Remote sensing and image interpretation
Wiley & Sons, Jan 27, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 750 pages
Extensively illustrated, this updated edition provides a balance between classical visual image interpretation and digital image processing techniques. Features an effective look at the relationship between remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS). Covers such topics as image classification, accuracy assessment, NASA's Earth Observing System (EOS), hyperspectral scanners and new sensing systems including Landsat Enhanced Thematic Mapper, future SPOT, Almaz, ERS and Radar Sat. Also deals with the principles of acquiring and interpreting data collected by nonphotographic sensors.
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CONCEPTS AND FOUNDATIONS
ELEMENTS OF PHOTOGRAPHIC
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across-track aerial photographs aircraft airphoto interpretation alluvial fans altitude analysis antenna applications areas atmospheric blue camera characteristics classification component Courtesy cover mapping cover types coverage crop detectors digital image digital image processing display distance drainage drumlins earth energy Engineering and Remote eskers example exposure filter flight line flying height forest geometric green ground resolution cell IFOV illustrates image data imagery land cover Landsat MSS layer lens light Lillesand loess mapping measured microwave multispectral NASA objects operations orbit orthophoto panchromatic parallax pattern Photogrammetric Engineering pixel radar radiant exitance radiation radiometric range reflectance relief displacement Remote Sensing result rocks satellite scale scan scanner scene Seasat sensor shown in Figure signal SLAR slope soil spectral bands spectral classes stereopair stereoplotter stereoscopic surface temperature terrain Thematic Mapper thermal tone trees typically values vegetation vertical wavelength wetland