Structural geological mapping in Simpang Pulai to Pos Selim, Malaysia utilising satellite imagery

Ramli, Mohammad Firuz and Yusof, N. and Mohd Shafri, Helmi Zulhaidi and Misman, Muhamad Afizzul and Juahir, Hafizan and Yusoff, Mohd Kamil (2008) Structural geological mapping in Simpang Pulai to Pos Selim, Malaysia utilising satellite imagery. In: The International Symposium Geotunis 2008, 26-30 November 2008, Tunis, Tunisia. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

Remote sensing data have becoming an improtant source of structural geological information. Integration of multispectral and radar imagery, with the digital elevation model may improve the structural interpretation. The main objective of this study is to utilise the radar imagery for lineament interpretation which probably represent the main joints or faults along the presently Simpang Pulai to Pos Selim highway. The Landsat was chosen because during the image capture, the highway stretch is still not been build, thus the interpretation of the lineamnet will not be influenced by the highway alignment. The resultant lineament will be compared to the previously interpreted lineaments in the study area using Landsat TM.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subject:Geological mapping
Subject:Satellites
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Environmental Studies
ID Code:10605
Deposited By: Erni Suraya Abdul Aziz
Deposited On:15 Mar 2011 12:19
Last Modified:15 Mar 2011 14:30

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