318 pages, no illustrations
This new edition of Introduction to Remote Sensing provides a full and authoritative introduction for scientists who need to know the scope, potential, and limitations of remote sensing. Suitable for students and professionals with some background in the physical sciences, this book comprehensively surveys the basic principles behind remote sensing physics, techniques, and technology. It features updated and expanded material, including greater coverage of applications from across earth, environmental, atmospheric, and oceanographic sciences. Illustrated with remotely sensed color images from satellites and aircraft, it also outlines data acquisition, interpretation, and analysis.
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