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Using satellite data of the Landsat program for environmental research with a case study focused on assessment of vegetation indexes in the area of Sokolovsko
Mosoriaková, Gabriela ; Matějíček, Luboš (advisor) ; Rojík, Petr (referee)
This thesis focuses on the use of remote sensing imagery and satellite image Landsat in the research of land during the revitalization, re-cultivation, and re-naturalization process. The area of the case study is the Sokolov dump. The dump is a typical long-term surface mining area and is a perfect model for the revitalization process. The thesis compares satellite imagery from the LandSat company during a period of time. The pictures are selected so that the land is not obscured by weather patterns and cloud cover. These pictures allow the evaluation of the Vegetation Index (NDVI, EVI, SAVI and MSAVI). Two areas are compared with different types of revitalization. The first is the natural process and the second is a controlled environment. The expected results should show that that the terrain data from the remote sensing images correspond to the actual land survey. The images are processed using ArcGIS and then evaluated in MatLab.

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