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The Suitability of Remote Sensing Images at Different Resolutions for Mapping of Gullies in the Black Soil Region, Northeast China

Biwei Wang, Zengxiang Zhang, Xiao Wang, Xiaoli Zhao, Ling Yi, Shunguang Hu
2021 Remote Sensing  
In this study, part of the black soil area in Northeast China with serious gully erosion was taken as the study area, and Google Earth images with seven spatial resolutions ranging from 0.51 to 32.64 m  ...  Remote sensing images with different spatial resolutions have different performance capabilities for gully extraction, so it is very important to study the suitability of different spatial resolutions  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. Remote Sens. 2021, 13, 2367  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13122367 fatcat:uizaxauynrfi7i56x5ckkek6ui

Remote sensing monitoring of gullies on a regional scale: A case study of Kebai region in Heilongjiang Province, China

Shuwen Zhang, Fei Li, Tianqi Li, Jiuchun Yang, Kun Bu, Liping Chang, Wenjuan Wang, Yechao Yan
2015 Chinese Geographical Science  
We monitored gullies in the Kebai region in Heilongjiang Province of China by using remote sensing data and found that gully density increased with the increase in slope when the slope was less than 3  ...  Specifically, the gully density in northeast slope was the greatest and in southwest was the smallest.  ...  Conclusions We monitored the gully erosion in a typical black soil region, Kebai region in Heilongjiang Province of the northeastern China, using remote sensing data.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11769-015-0780-z fatcat:p7hzzguxg5f5zdu64bdiuwcmue

Quantitative Evaluation of Gully Erosion Using Multitemporal UAV Data in the Southern Black Soil Region of Northeast China: A Case Study

Ranghu Wang, Huan Sun, Jiuchun Yang, Shuwen Zhang, Hanpei Fu, Nan Wang, Qianyu Liu
2022 Remote Sensing  
The black soil region of northeast China is experiencing severe gully erosion.  ...  The findings contribute to understanding the gully erosion processes induced by multiple forces in the southern black soil region of northeast China.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank our partners who provided all the help during the research process and the team for their great support. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs14061479 fatcat:fbadpi4ivjadvp3tqrscw7d77e

Integrated Use of GCM, RS, and GIS for the Assessment of Hillslope and Gully Erosion in the Mushi River Sub-Catchment, Northeast China

Ranghu Wang, Shuwen Zhang, Jiuchun Yang, Luoman Pu, Chaobin Yang, Lingxue Yu, Liping Chang, Kun Bu
2016 Sustainability  
in the hilly black soil region of Northeast China to assess hillslope and gully erosion. for valuable suggestions and writing assistance.  ...  The black soil region of Northeast China has suffered from severe soil erosion by water. Hillslope and gully erosion are the main erosion types.  ...  The results indicate that sub-meter-resolution remote sensing images have great potential for gully mapping [57] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su8040317 fatcat:swymxaa4ejezhf4qkx2a3swtmy

Object-Based Mapping of Gullies Using Optical Images: A Case Study in the Black Soil Region, Northeast of China

Wang, Zhang, Wang, Zhao, Yi, Hu
2020 Remote Sensing  
scale in the black soil region of Northeast China.  ...  The analysis of high-resolution remote sensing images (HRI) and terrain data mixed with developed object-based methods and field verification has been certified as a good solution for automatic gully mapping  ...  Acknowledgments: We are thankful for the insightful comments from four anonymous reviewers. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12030487 fatcat:glbmoocijbc7jhsyzpjdsyfkjq

Gully erosion regionalization of black soil area in northeastern China

Jiuchun Yang, Shuwen Zhang, Liping Chang, Fei Li, Tianqi Li, Yan Gao
2017 Chinese Geographical Science  
Gully erosion is the frequent and main form of soil erosion in the black soil area of the northeastern China, which is one of the most important commodity grain production bases in China.  ...  Based on the eco-geographical regional background features of the black soil area, this study combined the regionalization with influencing factors of the development of gully erosion.  ...  suggestions of gully erosion regionalization.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11769-017-0848-z fatcat:kq5inm5ja5ah7ex255wrqmahda

Research Progress of Spatial Distribution about Geomorphologyl-Vegetation- Water Erosion Based on Remote Sensing in Soil Covered Pisha Stone Area

Zhenzhou Shen, Wenyi Yao, Peiqing Xiao, Mian Li, Pan Zhang, Jishan Yang, Jing Chengran, Hui Liu
2019 IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering  
Some valuable research results have been obtained by using high-definition remote sensing aerial photographs and unmanned aerial vehicle high precision data interpretation, Especially the image resolution  ...  Use remote sensing to study the spatial distribution characteristics of soil erosion in the Pisha stone area slope and the regular response with time change on the geomorphic spatial structure of the slope  ...  Previous studies are mainly concentrated in the southern red soil region, northeast black soil area, the loess plateau area, the characteristics of soil erosion of the arsenic sandstone areas of soil erosion  ... 
doi:10.1088/1757-899x/562/1/012111 fatcat:oofbnirqkvfyrnhajbteehwfda

An Innovative Approach for Improving the Accuracy of Digital Elevation Models for Cultivated Land

Yuyang Ma, Huanjun Liu, Baiwen Jiang, Linghua Meng, Haixiang Guan, Mengyuan Xu, Yang Cui, Fanchang Kong, Yue Yin, MengPei Wang
2020 Remote Sensing  
The purpose of correcting Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) data is to obtain high-precision DEM data in cultivated land. A typical black soil area was studied.  ...  linear model (RMSE1 = 1.00, R21 = 0.90). 3) A series of significant improvements in the SRTM were observed when assessed with the reference DEMs for two different areas, with RMSE reductions of 91% (from  ...  The typical soil type in black soil regions is also directly defined as black soil in the Genetic Soil Classification of China [1] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12203401 fatcat:2tnc2hcnzre5plwa3o2srip6wm

