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《Science of Surveying and Mapping》 2006-01
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The method on image recognizing and interpreting surface hydrologic features with remote sensing on qinghaitibetan plateau

HONG Zhigang~ ① , DAI Erfu~ ② ,LIN Zongjian~ ① ,CHU Meihua~ ③ ( ①Chinese Academy of Surveying and Mapping, Beijing 100039; ②Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research ,Beijing 100101; ③Shandong University of Science and Technology, Qingdao 266510)  
Some of the 1: 50 000 topographic maps are still not available in Western China. With the development of the remote sensing, it is applied more and more in topographic maps production. The image recognizing and interpreting is an important step in this process, and the hydrologic feature is one of the most important features detected on the surface. In this paper, multisource images are analyzed in different method, and the hydrologic features are extracted. The result shows that different hydrologic features could be extracted with different methods, and the outcome can be applied in 1∶50 000 topographic maps production.
【CateGory Index】: TP751
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