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saad_shams
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08/27/07 12:52 AM
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Eva,

I have also worked on "Detection of Fuel Hydrocarbons using hyperspectral Satellite Imagery" in pakistan as my MS research thesis.So basically you have to get a Hyperspectral image of your study area.This can be from AVIRIS or Hyperion.You can do the analysis in either ENVI 4.3 or Erdas Imagine 9.1.What you have to look in your image are the spectral signatures of Methane(CH4) and Ethane(C2H6).Methane can be formed by some other biological processes but Ethane is only found on the surface where there is Oil & Gas Underneath.You will mark all those areas where you will finf these spectral signatures integrally.Than you have to perform ground truthing ideally with a spectrometer in order to verify your results.

Regards,

Saad Shams

GIS Consultant

Landmark Resources (LMKR)

sbutt@lmkr.com  

 






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*OIL and GAS evasmejkal   02/22/07 12:49 AM
.*Re: OIL and GAS bjmck   08/31/07 09:34 PM
.*Re: OIL and GAS saad_shams   08/27/07 12:52 AM
.*Re: OIL and GAS wanakev2   07/10/12 10:11 AM
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