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LASER SURVEYING SYSTEMS COMBINED WITH GIS APPLICATIONS. MODERN TOOLS IN SUPPORTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT OF MINING-QUARRYING-EXTRACTIVE WORKS. HELLENIC EXPERIENCES AND CASE HISTORIES

AUTHOR/S: BALIKTSIS, E., FRAGOULIS, M.
Sunday 1 August 2010 by Libadmin2002

2nd International Scientific Conference - SGEM2002, www.sgem.org, SGEM2002 Conference Proceedings/ ISBN: 954-918181-2, June 9-15, 2002, 245- 256pp

ABSTRACT

We have searched and analyzed several modern technologies aiming
at the best applications of environmental management, the studying of
quarrying – mining as well as the excavation sites – utilization –
rehabilitation.
We have used long-range reflectorless laser surveying systems, so as
to achieve the fastest and most accurate surveying of the extractive work
sites. We also used them, in order to collect field data, measure distances,
surveying monitoring stations and environmental parameters – data.
Furthermore, these systems can make the field work quite fast, more
reliable and credible and have low cost in collecting data in dangerous and
non-approachable areas. We have used and processed the field data in
G.I.S. applications, in order to create 2-D and 3-D digital ground models.
These G.I.S. applications present the existing relief and the management of
the final stage of the area. The suggested techniques and works needed, for
reclamation and utilization of the areas, could be tried, evaluated and well
presented.
The evolution and utilization of these “smart” modern tools for the
effective environmental management of quarrying – mining – extractive
activity sites is presented by using case histories from the Hellenic
territory.

PAPER 2002/s11.4: LASER SURVEYING SYSTEMS COMBINED WITH GIS APPLICATIONS. MODERN TOOLS IN SUPPORTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT OF MINING-QUARRYING-EXTRACTIVE WORKS. HELLENIC EXPERIENCES AND CASE HISTORIES

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