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Article title DEVELOPMENT OF ALGORITHM FOR ASSESSMENT OF A DEGREE OF SOIL DEGRADATION FORM MULTISPECTRAL IMAGES
Authors V.G. Bondur, A.B. Murynin, A.A. Richter, M.A. Shakhramanyan
Section SECTION IV. MATHEMATICAL METHODS OF AN ARTIFICIAL INTELLECT
Month, Year 06, 2012 @en
Index UDC 004.932.2
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Abstract The algorithm for evaluation of soil degradation extent using space images is described. The general block diagram of the program module implementing the algorithm is presented. The example of study of soil degradation caused by litering in the region of large disposal dump is presented. Results of soil degradation study are considered for the test area including the city dump of Kuchino (Moscow region, Balashikha, city district of Railway), that is the largest disposal dump of the Moscow region. The test area is analyzed in comparison with its vicinity and adjacent settlements. The results are analyzed for soil saltiness and loss of moisture at the test area.

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Keywords Extent of soil degradation; indexes of underlying surface conditions; soil littering; remote evaluation of soil.
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