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monitoring of soil surface change using analytical photogrammetry

AndreМЃ Philip Merel

monitoring of soil surface change using analytical photogrammetry

by AndreМЃ Philip Merel

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Published by University of Portsmouth in Portsmouth .
Written in English


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StatementAndré Philip Merel.
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Open LibraryOL17320476M

Forces acting on soil particle are gravitation, buoyancy and drag forces, and all depend on particle size; The larger particles settle first à Stokes law Since soils are a mixture of different size particles, soil’s are classified using the so-called soil textural Size: KB. Image analysis allows us to derive new understanding from existing data by creating analytic maps for insight and knowledge. These raster (cell-based) layers can be used to map and model virtually anything that happens across the earth’s surface, like agriculture, planning, hydrology, climate, .

development and use of computer databases to store soil descriptions and associated information. The nature of databases, for better or worse, requires consistent and “correct” use of terms. Sources: This Field Book draws from several primary sources: The Soil Survey Manual (Soil . Special Issue on "Photogrammetry in Engineering Geology: Tools, Methods and Applications" Engineering geologists generally are trained as geologists, and they commonly have a background focused on the geologic and environmental factors that affect engineering design and construction.

in support not only change the means of distribution, they also change the variancesof concentrations and the correlations of concentrations between sampling units. It is essentiaI that any action level for soils be defined as a concentration over a particular support and location relative to the ground surface. In this definition of an action. The detachment and transport of soil particles degrade the fertility of agricultural land and reduce its productivity. Soil erosion causes the siltation of ditches, and runoff material from eroding surfaces is a major constituent of non point-source pollutants that accumulate in surface water bodies.


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Monitoring of soil surface change using analytical photogrammetry by AndreМЃ Philip Merel Download PDF EPUB FB2

For these reasons the use of laser imaging and photogrammetry of soil surface conditions at the scale of interest have largely remained confined to controlled laboratory environments and are not.

Monitoring of Soil Surface under Wind and Water Erosion by Photogrammetry Chapter (PDF Available) July with Reads How we measure 'reads'. The monitoring of soil surface change using analytical photogrammetry.

Author: Merel, Andre Philip. An analytical photogrammetric approach is used to examine surface morphological change at a small scale (1 mm). These topographical changes are then related to sub-surface crust development as observed by the use of impregnated polished by: 9.

Using of Close Range Photogrammetry for Interrill Soil Erosion Quantification Mohamed A.M. A BD ELBASIT*1, 2, Tadaomi S AITO2, Hiroshi YASUDA2, Hisao ANYOJI2 Abstract: The needs for evaluation of interrill soil erosion spatially and validation of spatial explicit erosion model.

Reliable methods for monitoring and assessing soil quality are a prerequisite for successful soil bioremediation projects. The fifth volume of Soil Biology presents detailed descriptions of selected methods for evaluating, monitoring and assessing bioremediation treatments of soils contaminated with organic pollutants or heavy metals.

parameters and detecting defects in the road surface. Photogrammetry as accurate non-contact measuring method provides powerful means for solving different tasks in road surface reconstruction and analysis.

The range of dimensions concerned in road surface analysis can have great variation from tenths of millimetre to hundreds meters and by: 7. GEOINFORMATICS – Vol. I - Remote Sensing and Environmental Monitoring - P.

Mather ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) satellites carry instruments that view much of the earth’s surface in a single day, for the oceans and the atmosphere are dynamic (meaning that their characteristics change rapidly over time).

Computational monitoring in real time plays an essential role in development of these smarter engineering systems. Components of computational monitoring in real time Computational monitoring is a multidisciplinary research field including a number of basic sciences, such as mechanics, material science, electronics and computer by: 3.

photogrammetry as a sufficiently precise tool for detecting soil surface change, which can be used to assess water erosion in its various forms. In addition, UAV-SfM has proven to be a very useful technique for monitoring soil erosion over time, especially in hard-to-reach : Marx L.

Silva, Bernardo M. Cândido, John N. Quinton, Michael R. James. The DEMs allowed fordetailed analysis of soil surface evolution. Keywords: digital close range photogrammetry, digital elevation model, soil erosion Introduction Soil erosion is an ubiquitous economic and ecological problem.

Detachment and transport of soil particles degrade the fertility of agricultural land and reduce its productivity. Soil erosion. this thesis indicate that the use of ground and air-based photogrammetry are precise tools in detecting soil surface changes and can be used to assess water erosion in its various forms of occurrence in nature.

In addition, the UAV-SfM. The precision of DEM production was limited to camera calibration. Improvements of the setup presented could include the use of better control points and more advanced image matching strategies for identification of homologous points.

The DEMs allowed for detailed analysis of soil surface by: Abstract. Soil erosion is a continuous process of detachment, transportation, and deposition of soil particles. Obtaining accurate descriptions of soil surface topography is crucial for quantifying changes to the soil surface during erosion processes.

The objective of this study was to develop an improved close-range photogrammetric technique to assess soil erosion under rainfall by: 7. We investigated a method to measure sheet erosion by characterising the soil erosion of an upland field in a dryland environment. Digital photogrammetry was used to measure the erosion rates of soil surfaces packed to different densities under simulated rainfall or wind conditions.

The photogrammetry system consisted of 2 digital cameras, a rainfall simulator, a wind tunnel, and a computer Cited by: 6. models, photogrammetry, soil, soil erosion, surveys Abstract: Surface reconstruction using digital photogrammetry offers a great advantage for soil erosion research.

The technology can be cumbersome for field application because it relies on the accurate measurement of control points, often using a survey-grade by: PRINCIPLES OF REMOTE SENSING Shefali Aggarwal Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Division Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehra Dun Abstract: Remote sensing is a technique to observe the earth surface or the atmosphere from out of space using satellites (space borne) or from the air using aircrafts (airborne).

The aim of this work is to evaluate UAV photogrammetric and GNSS techniques to investigate coastal zone morphological changes due to both natural and anthropogenic factors.

Monitoring morphological beach change and coastline evolution trends is necessary to plan efficient maintenance work, sand refill and engineering structures to avoid coastal drift.

The test area is located on the Northern Cited by: 1. temporal information is related to the change of an object in time, usually obtained by comparing several images which were recorded at different times.

As indicated in Table the remotely sensed objects may range from planets to portions of the earth’s surface, to. Photogrammetry was invented in by Colonel Aimé Laussedat, and has continued to develop over the last years.

Over time, the development of photogrammetry has passed through the phases of plane table photogrammetry, analog photogrammetry, analytical photogrammetry, and has now entered the phase of digital photogrammetry (Konecny ). The use of remote sensing for Environmental Management.

a. Environmental Monitoring. Conservation authorities are concerned with monitoring the quantity, health and diversity of the earth’s forests. The remote sensing data are using for the following applications-i. Deforestation (rainforest, mangrove colonies) ii.

Species inventory. iii. Triaxial tests have been widely used to evaluate soil behaviors. In the past few decades, several methods have been developed to measure the volume changes of unsaturated soil specimens during triaxial tests.

Literature review indicates that until now it remains a major challenge for researchers to measure the volume changes of unsaturated soil specimens during triaxial by:   Surface reconstruction using digital photogrammetry offers a great advantage for soil erosion research.

The technology can be cumbersome for field application because it relies on the accurate measurement of control points, often using a survey-grade instrument.