By: Marcus Borengasser, William Hungate and Russell Watkins
119 pages, illus
Presenting a tutorial on the fundamentals of hyperspectral remote sensing, this book provides a highly readable discussion of its applications to agriculture, environmental monitoring, petroleum geology and other areas. The authors explain the underlying principles that lead to the creation of a remote sensing image, giving readers an understanding of what may or may not work and why. They apply this knowledge to the analysis of approaches and their suitability to specific situations. The information is at a level that can be understood by those who have dealt with land management issues such as mapping tree species, identifying invasive plants, and geologic mapping.
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