By: Dale A Quattrochi and Jeffery C Luvall
368 pages, Col photos, b/w illus
Although remote sensing is recognised as a powerful tool in the collection, analysis and modelling of environmental data, less attention has been given to the use of thermal, and especially thermal infrared, remote sensing. This is especially useful for understanding the fluxes and redistribution of materials as a key aspect of land surface processes and land atmospheric interrelationships. This book presents contributions that elucidate the utility of thermal infrared remote sensing data from researchers in a range of fields.
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