Extraction of Information on Geology Hazard from Multi-polarization Sar Images

@inproceedings{Yungang2008ExtractionOI,
  title={Extraction of Information on Geology Hazard from Multi-polarization Sar Images},
  author={CAO Yun-gang and YAN Li-juan and ZHENG Ze-zhong},
  year={2008}
}
  • CAO Yun-gang, YAN Li-juan, ZHENG Ze-zhong
  • Published 2008
Geology hazards are one of the main nature hazards in China, especially in southwest China. Now the remote sensing technology is considered the most powerful method for forecasting, monitoring, analyzing and assessment these geology hazards. In this paper, geology hazard information including lineament features and landslide body are extracted from multipolarization SAR data around Kunming city, Yunnan province, China. To reduce the influence of SAR speckle and enhance the linear character, a… CONTINUE READING

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