Remote Sensing with Special Reference to Agriculture and Forestry
National Academies, Jan 1, 1970 - Agriculture - 424 pages
USES, potentialites, and needs in agriculture and forestry. Imaging with photographic sensors. Imagin with nonphotographi sensors. Applications of remote sensing in agriculture and forestry. Physical and physiological properties. Soil, water, and plant relations. Field spectroscopy. Sampling and statistical problems. Research needs: the influence of discrimination, data processing, and system desing.
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