Study on a soil erosion sampling survey in the Pan-Third Pole region based on higher-resolution images

Qinke Yang, Mengyang Zhu, Chunmei Wang, Xiaoping Zhang, Baoyuan Liu, Xin Wei, Guowei Pang, Chaozhen Du, Lihua Yang
2020 International Soil and Water Conservation Research  
erosion sampling survey based on 6 high-spatial-resolution remote sensing images.  ...  Through the visual interpretation of the free high-resolution remote 11 sensing images, detailed information on land use and soil conservation measures was 12 obtained.  ...  remote sensing images for the interpretation of sampling units 142 and regional soil erosion factors for the calculation of the unit soil erosion rate. (2) 143 Auxiliary data: these data indirectly support  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.iswcr.2020.07.005 fatcat:oycscqzo6jfn3nchixtkx7bu4u

Chinese High Resolution Satellite Data and GIS-Based Assessment of Landslide Susceptibility along Highway G30 in Guozigou Valley Using Logistic Regression and MaxEnt Model

Ying Liu, Liangjun Zhao, Anming Bao, Junli Li, Xiaobing Yan
2022 Remote Sensing  
The goal of the current study was to perform LSA for the landslide-prone highway G30 in Guozigou Valley, China with the aid of GIS tools and Chinese high resolution Gaofen-1 (GF-1) satellite data, and  ...  Landslide disasters frequently occur along the highway G30 in the Guozigou Valley, the corridor of energy, material, economic and cultural exchange, etc., between Yili and other cities of China and Central  ...  Acknowledgments: We appreciate all of the anonymous editors and reviewers for giving significant comments that contributed to improve this article.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs14153620 fatcat:pplq7i7qenbkxarujnawds5o6y

Use of TanDEM-X and Sentinel products to derive gully activity maps in Kunene Region (Namibia) based on automatic iterative Random Forest approach

Miguel Vallejoorti, Lukas Winiwarter, Eva Corral-Pazos-de-Provens, Jack G. Williams, Olaf Bubenzer, Bernhard Hofle
2020 IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing  
Remote sensing products (TanDEM-X, Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2) serve as inputs into an iterative algorithm, initialized using a micro-mapping simulation as training data, to map gullies in the northwestern  ...  Results are benchmarked with manually tagged gullies (initial gully labelled area <0.3% of the total study area) in two different watersheds (408 km 2 and 302 km 2 , respectively) yielding total accuracies  ...  Geodesy at TU Wien in several projects as a student/research assistant.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jstars.2020.3040284 fatcat:74efcatp4rfprewidvt4ca7gaa

The detecting of irrigated croplands changes in 1987-2015 in Zhangjiakou

Zijuan Zhu, Zengxiang Zhang, Lijun Zuo, Feifei Sun, Tianshi Pan, Jun Li, Xiaoli Zhao, Xiao Wang
2021 IEEE Access  
From the perspective of temporal changes, irrigated croplands grew rapidly in the early stage and slowly decline in the later stage, peaking at 377,117 hectares in 2000.  ...  The methods of sample selection based on spectral analysis and partitioned extraction of irrigated croplands were proposed with medium-high-resolution images, then the spatiotemporal changes of irrigated  ...  They also thank Zhangjiakou Academy of Agricultural Sciences for the data collection.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3092408 fatcat:vyr5kosmfngqdhjzr4ymnmadqq

Cultivated Land Use Zoning Based on Soil Function Evaluation from the Perspective of Black Soil Protection

Rui Zhao, Junying Li, Kening Wu, Long Kang
2021 Land  
Soil functions demonstrated a distribution pattern of high grade in the northeast and low grade in the southwest, mostly in second-level areas.  ...  A combination of soil, climate, topography, land use, and remote sensing data were used to evaluate the functions of primary productivity, provision and cycling of nutrients, provision of functional and  ...  The insightful and constructive comments of the anonymous reviewers are appreciated. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/land10060605 fatcat:rkwpdxrpjza4hmk2tnciogub5y

Remote Sensing of Environmental Changes in Cold Regions: Methods, Achievements and Challenges

Jinyang Du, Jennifer D. Watts, Lingmei Jiang, Hui Lu, Xiao Cheng, Claude Duguay, Mary Farina, Yubao Qiu, Youngwook Kim, John S. Kimball, Paolo Tarolli
2019 Remote Sensing  
This paper provides an overview of recent achievements, challenges, and opportunities for land remote sensing of cold regions by (a) summarizing the physical principles and methods in remote sensing of  ...  missions and emerging methods for accurate, timely, and multi-scale mapping of cold regions.  ...  Remote sensing is the only practical approach for inferring glacier mass and movement over large regions.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs11161952 fatcat:63wghdyherdo3cyxasqpcbrz3m

Gully development and its spatio-temporal variability since the late 19th century in the northern Ethiopian Highlands

Amaury Frankl
2012 Afrika Focus  
At a regional scale, gully networks are increasingly being stabilized and the landscape is greening.  ...  This study validates previous research and indicates important land degradation by gullying in the second half of the 20th century in the Northern Ethiopian Highlands.  ...  Sincere thanks all researchers whom, in one way or another, contributed to the development of ideas and the writing down of it. Key was of course the support of Prof.  ... 
doi:10.21825/af.v25i2.4955 fatcat:m6tok7cfabdojdbqf6dhybt27q
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