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  a number one textual content for undergraduate- and graduate-level classes, this e-book introduces established sorts of distant sensing imagery and their functions in plant sciences, hydrology, earth sciences, and land use research. The textual content presents entire assurance of vital themes and serves as a framework for organizing the big quantity of distant sensing info to be had on the internet. together with case reports and assessment questions, the book's 4 sections and 21 chapters are rigorously designed as self sufficient devices that teachers can choose between as wanted for his or her classes. Illustrations contain 29 colour plates and over four hundred black-and-white figures.   New to This variation *Reflects major technological and methodological advances. *Chapter on aerial images now emphasizes electronic instead of analog structures. *Updated discussions of accuracy overview, multitemporal swap detection, and electronic preprocessing. *Links to steered on-line movies and tutorials.   (20110124)

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Lintz and Simonett, 1976, p. , in the fields of agriculture, archaeology, forestry, geography, geology, and others. (American Society of Photogrammetry) Remote sensing is the observation of a target by a device separated from it by some distance. (Barrett and Curtis, 1976, p. ” (Colwell, 1966, p. 71) Remote sensing, though not precisely defined, includes all methods of obtaining pictures or other forms of electromagnetic records of the Earth’s surface from a distance, and the treatment and processing of the picture data.

Such capabilities had existed on an ad hoc basis since the 1980s, primarily based on the synoptic scope of meteorological satellites. By December 1999, NASA had launched Terra-1, the first satellite of a system specifically designed to acquire global coverage to monitor changes in the nature and extent of Earth’s ecosystems. The deployment of these systems marks the beginning of an era of broad-scale remote sensing of the Earth, which has provided some of the scientific foundations for documenting spatial patterns of environmental changes during recent decades.

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