As main source of information spectral data from three different sources airborne, field and laboratory measurements are considered. The main assumption is that correlation exists between all mentioned data and this way extrapolation about the soil state can be made over larger regions based on single point measurements. The advantage is that these data are acquired digitally, at the moment there is a large series of them over same regions and they can be easily processed and utilized in various information formats. In order verify of the results gathered from satellite data additional spectrometric measurements of samples from test sites are performed in-situ and in laboratory. The final target is to estimate the damage caused by sample open pit mine to the neighboring soil cover. The obtained results show that the used data and the implemented approach are useful in soil condition estimation and the method proposed is economically attractive for the company responsible for maintenance of the ecological state of the region.


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