Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf

Exploration

Porträt Jakob, Sandra; FWGE Sandra Jakob
Hyperspectral remote sensing exploration of mineral deposits
Phone:+49 351 260 - 4487
Email: s.jakobAthzdr.de
AddressChemnitzer Str. 40
09599 Freiberg

Current research topics:

  • Pre-processing and application of droneborne hyperspectral data for mineral exploration
  • Combination of emission and absorption spectroscopy for the exploration of Rare Earth Elements
  • Operation of hyperspectral cameras in the field, "multi-scale" remote sensing

Publications:

  • Sandra Jakob, Richard Gloaguen, Carsten Laukamp (2016): Remote Sensing-Based Exploration of Structurally-Related Mineralizations around Mount Isa, Queensland, Australia, Remote Sensing, v. 8, 358, doi:10.3390/rs8050358.
  • Sandra Jakob, Sanaz Salati, Richard Gloaguen (2015): Hyperspectral remote sensing for mineral mapping of structural related mineralizations around Mount Isa, Queensland, Australia, EGU General Assembly, held 12-17 April, 2015 in Vienna, Austria.

  • Sandra Jakob, Benjamin Bühler, Richard Gloaguen, Christoph Breitkreuz, Hassan Ali Eliwa, Khaled El Gameel (2015): Remote sensing based improvement of the geological map of the Neoproterozoic Ras Gharib segment in the Eastern Desert (NE–Egypt) using texture features, Journal of African Earth Sciences, v. 111, pp. 138–147.

  • Richard Gloaguen, Sandra Jakob (2015): Potential of hyperspectral remote sensing for the exploration of structural related mineralizations, International Association for Mathematical Geosciences (IAMG), held 05-13 September, 2015 in Freiberg, Germany.