Soil pollution: Environmental integrated systems and prediction mapping

M. Kanevsky, R. Arutyunyan, L. Bolshov, V. Demyanov, S. Kabalevskiy, E. Kanevskaya, V. Kiselev, N. Koptelova, I. Linge, E. Martynenko, E. Savelieva, A. Serov, S. Chernova, S. Chernov, M. Maignan

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Abstract

The work deals with development of modern Environmental Integrated Systems (EIS) and prediction 3D-mapping for analysis of late off-site consequences of severe nuclear accidents and analysis, processing and presentation of spatially distributed radioecological data on soil contamination by Chernobyl radionuclides. The main modules of the EIS are: Data bases and data base management systems, Bank of models, Information systems, Special Geographical Information System (SGIS), User's interfaces/dialogue modules including data processing, post processing, presentation and visualization.

Original languageEnglish
Pages47-56
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 1996
Event6th International Conference on Development and Application of Computer Techniques to Environmental Studies 1996 - Menlo Park, United States
Duration: 1 Jun 19961 Jun 1996

Conference

Conference6th International Conference on Development and Application of Computer Techniques to Environmental Studies 1996
Abbreviated titleENVIROSOFT 96
CountryUnited States
CityMenlo Park
Period1/06/961/06/96

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  • Engineering(all)

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    Kanevsky, M., Arutyunyan, R., Bolshov, L., Demyanov, V., Kabalevskiy, S., Kanevskaya, E., Kiselev, V., Koptelova, N., Linge, I., Martynenko, E., Savelieva, E., Serov, A., Chernova, S., Chernov, S., & Maignan, M. (1996). Soil pollution: Environmental integrated systems and prediction mapping. 47-56. Paper presented at 6th International Conference on Development and Application of Computer Techniques to Environmental Studies 1996, Menlo Park, United States.