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Manual of Remote Sensing, Volume 3 Remote Sensing for the Earth Sciences

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Edited By: Andrew N Rencz
Manual of Remote Sensing, Volume 3
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  • Manual of Remote Sensing, Volume 3 ISBN: 9780471294054 Edition: 3 Hardback Mar 1999 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Presents both the theory and practical applications of remote sensing satellite data to geological problems, whilst also describing the devices used to obtain the data.


SPECTRAL CHARACTERISTICS; Spectroscopy of Rocks and Minerals and Principles of Spectroscopy - R. Clark; Multispectral Thermal Infrared Data in Geological Studies - S. Hook, et al.; Soil Reflectance - E. Ben-Dor, et al.; Geobotany: Vegetation Mapping in Earth Science - S. Ustin, et al.; ANALYSIS; Spectral Analysis for Earth Science Investigation - J. Mustard & J. Sunshine; Integration and Visualization of Geoscience Data - J. Harris, et al.; APPLICATIONS; Stratigraphy - H. Lang; Strategies for Mineral Exploration - C. Sabine; Hydrocarbon Exploration - J. Berry & G. Prost; Planetary Geology - J. Bell, et al.; SENSORS/CASE STUDIES; Visible and Infrared: Sensors and Case Studies - F. Kruse; Radar: Sensors and Case Studies - J. Plaut, et al.; Geophysical Methods - J. Broome; Index.

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ANDREW N. RENCZ, PhD, is a research scientist at the Geological Survey of Canada and an adjunct professor at Carleton University, where he has taught remote sensing for over ten years. He is a project leader on several Canadian and international geoscience studies in remote sensing, and he has produced over 100 publications related to the earth sciences.

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...a significant and stimulating new book. (The Photogrammetric Record, October 2000)

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