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LANDSAT and Radar Mapping of Intrusive Rocks in SE-Brazil,
INSTITUTO DE PESQUISAS ESPACIAIS SAO JOSE DOS CAMPOS (BRAZIL)
The objectives of this study were 1 to study the feasibility to intrusive rock mapping and to establish criteria for regional geological mapping at the scale of 1500,000 in polycyclic and polymetamorphic areas using Logic Method of photointerpretation of LANDSAT imagery and RADAR from RADAMBRASIL project. 2 to evaluate the spectral behavior of intrusive rocks, using the Interactive Multispherical Image Analysis System Image-100 . The region of Campos city in northern Rio de Janeiro State was selected as the study area and digital imagery processing and pattern recognition techniques were applied. Various maps at the 1250,000 scale were obtained to evaluate the results of automatic data processing. Author
This article is from 'Papers Selected for Presentation at the International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment (16th) Held at Buenos Aires, Argentina on 2-9 June 1982. Volume 1,' AD-A134 719. p297-306.