Full text: Remote sensing for resources development and environmental management (Volume 1)

1 ), This is a practical study. It has been made a 
success and effective way that the use of landsat 
imagery and combined with airphoto which was used for 
the detail of the area where was not clear on the 
landsat imagery as well as refer to large scale topo 
graph maps ( at 1:50000 scale ) and supplement cert- 
tain field work to make land use map and specialistic 
maps ( at 1:200000 scale). 
2 ), The procedure of the interpretation and maping 
as follow: 
The preparation ( including the data and materials 
were collected and basic maps as well as transparence 
topographic maps were made ). 
The interpretation ( including interpretation mark 
were established by going to the field and in the lab. 
and defined the standard of clssification and deline- 
neated of the interpretation from landsat images ). 
The going to the field for interpretation check. 
The making final maps and caculating the areas. 
3 ), The accuracy of identify were about 94« 1 per- 
sent that was in comparison with airphotos. 
4 ), This method of Song-nen plain natural resour 
ces and land use invintory was correct, rapid, and 
economical.The cost of this practical study of Song- 
nen plain land use comparison with the cost of con* 
ventional method was about 1/10 only. 
Wang He-gen 1985. Arid land geography.Approching on 
compilation method of land use map in medium and 
small scale in Xinjiang by satellite photos. 
Huang Zhi-liang 1984» Scientia geographica sinica. 
Li Tai-ye Sc Zhu Shu-cai 1983- Agricultural Develop 
mental Exploration. Shan-si province, 
ain T. Woldai with an introduction by E B Vermeer 1979. 
ITC Journal 1979-4. 
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