By Siamak Khorram, Stacy A.C. Nelson, Frank H. Koch, Cynthia F. van der Wiele (auth.)
Remote Sensing presents info on how distant sensing pertains to the common assets stock, administration, and tracking, in addition to environmental issues. It explains the position of this new know-how in present international demanding situations. "Remote Sensing" will speak about remotely sensed info software payloads and systems, besides the methodologies concerning photo processing strategies as utilized to remotely sensed info. This identify offers info on photograph category recommendations and photograph registration, information integration, and information fusion strategies. How this know-how applies to ordinary assets and environmental issues can also be discussed.
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2005). This feature makes LiDAR systems useful for applications such as the characterization of forest canopy structure (Fig. 5b) (Reutebuch et al. 2005; Lim et al. 2003). However, LiDAR systems are sensitive to weather and other conditions that interfere with the laser pulses. 26 2 Data Acquisition Fig. 5 a Conceptual rendering of multiple returns from a single laser pulse from an airborne LiDAR system. b Forest canopy surface recorded by LiDAR; colors indicate elevation contours. Image credit: Mississippi State University, College of Forest Resources, Measurements & Spatial Technologies Laboratory Fig.
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As noted earlier, one of the main applications of the MERIS sensor has been for analyzing ocean color 32 2 Data Acquisition Fig. 10 RADARSAT image recorded near Point Reyes, California. Image courtesy of NASA Fig. 11 MERIS image, captured in August 2003, of the coastline of Bangladesh. Image courtesy of the European Space Agency changes as an indicator of water quality (Cui et al. 2010). For example, Fig. 11 is a MERIS image of the coastline of Bangladesh, showing extensive sediments flowing into the Bay of Bengal.
Remote Sensing by Siamak Khorram, Stacy A.C. Nelson, Frank H. Koch, Cynthia F. van der Wiele (auth.)