Using computer image integration technique, the multiple geoscience information such as geological, remote sensing, hydtogeological, geophysical and geochemical informations are comprehensively processed The technique consists of the information input, registration, interpolation, and the enhancement, decomposition, abstraction, classification, overlay and combination process procedures. This technique has been tested on Shengyuan Basin. The Geological environment of the basin was studied by image enhancement and overlay technique. It is suggested that the basin was a volcanic centre of central eruption during the late jurassic and was superimposed by polygonal block-faulting during Cretaceous, forming a ring-block model of ore-field structure. The U, Th, K distribution pattern and its geological. significance have been analyzed using the decomposition and overlay technique of image information. It has been pointed out that the above pattern .is. controlled by the stratigraphic-structural factors, esp cially the high-content field of uranium, besides the NE and EW trending faults, the SN trending. fault-system is of great: importance in controlling the distribution of uranium in the region. On the basis of compositing and abstracting the prospecting criteria the target areas have been preliminarily selected. An information classification was used for the general evaluation of uranium resources in Shengyuan Basin With the help of the information procesing technique on computer some new insights about basic geological problem in this previously well-studied region have been obtained. Six promising areas have been selected and tested. Based on the research work mentioned above, a comprehensive technique system of multiple geological information image integration for uranium resource evaluation has been preliminarily established.
刘德长, 邹景轲, 孙茂荣, 王国娟. 多源地学信息数字图像综合技术及在盛源盆地的应用研究[J]. 国土资源遥感, 1989, 1(2): 29-37，57.
Liu Dechang, Zou Jingke, Sun Maorong, Wang Guojuan . DIGITAL IMAGE INTEGRATION TECHNIQUE OF MULTIPLE GEOSCIENCE INFORMATION SYSTEM & ITS APPLICATION ON SHENGYUAN BASIN. REMOTE SENSING FOR LAND & RESOURCES, 1989, 1(2): 29-37，57.