal wastes, managing mining subsidence land and restoring land polluted by heavy metals. Some ideas of remote sensing technology applied in microbial reclamation for future research were discussed in this paper, which could provide an important reference and guideline for quick, accurate and undamaged monitoring of growth of plants reclaimed with microorganism and estimation of microbial technology implemented in ecological restoration in coal mining in the future.
Subjects:Acid mine drainage; Applications; Bioreclamation; Ecology; Environmental geology; Geologic hazards; Heavy metals; Image analysis; Land subsidence; Mine waste; Mines; Natural hazards; Pollution; Reclamation; Remote sensing; Soil pollution; Technology
Record ID:819821-3
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