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Title: GEOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT CAPACITY ASSESSMENT IN THE VICINITY OF NUCLEAR FUEL CYCLE FACILITIES
Authors: Dudar, Tamara Viktorivna
Stankevich, Sergii Artseniovich
Keywords: remote sensing
geological environment capacity assessment
nuclear fuel cycle rfacilities
Issue Date: Aug-2016
Publisher: SpaceConf-2016
Abstract: For the purpose of geoecological environment capacity assessment the authors have produced a number of thematic landscape changes maps obtained as a result of multispectral imagery processing, allowed assessing the state and trends in land degradation processes within the territories of NPP and URF location. To continue the research it is meant a deeper consideration of geology and geomorphology factors together with soil, vegetation, land cover and land use ones taking into account the radiation capacity factor for the territories of NFCF location. The results obtained are supposed to show the impact assessments of vulnerability of the human-environment system under such environmental changes.
URI: http://er.nau.edu.ua/handle/NAU/22318
ISSN: 2309-2130 UCSR
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