Remote Sensing Monitoring Method for Ecological Environment Restoration in Scenic Spots

Yan Shang

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 777-781

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Abstract

Abstract: Aiming at the problem that the ecological function of the scenic spot is gradually declining, a remote sensing monitoring method for the restoration of the ecological environment in the scenic spot is proposed. Remote sensing images are processed to extract remote sensing monitoring data. From the weighted values of the spectral heterogeneity and shape heterogeneity of the object, the spectral difference is obtained, and the shape heterogeneity is obtained. The vegetation index NDVI is calculated based on ETM + and CBERS remote sensing images. The vegetation coverage is calculated by combining the weighted values of spectral heterogeneity and shape heterogeneity of the object, and remote sensing monitoring method for ecological environment restoration in scenic spots is completed. Through the experimental results, it can be concluded that through five years of ecological restoration, the surface vegetation coverage has been greatly improved. To evaluate the environmental restoration effect of the implemented ecological restoration technology can provide effective technical data for future ecological restoration work.

Keywords

remote sensing monitoring, ecological environment restoration, scenic spots

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