Series: Coastal Research Library Volume: 13
305 pages, 146 colour & 60 b/w illustrations, 140 colour tables
This university-level reference work covers a range of remote sensing techniques that are useful for mapping and visualizing benthic environments on continental shelves. Chapters focus on overviews of the history and future of seafloor mapping techniques, cartographical visualisation and communication of seafloor mapping, and practical applications of new technologies. Seabed mapping is referenced by high-resolution seismic methods, sidescan sonar, multibeam bathymetry, satellite imagery, LiDAR, acoustic backscatter techniques, and soundscape ecology monitoring, use of autonomous underwater vehicles, among other methods. The wide breadth of subjects in Seafloor Mapping Along Continental Shelves provides diversified coverage of seafloor imaging. This collection of modern seafloor mapping techniques summarizes the state of the art methods for mapping continental shelves.
- History of Modern Seafloor Mapping
- Emerging Mapping Techniques for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs)
- Remote Sensing Technologies for the Assessment of Marine and Coastal Ecosystems
- A Review of Remote Sensing Techniques for the Visualization of Mangroves, Reefs, Fishing Grounds, and Molluscan Settling Areas in Tropical Waters
- Remote Sensing of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation
- Combining Cetacean Soundscape Ecology and Niche Modeling to Contribute in the Mapping of the Brazilian Continental Shelf
- Global Overview of Continental Shelf Geomorphology Based on the SRTM30_Plus 30-Arc Second Database
- Seismic Profiling of the Seabottoms for Shallow Geological and Geotechnical Investigations
- Using Multibeam and Sidescan Sonar to Monitor Aggregate Dredging
- Landscape-level Imaging of Benthic Environments in Optically-Deep Waters
- Terrestrial Laser Scanner Techniques for Enhancement in Understanding of Coastal Environments
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