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Atlas of structural geological and geomorphological interpretation of remote sensing images / Атлас структурно-геологической и геоморфологической интерпретации изображений дистанционного зондирования

Автор(ы):Misra A.A., Mukherjee S.
Издание:Wiley, 2023 г., 271 стр., ISBN: 9781119813354
Язык(и)Английский
Atlas of structural geological and geomorphological interpretation of remote sensing images / Атлас структурно-геологической и геоморфологической интерпретации изображений дистанционного зондирования

Remote sensing has been immensely useful in tectonics, structural geology, and geomorphic studies (e.g. Misra et al. 2014; Dasgupta and Mukherjee 2017, 2019; Shaikh et al. 2020; Dasgupta et al. 2022). This edited book consists of 24 chapters authored and co-authored by 53 persons from 21 academic organizations and industries from 7 countries.
Misra (2022a; Chapter 1) presents the definition, fundamental processes, and scopes of remote sensing in structural geologic and geomorphologic studies. Misra (2022b; Chapter 2) pens the next introductory chapter, which classifies remote sensing based on data type, source, platform, and imaging media. Gupta and Biswas (2022, Chapter 3) present a morpho-tectonic analysis of a mid-channel bar using remote sensing images from the Jaldhaka river (India). Deota et al. (2022, Chapter 4) present geomorphic indicators of glacier retreat from Jorya-Garang glacier, Baspa Valley (India). They identify different stages of moraines. Jordan (2022, Chapter 5) presents several interesting aerial views of the 2018 Kilauea eruption (U.S.A). Geomorphic features such as lava fissures are documented from images. Awais (2022, Chapter 6) documents different kinds of depositional systems observable in images in Google Earth, viz. different rivers, deltas, lakes, alluvial fans, dunes, and estuaries. Patel et al. (2022, Chapter 7) discuss in detail badland geomorphology from images and several field photos. Their study area was Garbeta (India). Dongare et al. (2022, Chapter 8) discuss the geomorphology of the Indian west coast. The area is important from the perspective of hydrocarbon exploration (Mukherjee et al. 2020) and few recent field data have been available (e.g. Misra and Mukherjee 2017). The present authors focus on the erosional and depositional landforms of Goabeach. Misra (2022c, Chapter 9) works on satellite images and field snaps of the Spiti valley and discusses different fluvial geomorphic features. Sahari et al. (2022, Chapter 10) reports on deformation bands from drone images mainly located in the sandstone outcrops. Field geologists from any part of the globe will find these images interesting and applicable to their terrains. In another contribution, Aaisyah et al. (2022, Chapter 11) present deformation bands, predominantly through meso-scale photographs, from the Lion King Fault Zone (Brunei) that can have far-reaching implications for the petroleum geoscience of the terrain. Patidar et al. (2022, Chapter 12) use DEM and satellite data and document deformation and tectonic geomorphology from a portion of the Kutch basin, particularly the reorganization of the drainage network. Caine and Benowitz (2022, Chapter 13) work on a part of the Alaska-Canada Cordillera for geomorphologic aspects. They also present a historical development of the subject for the terrain, so that the present contribution is well understood as to where it stands. Ghosh et al. (2022, Chapter 14) discuss how image analyses can reveal lineaments from the Indo-Burma Range, which is a humid tropical region. The subject of lineament delineation in mega-scale is of common interest to tectonicians worldwide. Kania and Szcz^ch (2022, Chapter 15) provide a tectonic interpretation for a part of the Polish Outer Carpathians using airborne-based LiDAR DEM. They identify and interpret faults, joints, overthrusts, bedding planes, and folds. Vasaikar et al. (2022, Chapter 16) work on the Narmada-Tapi interfluve in Gujarat (India) and demonstrate how tectonics, folding, and faulting can alter drainage patterns. <...>

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