2017 - Önder GÜRSOY,Oktay CANBAZ,Ahmet GÖKÇE,Rutkay ATUN - https://doi.org/10.17776/csj.349590
Özet:In recent years, a large number of studies have been carried out on determining geological characteristics using remote sensing studies and their usefulness. The integrating satellite images and terrestrial spectral data are used distinguishing lithologies in geological units. The use of remote sensing images helps to save time and to reduce the cost of mapping works. In this study, the usability of ASTER SWIR images in distinguishing rock types and in determination of contacts between lithological units in Kösedağ area between Zara and Suşehri towns of Sivas Province. Syenitic, andesitic, basaltic and ophiolitics rocks are cropt out in this area. Spectral signatures of the representative samples from these rock types were measured via ASD spectroradiometer. The signatures were resampled to ASTER SWIR bandwidth as end member. Matched filtering method was performed on the images for spectral classification. The results showed that distinguishing of the mentioned rock types is possible and the boundaries between rock types on the spectral images are mostly coincided with the boundaries on the 1:100.000 scale geological map of the study area.
Anahtar Kelime:Matched Filtering,ASTER,Remote sensing,Zara-Suşehri (Sivas),Geology,Matched Filtering