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リモートセンシング技術による大規模ゴミ処分場の維持・管理について


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Title: リモートセンシング技術による大規模ゴミ処分場の維持・管理について
Other Titles: A Study on Maintenance and Management of Large Landfill Using Remote Sensing Technique
Authors: 楊, 寅台 / 後藤, 恵之輔 / 全, 炳徳
Authors (alternative): Yang, In-Tae / Gotoh, Keinosuke / Jun, Byungdug
Issue Date: Jul-1996
Citation: 長崎大学工学部研究報告 Vol.26(47) p. 219-225, 1996
Abstract: Recently, due to the rapid progress of industry, pollution problems related to industrial and domestic wastes had become a serious issue to be taken in consideration. In the past, domestic and industrial wastes were used to be thrown into the sea for the purpose of land reclamation. Nowadays, there are some procedures used in dealing with reducing the size of these wastes such as recycling and fill material in earth works. In Japan, the weight of domestic and industrial wastes collected in 1990 was about 200 million tons. This huge amount was just much enough to construct the KANSAI International Airport. One can imagine how wide is the surface area needed for that purpose. This paper presents an investigation about Tsurumi Ryokuchi Park in Osaka City and the main wastes dumping site of Seoul City, Korea now. Satellite data were used here to study the changes of temperature in landfil site with the passage of time. Using satellite data is believed to be a suitable method in monitoring the settlement and consolidation of the waste materials.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/14982
ISSN: 02860902
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Appears in Collections:Volume 26, No. 47

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/14982

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