This was the fourth postgraduate summer school on remote sensing to be held in Dundee. These summer schools were originated by, and continue to remain in, the programme of EARSel (European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories) Working Group 3 on Education and Training in Remote Sensing. The first of these summer schools was held in 1980 on qRemote Sensing in Meteorology, Oceanography and Hydrologyq. This was followed in 1982 by a more specialised summer school on qRemote Sensing Applications in Marine Science and Technologyq which built on the foundation laid in 1980 and then concentrated on the marine applications of remote sensing techniques. The present summer school was another follow-up of the original 1980 summer school but this time concentrating on the atmospheric rather than the marine applications of remote sensing techniques. The 1984 summer school had not specifically involved atmospheric and marine applications but had been involved with the use of remote sensing in the field of civil engineering. This year's summer school was extremely successful. First of all, this was due to our sponsors, for without their very significant material contributions there would have been no summer school. These sponsors included the Scientific Affairs Division of NATO, together with the European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories, the Council of Europe, the European Space Agency, the German Aerospace Establishment (DFVLR) and the Natural Environment Research Council.CODES AND SENSORS TO RECORD ATMOSPHERIC AND TERRESTRIAL INFORMATION ... cold regions of the at5 716 14.0 COJ 500 mb mosphere that can be achieved with 6 733 13.6 COVH20 750 rab the 4.3 urc band channels.
|Title||:||Remote Sensing Applications in Meteorology and Climatology|
|Author||:||Robin A. Vaughan|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1987-06-30|