2 edition of Remote sensing terminology. found in the catalog.
Remote sensing terminology.
Paul J. Curran
Written in English
Offprint from: Internat. J. Remote Sensing, V.4 (1983), p.835-836.
A frequently raised question in remote sensing community is that whether remote sensing is science, or technology, or art. Many of the literature preferred to define remote sensing as “science and art of obtaining and interpreting information about an object, area, or phenomenon through the analysis” (e.g., Jensen ; Bhatta ).
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NOTE-BOOK Remote Sensing Terminology William M. Vaughan, Chair Moving and Remote Monitoring Technical Committee (EM-6) This remote sensing terminology glossary was prepared by members of Technical Committee EM-6, Moving and Re-mote Monitoring, of the Air & Waste Management Associa-tion.
The members of EM-6 are aware that some of the terms. Remote Sensing Glossary. Reference Information for Virtual Nebraska Terms, Definitions and Concepts A absolute humidity.
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Remote-sensing technologies come in two flavors: Passive remote sensing relies on naturally reflected or emitted energy of the imaged surface (think of taking a photograph with a camera under sunlit conditions). Most remote sensing instruments fall into this category, obtaining pictures of visible, near-infrared and thermal infrared : Dr.
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Photographs taken remotely allow biogeographers, ecologists, agriculturalists, and Author: Amanda Briney. The main goal of this chapter is to introduce the basic physical principles used in remote sensing to monitor inland water quality and to introduce the terminology used in the rest of the book.
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The text focuses on the interpretation and analysis of remote. This widely adopted book introduces the fundamentals of remote sensing from an earth resource (versus engineering) perspective. Emphasis is on turning remote sensing data into useful spatial biophysical or socio-economic information that can be used to make : On-line Supplement.
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Remote sensing is the common name for all methods used to collect data at a distance from the object under study by some kind of recording device. The use of remote sensing techniques is increasing rapidly, finding new fields of application as technology advances in.
This article reviews various opportunities for using remote sensing data in mineral exploration and deciphers some of the terminology associated with this field.
Because of space limitations, the article is confined to applications using reflected light and does not discuss RADAR, thermal emission, or other remote sensing systems. Coastal waters are important ecological systems and vital assets for many nations.
Coastal waters are also complex, dynamic environments where a vast array of coupled biological, chemical, geological. The book first discusses terminology and principals behind remote sensing data and analyses (thus assumes no prior technical knowledge of satellite remote sensing systems and products) and then demonstrates how the combined application of remote sensing and ecological knowledge can help to address a wide array of current natural resource.
Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation, 7th Edition is designed to be primarily used in two ways: as a textbook in the introductory courses in remote sensing and image interpretation, and as a reference for the burgeoning number of practitioners who use geospatial information and analysis in their e of the wide range of academic and professional settings in which this book might be.
The principle of a remote sensing based method: measurement and analysis are performed on image data. In most situations, remote sensing based data acquisition is complemented by groundbased.
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Vaughan. This book provides basic principles and techniques of remote sensing, microwave remote sensing, remote sensing platforms and sensors and data analysis techniques.
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