FIRST EUROPEAN WORKSHOP ON REMOTE SENSING IN MINERAL EXPLORATION
The First European Workshop on "Remote sensing in mineral exploration" organized by the Commission of the European Communities in February 1985 took stock of the results obtained within the European Community on the application of remote sensing techniques in exploration. The papers presented in this publication are essentially based on data obtained with the first generation of satellites and some airborne experiments. Important progress in data processing and interpretation has been made in the EEC since 1979 and is continuing to be made. The main aim is to provide the EC mining industry with a new tool for exploration. Significant results have already been obtained with the EEC playing an important role in the promotion of this relatively new technique. The main R&D trend is towards an integration of multidata sets (remote sensing, geochemical, geophysical and other data) to improve the methodology for delineating new targets in exploration. Another general trend is the participation of mining companies in remote sensing experiments. Further improvement for exploration is expected in the near future with the thematic mapper and the spot imageries as well as new airborne sensors.
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 10511 EN-FR (1986) FS, 250 P., BFR 800, EUROFFICE, LUXEMBOURG, POB 1003
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Record Number: 1989124106000 / Last updated on: 1987-01-01
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