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Remote sensing and sig contribution for the identification of the fracturation influence on the drainage network architecture in the High Ziz River basin, Central High Atlas, Morocco

Diani Khadija ; Kacimi Ilias ; Elbelrhiti Hicham ; Zemzami Mahmoud ; Tabyaoui Hassan ; Masmoudi Lhoussaine

Limnological review (Warsaw, Poland), 01 December 2019, Vol.19(4), pp.149-158 [Tạp chí có phản biện]

E-ISSN: 2300-7575 ; DOI: 10.2478/limre-2019-0013

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    Remote sensing and sig contribution for the identification of the fracturation influence on the drainage network architecture in the High Ziz River basin, Central High Atlas, Morocco
  • Tác giả: Diani Khadija ; Kacimi Ilias ; Elbelrhiti Hicham ; Zemzami Mahmoud ; Tabyaoui Hassan ; Masmoudi Lhoussaine
  • Chủ đề: Lineaments ; Drainage Network ; High Ziz River ; Automatic Extraction and Remote Sensing ; Oceanography
  • Là 1 phần của: Limnological review (Warsaw, Poland), 01 December 2019, Vol.19(4), pp.149-158
  • Mô tả: This study aims to contribute to a better estimation of the density of fractures likely to favour the drainage of surface water in the High Ziz River (HZR) basin. The method adopted consists of the use of different airborne image processing techniques (filtering, enhancement and slope analysis) which allow a good discrimination of image discontinuities (lineaments) that can then be used for producing lineament maps. The influence of these lineaments on the underground flow is then studied. Indeed, it was possible to extract the lineament network, following the exploitation of remote sensing and an objectively completed analog analysis using the PCI Geomatica LINE module and its directional filters (Sobel directional filters by the ACP method), and to extract the hydrographic network of the HZR basin, using the ArcHydro tool. After superimposing these data, their thematic maps (of the lineament and hydrographic network) were developed. In addition, this comparison of the two hydrographic...
  • Ngôn ngữ: English
  • Số nhận dạng: E-ISSN: 2300-7575 ; DOI: 10.2478/limre-2019-0013

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