GIS technology

Comparative analysis of graphic presentation of 3D models based on the magnetotelluric sounding data

A new three-dimensional data visualization program (TAR3D) was created by MATLAB environment. The features of the program have been shown on the example of two-dimentional magnetotelluric data modeling obtained in Kirovograd ore area. The comparison with the worldwide known world simular programs are carried out.

GIS technologies in the analysis of wind energy development projects in the Precarpathian region

Purpose. Among the investment projects related to economic development in the region, special attention is drawn to projects that involve a significant amount of land allocation, valuable because of their ecological status, high recreational resources and other circumstances. Exactly to these types of projects wind power development programs relate. The actual problem is the evaluation of the quality of wind parks design, taking into account the existing landscape and climatic conditions. Methods.

Geospatial modeling of greenhouse gas emission in the residential sector: a comparison of Western Ukraine and South-Eastern Poland

Purpose. To develop of approaches for spatial inventory of greenhouse gas emissions in the residential sector at the level of elementary objects to form datasets of geospatial distribution of emissions, and to analyze on this base the differences in emission structure for the territories of the Western Ukraine and South-Eastern Poland. Methodology. The main sources of greenhouse gas emissions in the residential sector are analyzed. The approach for assessment of energy demand of the households is developed.

Determination of the mass graves of World War II using GIS technology

Aim of the work is determined graphically visualize historical data fragment of territory-based regiment of Yakutsk, is located in Kremenets of Ternopil region in the first half of the twentieth century on modern maps. With interpretive possibilities archival aerial photographs obtained by the Germans in 1944, to determine the place of mass execution and burial of Soviet prisoners of war and civilians during the World War II on the territory. Methods. A flow chart of the definition of mass graves from the World War II within the modern urban setting with the help of GIS technologies.