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Introductory Remote Sensing: Digital Image Processing and Applications

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By: Paul Gibson and Clare Power
249 pages, Col plates, b/w plates, illus, figs, tabs, maps
Publisher: Routledge
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Interactive textbook/CD-ROM package, offering students step-by-step, practical hands-on experience of digital image processing, whilst also explaining how to process digital images to maximise information output and discusses a range of environmental monitoring techniques. Also presents a practical manual of image processing instruction and detailed practical exercises to support the CD-ROM.

Contents

Preface Acknowledgement Introduction 1. A framework for cultural tourism studies 2. Reconceptualising cultural tourism 3. The impacts of cultural tourism 4. European cultural tourism: integration and identity 5. Cultural tourism, interpretation and representation 6. The globalisation of heritage tourism 7. Indigenous cultural tourism 8. The arts, festivals and cultural tourism 9. Cultural tourism and urban regeneration Conclusion Bibliography Index

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Textbook
By: Paul Gibson and Clare Power
249 pages, Col plates, b/w plates, illus, figs, tabs, maps
Publisher: Routledge
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