Soil water erosion expansion and intensity identification using photogrammetric method.

Supervisor: Ing. Jozef Halva, PhD.

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Project description:Project oriented to new solutions for erodology science. It submits yet not used method in erodology science -- photogrammetry. Photogrammetry is a new method of optical measures that is executed by surveying photos of objects and subsequently on optic model of the object. If we imagine object as eroded soil surface, it is possible to use photogrammetric method to determine soil water erosion intensity and expansion of erosion processes. We submit testing of this method on constructed rain simulator with verified measures that were realized by help of other used methods (directly deluometric and indirectly by models) in our project. In addition, we use photogrammetric method to determine soil water erosion endangerment on selected experiment locations and again we verify results by deluometric and model methods. Elaboration of methodic procedure of soil water erosion determination of agriculture soil by photogrammetric method with accuracy verification and evaluation of advantage and disadvantage of proposed m
Kind of project:VEGA ()
Department:Department of Landscape Planning and Land Consolidation (FZKI)
Project identification:1/0671/14
Project status:Rejected
Project start date :01. 01. 2014
Project close date:31. 12. 2016
Number of workers in the project:8
Number of official workers in the project:0