IMPLEMENTATION OF DIFFERENT TIME REMOTE SENSING DATA IN INVESTIGATION OF DYNAMICS OF ARCTIC COASTS
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Abstract (English):
Natural geomorphic processes set the rules of development of petroleum resources in offshore and coastal areas in the Arctic. Coastal zone here is highly dynamic due to contact with cryolithozone. Considering eventual human impact and forecasted climatic change, coastal retreat rate may increase significally. To study peculiarities of coastal dynamics at Yamal and Ural coasts of Baydaratskaya bay, Kara Sea, the network for instrumental monitoring was established. Long-term observations carried out there were largely complemented with results of analysis of different time imagery along with state maps with use of GIS. Precise reference, alignment and comparison of diverse materials was done using an array of specific distinguishable relief features. As the result, maps of coastal dynamics were produced. After correlation with instrumental monitoring data they were subsequently used as the base for synthetic maps showing classification and segmentation of shores. Following evaluation of the research, changes were made to the construction project for offshore and onshore pipelines in the studied area.

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in the studied area.
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