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Space Survey to Catch Subsurface Management Violators
7.12.2007 14:14
Space Survey to Catch Subsurface Management Violators
An image from space

Today satellite observations become an important and objective proof for revealing illegal activities in natural resource management.
      Since pictures of the Earth made from space are objective and cover vast territories of remote regions, sometimes space survey is the only control instrument. Scientists report about successful applications of space survey data of territories near the Lake Baikal in fighting illegal subsurface management.
      In 2006 a Russian company bought a license for stream gold exploitation, however, the deposit turned out to be illegally depleted, and no facts about its depletion were present in official documents. Space technologies appeared to be very helpful, since they allowed finding out chronology of events and catching breakers.


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