Manual of Remote Sensing: Theory, instruments, and techniques

Manual of Remote Sensing: Theory, instruments, and techniques

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History of Remote Sensing, Electromagnetic Radiation, Interaction Mechanisms, Interaction Mechanisms Within the Atmosphere, Photographic Systems for Remote Sensing, Electro-optical Remote Sensors, Imaging and Nonimaging Sensors, Microwave Remote Sensors, Platforms for Remote Sensors, Communications for Imaging Systems, Remote Sensor Data Systems, Ground Investigation in Support of Remote Sensing, Image Interpretation, Cartographic Presentation of Remote Sensor Data, Assessment an Evaluation of Terrain and Minerals, Inventory and Assessment of Forest Lands, Inventory an Monitoring of Range Resources, Water Resources Assessment, Marine Environment, Measurement and Analysis of Weather and Climate, Crops and Soils, Inventory and Analysis of Urban Environments, Regional Inventories, Corridor Surveys, Site Investigations, Regional Analysis, Remote Sensing and Archaeology, Remote Sensing and Population Analysis.Effect of Solar Zenith Angle The radiance at the top of the atmosphere is weakest near the antisolar point, which is indicated on Figure 5-15. It is significant that for remote sensing the unwanted airlight is relatively weak near the nadir.

Title:Manual of Remote Sensing: Theory, instruments, and techniques
Author:Robert Grier Lefevre Reeves
Publisher: - 1975


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