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Natural Resources. / April 29, 2009 /

Remote sensing data application is rather urgent in resource management. Space monitoring makes possible acquiring operational data on the environment, natural and anthropogenic objects within the areas of mining operations. Remote sensing data is used effectively in prospecting work of mineral deposits and in designing objects of minerals production and refinement.

Imagery data are essential in detecting and assessing man-made pollution of the environment as the results of economic activities.

Remote sensing data is used for ecological control over territories of minerals production and refinement, control over preventive measures for the environmental protection, and man-made object conditions.

RESURS-DK1 image of „Phosphorit“ public corporation territory, Kingisepp, Leningrad Region

RESURS-DK1 image of oil preprocessing plan, Tolka settlement, Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area

MONITOR-E/PSA image of refuse heaps nearby phosphatic manure plan. Vicinity of Karatau, Kazakhstan

ЗRESURS-DK1 image of plant for primary raw material treatment, refuse heaps. Vicinity of Mirnyi city, Yakutia

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