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Investigation of the mining departments influence of Solotvynsky salt mine SE on the Earth surface, buildings and constructions using satelite radar monitoring

The most dangerous exogenous geological processes (EGP) in terms of the amount of damage caused to economic objects include: landslides, karst, flooding, abrasion, mudslides, etc. The distribution and intensity of EGP are determined by the peculiarities of geological and geomorphological structure of the territory, its tectonic, neotectonic and seismic regime, as well as hydrological, climatic, hydrogeological paleo- and modern conditions. Solotvynsky salt mine is one of the oldest enterprises in Transcarpathia. The field has been exploited since the Roman Empire.

Gis technologies and 3-d simulation in mapping manifestation of exogenic processes in renewable territories

The development of exogenous processes on the Earth's surface is a large-scale problem. Due to the development of exogenous processes there are changes in the composition and structure of the earth's crust and its surface. The destruction of streets, houses and public buildings, roads and railways leads to enormous losses. To predict the development of soil degradation, erosion processes on agricultural lands, which lose annual production areas, leads to the formation of a ravine-beam system and reduces the productive amount of land owned by citizens – is a solution.

Monitoring of coniferous forest drying in Precarpathian region using remote sensing data

Purpose. The aim of this research is monitoring of coniferous forests of Tukhlya forestry in Precarpathian region using medium and high resolution satellite images and images obtained from an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Methodology. To monitor the condition of forests of Tukhlya Forestry, a technique based on using satellite images with different spectral characteristics and resolutions, images obtained from UAVs and, accordingly, their processing by different methods, was used.

Technology of optimal site selection for solar photovoltaic power plants using GIS and remote sensing techniques

Purpose. The use of ground-mounted solar photovoltaic (PV) power plants to generate electricity has increased substantially worldwide over the past decade. This growth has been driven by policy incentives such as feed-in tariff, as well as low cost and high performance of solar panels. As the use of solar PV farms grows, the need to find the best locations for them will also increase. Optimally siting PV farms is important for maximizing beneficial characteristics of projects while minimizing negative ones.

Earth remote sensing as a method of cadastral identification of natural resources in Carpathian region

Basing on application of remote sensing the perspective analysis of management by nature  protection activity of the Carpathian region and adjacent territories in a context of improvement  of cadastral identification of natural and resource potential is carried out.

Analysis of modern methods surveying in the processing large-scale plans

Aim. Analysis modern methods surveying of processing large-scale plans. Method. Creating large-scale plans is an important task in mapping Ukraine because the existing topographic plans eventually need to be updated because it no longer meets the current state of the area. The scope of large-scale plans are diverse: the development of general plans of cities and rural areas, landscaping and engineering training areas of cities and towns, drafting drainage and irrigation of agricultural land cadastre settlements and so on.

Cartographic providing of the administration of land resources

Purpose. Administration of land resources is an important component of the land state policy. In its turn, making informed decisions regarding the objective usage of the land resources, their protection and reproduction requires reliable and objective information in its various aspects, including the cartographical one, presented at the time of the adoption or making administrative decisions.