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《REMOTE SENSING FOR LAND & RESOURCES》 1998-01
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REMOTE SENSING INTERPRETATION AND ANALYSIS OF MUD ROCK FLOW HAZARDS IN SURROUNDING AREA OF THE TARIM BASIN, XINJIANG, CHINA

Mao Yaobao Zhang Guangchao (Remote sensing Application Institute, Aerophotogrammetry and Remote Sensing Bureau of China Coal, Xi'an, 710054)  
Taking MSS and TM false colour composite imagery as basic information sources, this paper focus on studying the types, distribution status, affecting and inducing factors of mud rock flow hazards in surrounding area of the Tarim basin. By interpretation and analysis of nature factors such as geology (rock characteristics, textonics), geomophology, vegetation, hydrology (river distribution, glacier and snow cover) which control the forming and development of mud rock flow in remote sensing imagery, the hazardous intensities of mud rock flow in this area have been classified and evaluated.
【Fund】: 国家计委《塔里木盆地遥感地质综合调查》项目
【CateGory Index】: P627,P642.23
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