Impact Of Coal Mining On Land Use Land Cover Using Remote

IMPACT OF COAL MINING ON LAND USE/LAND

2014-5-8  S.P.S , Coal mining impact on land use/land cover in Jaintia hills district of Meghalaya, India using remote sensing and GIS technique • Singh N P , Tuhin K Mukherjee and Shrivastava B B P , Monitoring the impact of coal mining and thermal power industry on landuse pattern in and around Singrauli coalfield using remote

COAL MINING IMPACT ON LAND USE/LAND COVER IN

1 coal mining impact on land use/land cover in jaintia hills district of meghalaya, india using remote sensing and gis technique k. sarma and s.p.s. kushwaha*

IMPACT ANALYSIS OF OPEN CAST COAL MINES ON

IMPACT ANALYSIS OF OPEN CAST COAL MINES ON LAND USE/ LAND COVER USING REMOTE SENSING AND ... coal mining activities on the Land use have been highlighted.

Evaluating Impact of Coal Mining Activity on Landuse ...

The study on the impact of coal mining on land use changes were carried out by various workers in different parts of the world [5, 6, 11, 13, 14]. Pandey and Nathawat [12] attempted land use

IMPACT OF COAL MINING AND INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITIES

impact of coal mining and its allied industries on changes in land use/land cover pattern on time and space is pre-requisite for the district. Therefore, present study was undertaken to analyze ...

Land use/land cover change detection analysis using

Mining and human activities impacted the natural ecosystem leading to land use/land cover (LU/LC) change is of great concern by environmentalist and the society. The present study evaluated the LU/LC changes due to exploitation of coal in Dhanbad district of India during the period of 1987 to 2017. Remote sensing (RS) data indicated that out of 2043.32 ha LU/LC comprised of dense forest, low ...

(PDF) Using Remote Sensing to Assess Impact of

The present land use/ land cover pattern indicates as follow, built land, agricultural land, forest, waste lands and water bodies. These classifications of land use were mapped using the GIS ...

Land use/land cover changes in the mining area of

2018-12-1  The different land use classes mainly water body, mining area, forest cover, built-up area, barren land and agriculture land in Godavari coal field area of southern India are identified and the impact of land use/land cover change on the environment are discussed.

A historical and future impact assessment of mining ...

2021-3-1  Sarma, K., Kushwaha, S., 2005. coal mining impact on land use/land cover in jaintia hills district of Meghalaya, India using remote sensing and GIS technique. Page 28 in Conference Proceeding of National Conference on Geospatial Technologies, Geomatrix.

Surface coal mine area monitoring using multi

2011-4-1  The open cast lignite coal mine, Goynuk Himmetoglu open cast mine in Bolu Turkey, is selected to investigate the impacts of surface mining activities on land use and land cover ().The study area is located in Goynuk in the Bolu province at 40°12′–40°15′ east and 30°45′–30°50′ north, and covers an area of approximately 5000 km 2. ...

Land use/land cover change detection analysis using

Mining and human activities impacted the natural ecosystem leading to land use/land cover (LU/LC) change is of great concern by environmentalist and the society. The present study evaluated the LU/LC changes due to exploitation of coal in Dhanbad district of India during the period of 1987 to 2017. Remote sensing (RS) data indicated that out of 2043.32 ha LU/LC comprised of dense forest, low ...

Monitoring the impact of surface coal mining on ... -

Detecting how surface coal mining affects the environment on the process of land use/cover change is one of the primary concerns to preserve nature and minimize the environmental impacts. Therefore, monitoring and understanding the environmental impact processes in mining areas is critical for sustainable management of the Earth's environment.

COAL - Coal and Open-pit surface mining impacts on ...

2019-2-12  Coal and Open-pit surface mining impacts on American Lands (COAL) COAL is a Python library for processing hyperspectral imagery from remote sensing devices such as the Airborne Visible/InfraRed Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS). COAL provides a suite of algorithms for classifying land cover, identifying mines and other geographic features, and correlating them with environmental data

ASSESSMENT OF SPATIO-TEMPORAL CHANGE OF LAND-

2016-5-11  To create a land use-land cover classification scheme and to generate statistical data on land consumption by quarries and reduction of forest area. Change in built-up area due to urbanization over last two decades since 1989. A detailed understanding of the impact of mining on changes in land use/land cover

Environmental Consequences of a Burning Coal Mine : A

2019-7-1  C. Impact on land use and vegetation . Multi-temporal remote sensing data offer an effective way to study changes in land use in mining areas [18]. A uniform classification have been performed, the area was classified into forest, non-forest and water body. Alarming rate of conversion of well forest land to barren land was noticed (Fig

Application of Remote Sensing for Environmental Impact ...

