Investigation of spectral characteristics of carbonate rocks – A case study on Posht Moleh Mount in Iran
Department of Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences
Recent developments in the image processing approaches and the availability of multi and/or hyper spectral remote sensing data with high spectral, spatial and temporal resolutions have made remote sensing technique of great interest in investigations of geological sciences. One of the biggest advantage of the application of remote sensing in geology is recognizing the type of unknown rocks and minerals. In this study, an investigation on spectral features of carbonate rocks (i.e. calcite, dolomite, and dolomitized calcite) were done in terms of main absorptions, the reasons of those absorptions and comparison of these absorption with Johns Hopkins University (JHU) spectral library and laboratory spectra of Analytical Spectral Devices (ASD) instrument. For this purpose, we used the VNIR and SWIR bands of ASTER and OLI datasets. Finally, we applied the Spectral Analyst Algorithm in order to comparison between the obtained spectra from ASTER dataset and carbonate spectra of JHU spectral library.
International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Tangestani, M. H.,
Investigation of spectral characteristics of carbonate rocks – A case study on Posht Moleh Mount in Iran.
International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 553-557.
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