Estimation of Air Pollution Using Multi-Temporal Remote Sensing Technique for Dehradun District, Uttarakhand

Jyotsana Joshi, Kishor Chandra Kandpal, Neelam Rawat, (doi: 10.23953/cloud.ijarsg.400)

Abstract


Air pollution is a major problem of many countries around the world. The main source of the air pollution due to growing urbanization, growth of the industry, vehicles etc. In this research produce an empirical model using Landsat 8 satellite data and ground PM 10 measurement for determination of particulate matter (PM 10) concentration in the atmosphere over Dehradun city, the capital of Uttarakhand . The research focus on air pollution determination using atmospheric reflectance (DOS method) and correlate to PM 10 ground measurement. The outcomes of this research showed that visible bands of Landsat 8 OLI were capable of calculating PM10 concentration to an acceptable level of accuracy.


Keywords


Air Pollution; AOT; DOS; PM10; Reflectance

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