2010-4-14  pollution and general environmental degradation which limit the land use potential of the area. The large-scale spatial, high-resolution spectral remote sensing data, including aerial photographs and historical data provide a tool for environmental impact assessment and monitoring of this widespread mining

Land-use/Cover Mapping and Change Detection in

Several decades of intensive mining have taken place in the Rustenburg region, located in the North West Province of South Africa. The platinum boom of the late 90s has seen new surface and underground operations opening up in this area. To assess land-use/cover and environmental impacts, remotely sensed data in the form of Landsat images were analysed.

Surface mining and reclamation effects on flood

2009-4-7  2.2. Land Use/Land Cover (LULC) [8] Land use and land cover change was delineated by Townsend et al. for the study area using Landsat imagery from 1976, 1987, and 1999. Because of significant inaccuracies in mapping mine‐related classes (>48% incorrect) in the National Land Cover Data sets (NLCD) of 1992 and 2001 [Vogelmann et al., 2001; Homer et al., 2004], the LULC images

Mapping the yearly extent of surface coal mining in ...

2018-7-25  Surface mining for coal has taken place in the Central Appalachian region of the United States for well over a century, with a notable increase since the 1970s. Researchers have quantified the ecosystem and health impacts stemming from mining, relying in part on a geospatial dataset defining surface mining’s extent at a decadal interval. This dataset, however, does not deliver the temporal ...

Application of GIS in Mine Contamination and

2016-12-7  These Low resolution optical/multispectral satellite sensors allow gathering data at a spatial resolution of 1-km to 250-m, allow for a large scale observation of complete coal mining provinces and districts to support geologic mapping, assess mining-related land cover and land use change, or temperature patterns.

COAL - Coal and Open-pit surface mining impacts on ...

2019-2-12  Coal and Open-pit surface mining impacts on American Lands (COAL) COAL is a Python library for processing hyperspectral imagery from remote sensing devices such as the Airborne Visible/InfraRed Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS). COAL provides a suite of algorithms for classifying land cover, identifying mines and other geographic features, and correlating them with environmental data

Impact of Underground Coal Mining on Regional

Landscape pattern change (LPC) can provide comprehensive insight into the effects of mining activities on regional ecosystems. This paper examined the impact of coal mining on LPC of Peixian mining area, China. An analysis of LPC was conducted based on GIS-RS technology from 1994 to 2014. The...

Application of Remote Sensing for Environmental Impact ...

2010-4-14  pollution and general environmental degradation which limit the land use potential of the area. The large-scale spatial, high-resolution spectral remote sensing data, including aerial photographs and historical data provide a tool for environmental impact assessment and monitoring of this widespread mining

Environmental Impact Assessment for the proposed

4. Contour Map for 20 Km Radius 5. 3-D view i.e. DEM (Digital Elevation Model) for the area in 10 km radius from the proposal site. 6. Land use/Land-cover mapping of the area using High-resolution satellite image data . Industries: Agriculture, Environmental Management, GIS, Information Technology, Mining

TOWARDS A REMOTE SENSING BASED ASSESSMENT OF

2016-6-7  paved/rocky material, bare land, built-up area, mining area, ter body.and wa Land degradation by water susceptibility due to seasonal land use-land cover variations is highest in the east of the study area where there is high cropland to bare land conversion. 1. INTRODUCTION . Land degradation (LD) is among the major environmental

Surface mining and reclamation effects on flood

2009-4-7  2.2. Land Use/Land Cover (LULC) [8] Land use and land cover change was delineated by Townsend et al. for the study area using Landsat imagery from 1976, 1987, and 1999. Because of significant inaccuracies in mapping mine‐related classes (>48% incorrect) in the National Land Cover Data sets (NLCD) of 1992 and 2001 [Vogelmann et al., 2001; Homer et al., 2004], the LULC images

Application of GIS in Mine Contamination and

2016-12-7  These Low resolution optical/multispectral satellite sensors allow gathering data at a spatial resolution of 1-km to 250-m, allow for a large scale observation of complete coal mining provinces and districts to support geologic mapping, assess mining-related land cover and land use change, or temperature patterns.

Coal Controversy In Appalachia - NASA

Using streams as a landfill for mining waste is illegal under the Clean Water Act, they argue, and the flattened ridge lines and valley fills are a violation of the core requirement of the 1977 Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act: that mining companies restore the land to its original shape—the “approximate original contour”—as ...

Deep Impact: Effects of Mountaintop Mining on

2021-3-12  Land use impacts are commonly quantified and compared using 2D maps, limiting the scale of their reported impacts to surface area estimates. Yet, nearly all land use involves disturbances below the land surface. Incorporating this third dimension into our estimates of land use impact is especially important when examining the impacts of mining. Mountaintop mining is the most common form of ...

LAND DEGRADATION DUE TO MINING AND ITS

2011-3-26  (land in ha/MT of coal/ore 1 Coal 407 1493 10175 25 2 Limestone 170.38 178.3 1704 10 3 Bauxite 12.34 7.5 123 10 4 Iron ore 154.4 143.9 1544 10 5 Others 9.44 18.61 - - requirements and whether returning to the pre disturbance use constitutes the best use of land. Post mining site reclamation and restoration is the final

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