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Integrated Object-Based Image Analysis for semi-automated geological lineament detection in southwest England
TLDR
Two complementary but stand-alone OBIA methods for lineament detection are presented which both enable semi- automatic regional lineament mapping and create a similar network of lineaments indicating that semi-automatic techniques are robust and consistent.
GEOLOGICAL LINEAMENT INTERPRETATION USING THE OBJECT-BASED IMAGE ANALYSIS APPROACH : RESULTS OF SEMI-AUTOMATED ANALYSES VERSUS VISUAL INTERPRETATION
Structural interpretation is an essential part of a mineral exploration project because the genesis of many mineralization types is controlled by bedrock structures. The objective of this study was
Dating of paleolandslides in western Finnish Lapland
The dating of landslide-buried organic materials potentially indicates non-stationary seismicity in northern Finland attributable to the release of lithospheric stresses during and after retreat of
Ordination and hyperspectral remote sensing approach to classify peatland biotopes along soil moisture and fertility gradients
Abstract Spatial information on biotopes would be an asset for boreal peatland inventories. It may be helpful for protection and monitoring changes in species diversity caused by artificial
Glacial geomorphology in Utsjoki, Finnish Lapland proposes Younger Dryas fault-instability.
Abstract Northern Fennoscandia has experienced high-magnitude postglacial fault (PGF) events, yet the role of seismic tremors in subglacial deformations and meltwater discharge has remained obscure.
Earthquake-induced deformations on ice-stream landforms in Kuusamo, eastern Finnish Lapland
Kuusamo in eastern Finnish Lapland is characterized by ice-streamlined landforms as well as clusters of historical and recent earthquakes (Mw<4). Since recent earthquakes are often found to be
Sediment anisotropy coincides with moraine ridge trend in south‐central Finnish Lapland
The morpho-sedimentary anisotropy of a field of moraine ridges, classified previously as ribbed moraine, was studied by means of ASTER satellite data, airborne radiometric (AR) data, digital
Electrical-sedimentary anisotropy of Rogen moraine, Lake Rogen area, Sweden
Abstract The electrical-sedimentary and morphological anisotropy of Rogen moraine was studied with aerial photographs and azimuthal measurements of electrical conductivity (σ a ) in the Lake Rogen
Importance of soil calcium for composition of understory vegetation in boreal forests of Finnish Lapland
To focus conservation efforts into forest areas with high biodiversity, more information is needed about soil-vegetation dependencies in Finnish Lapland. We studied understory vegetation and soil
Geological controls on conifer distributions and their implications for forest management in Finnish Lapland
Abstract Soil water and nutrient regimes of naturally established old-growth conifer stands and those of intensively managed Norway spruce [Picea abies (L.) Karst.] sites were assessed over a range
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