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After decades of mining and industrialization in Qatar, it is important to estimate their impact on soil pollution with toxic metals. The study utilized 300 topsoil (0–30 cm) samples, multi-spectral images (Landsat 8), spectral

Malinowski R., Höfle B., Koenig K., Groom G., Schwanghart W., Heckrath G. (2016) Local-scale flood mapping on vegetated floodplains from radiometrically calibrated airborne LiDAR data. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 2016, 119, 267-279, doi: 10.1016/j.isprsjprs.2016.06.009

Knowledge about the magnitude of localised flooding of riverine areas is crucial for appropriate land management and administration at regional and local levels. However, detection and delineation of localised flooding with remote sensing techniques

Jenerowicz M., Kemper T. (2016) An improved automated procedure for informal and temporary dwellings detection and enumeration, using mathematical morphology operators on VHR satellite data, Remote Sensing Technologies and Applications in Urban Environments, doi: 10.1117/12.2254808

Every year thousands of people are displaced by conflicts or natural disasters and often gather in large camps. Knowing how many people have been gathered is crucial for an efficient relief operation. However, it

Kotarba A.Z. (2016) Regional high-resolution cloud climatology based on MODIS cloud detection data, Volume 36, Issue 8 30 June 2016 Pages 3105–3115, doi: 10.1002/joc.4539

Most satellite cloud climatologies come in the form of global, low-resolution datasets: so- called ‘gridded’ Level 3 products, resulting from the reprojection and spatio-temporal aggregation of swath (Level 2) data. Their coarse resolution means

Wawrzaszek A., Walichnowska M., Krupiński M., (2015) Ocena przydatności poziomu multifraktalności do opisu wysokorozdzielczych danych pozyskanych przez satelity Landsat, Archiwum Fotogrametrii, Kartografii i Teledetekcji 2015, vol. 27, s. 175-184 ISSN 2083-2214, eISSN 2391-9477, doi: 10.14681/afkit.2015.013

W ramach pracy przeanalizowano 6 scen o trzydziestometrowej rozdzielczości pochodzące z satelitów Landsat 5, 7 i 8, zarejestrowane w sześciu zakresach długości fali i prezentujące obszar Warszawy. Stosując dwa algorytmy podziału dużych scen –

Kulczyk S.,Woźniak E. , Derek M. , Kowalczyk M. (2015) Pomiar marszrutowy jako narzędzie monitoringu aktywności turystycznej. Przykład Wielkich Jezior Mazurskich. Problemy Ekologii Krajobrazu, T. XXXIX, 111–119

In order to describe relations between tourism and landscape, it is important to operate within two scopes. The first is landscape potential and the second – the way it is used by tourists. In

Nowakowski A. (2015) Remote Sensing Data Binary Classification Using Boosting with Simple Classifiers, Acta Geophys. (2015) 63: 1447, doi: 10.1515/acgeo-2015-004

Boosting is a classification method which has been proven useful in non-satellite image processing while it is still new to satellite remote sensing. It is a meta-algorithm, which builds a strong classifier from many

Wawrzaszek A., Krupiński M., Drzewiecki W., Aleksandrowicz S. (2015) Multifraktalna analiza zobrazowań satelitarnych , Archiwum Fotogrametrii, Kartografii i Teledetekcji 2015, vol. 27, s. 163-173 ISSN 2083-2214, eISSN 2391-947, doi: 10.14681/afkit.2015.012

Przedstawione prace badawcze dotyczyły oceny skuteczności stosowania opisu multifraktalnego jako narzędzia do wydobywania informacji z bardzo wysokorozdzielczych zobrazowań satelitarnych, prezentujących głównie obszary Polski. Przeanalizowano duże zestawy danych panchromatycznych, zarejestrowanych przez satelity WorldView-2 i EROS-A.

Malinowski R., Groom G., Schwanghart W., Heckrath G. (2015) Detection and delineation of localized flooding from worldview-2 multispectral data. Remote Sensing 2015, 7, 14853-14875, doi: 10.3390/rs71114853

Remote sensing technology serves as a powerful tool for analyzing geospatial characteristics of flood inundation events at various scales. However, the performance of remote sensing methods depends heavily on the flood characteristics and landscape

Krupiński M., Wawrzaszek A., Drzewiecki W., Aleksandrowicz S. (2014) Usefulness of the fractal dimension in the context of hyperspectral data description, SGEM2014 Conference Proceedings, ISBN 978-619-7105-12-4 / ISSN 1314-2704, June 19-25, 2014, Book 2, Vol. 3, 367-374 pp

The number of hyperspectral sensors and data grows systematically and dynamically. Hyperspectral data delivers huge number of precise information but character of data requires specific methods of processing. One of these methods can be