Methodology for Assessment of Environmental Risk Caused by Fires at Illegal Dumps

January 18, 2012
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(This article was first published on Misanthrope's Thoughts, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

It's actually already two month old news, but my research "Developement of the Universal Methodology for Assessement of Environmental Risk Caused by Fires at Illegal Dumps" (download in RUSSIAN), that was made special for Fire Monitoring Challenge (by GIS-Lab, Microsoft, NEXTGIS, several universities and GIS/spatial data corporations), was  awarded the 2-nd pace. The prize consisted of the fancy diploma, Lenovo IdeaPad G560 (thanks to all the gods it became much less uglier when I've installed openSUSE at it and applied an OSM sticker ;-), a wireless mouse (my wife was happy to grab it) and a nice book on remote sensing for children.

Instead of abstract:
Developed methodology for assessment of the fire probability in dependence of spatial location and actual area of illegal dump. It is applicable for any part of the world. Software used: QGIS, R.
Spatial component of the probability of the fire at illegal dump in Leningrad region, Russia

I was lucky to present this research at two conferences and today I've received a printed "minor" publication of the article (it is beta-version of the paper available at the link above). So it is possible now to cite it as:
Yury V. Ryabov (2011) Razrabotka univercal'noy metodiki rascheta veroyatnosti vozniknovenia pozhara na nesankcionirovennoy svalke // Sbornik nauchnih trudov molodyh specialistov, prepodavateley i aspirantov po resultatam provedenia Tret'ego molodezрnogo ecologichescogo congressa "Severnaya palmira", 21-22 noyabria 2011, Sankt-Peterburg. - SPb NICEB RAN - pp. 93-106.
To Do: develope formula for composition coefficient calculation; translation to English; major publication.

P.S. If you are interested in this research and do not speak Russian don't hesitate to contact me and ask for general translation.

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