Satellite remote sensing approaches and field measurements to tracking coastline changes of the Sambia peninsula
Yugra State University Bulletin
The purpose of this work is to assess the accuracy of measuring the coastal boundary of the sea on optical images for the study of the short-term dynamics of the coastal zone of the Sambian Peninsula and its development trends using high-resolution and ultra-high resolution satellite images. The methodological issues of studying the dynamics of the coastal zone of the Sambian Peninsula using ground data and optical images of high and ultra-high resolution are considered. The estimation of the
... estimation of the measurement error of the coastline on satellite images by comparison with the data of ground-based measurements of the coordinates of the coastline was carried out. It has been established that remote measurement of the coastal boundary of the sea using optical images is possible with an error not exceeding a few meters. It is shown that Change Detection is used to detect spatio-temporal changes in the coastal zone in multi-time images. Analysis of the quantitative assessment of changes in the area of erosion and accumulative sites on the coast of the Sambian Peninsula over the study period 2010-2017. Showed the prevalence of abrasion processes over accumulative, which is also confirmed by ground-based observations in the survey of the coastal zone after the storm in the period 2012-2017. It has been established that in most of the peninsula, over 5 years, the tendency for the coastline to recede towards the coast from 6 to 36 m on average prevails.