Towards Remote Sensing Datasets Collection and Processing

Towards Remote Sensing Datasets Collection and Processing

Badreddine Boudriki Semlali (Abdelmalek Essaâdi University, Tétouan, Morocco) and El Amrani Chaker (Abdelmalek Essaâdi University, Tétouan, Morocco)
DOI: 10.4018/IJERTCS.2019070104

Abstract

The world is witnessing important increases in industrial, transport and agriculture activities. This leads to economic growth, but, on the other hand, causes substantial damage in urban air, due to emissions of harmful gases, mainly CO, SO2, NO2 and the Particular Matter (PM). The World Health Organization (WHO) confirms that daily exposure to pollutants causes approximately three million deaths. It is therefore necessary to assess continuously the air quality. In this context, a Java-based application was developed to acquire data from EUMETSAT geostationary and Polar Orbit satellites, through the Mediterranean Dialogue Earth Observatory (MDEO) terrestrial station. This application filters, subsets, processes and visualizes products covering Morocco zone. Significant correlations were found between emissions and industrial activities related to power thermal plants, factories, transportation and ports.
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2. Issues

Today, we can notice several phenomena such as:

  • Losses and damages in agriculture and industrials domain caused by climatic changes;

  • Recently the weather shows many perturbations that generally produce natural disasters like storms, floods and heat wave;

  • Outdoor pollution due to industrial and/or transport activities;

  • Problems of greenhouse effect and ozone hole.

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3. Main Focus Of The Article

This study has several purposes, which are:

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