SPECTRAL IMAGING AND CLAY DETECTION IN LATGALE LAKES

Rasma Tretjakova, Sergejs Kodors, Juris Soms

Abstract


The survey of lake sediments is complex, time consuming and costly process with risks to human health. Additionally, manually obtained sediment samples provide incomplete data about a survey region. In turn, remote sensing methods are cost-effective and can provide continuous data about a survey region. Therefore, authors decided to perform a pilot experiment with a remote sensing method in order to detect clay sediments deposited in lakebeds. The evaluated method is the analysis of spectral images of Sentinel-2. Pearson coefficient and C4.5 datamining methods were applied for data analysis. Survey objects are Latgale lakes with and without clay sediments. The pilot experiment showed, that spectral imaging of lake water is not applicable method to detect definitely clay sediments in lakes, however, research results provide ideas about indirect methods, which must be studied in the future.


Keywords


clay; Latgale lakes; Sentinel-2; spectral imaging

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17770/etr2019vol1.4189

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