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Stock #1041

This is the story of the Allied men and women who, using aerial photography, built scale models of many battlefields and strategic targets during WWII. The models were used to plan bombing raids and attacks on cities and fortifications. One of the largest and most detailed models was used in planning the Normandy Invasion. This book is illustrated with photographs of the models and their makers.

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The exciting behind-the-scenes story of the role of photo-intelligence in winning WWII. The eye of the aerial camera was crucial to military operations, as a new strategic and tactical photographic reconnaissance began at Allied bases all over the world. Discloses details involved in taking aerial photographs without being seen or heard below. Contains sections of photos used to locate launch sites for V-1 Buzz Bomb, V-2 Rockets,... Details

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Stock #1066

This book provides a sound reference from which the reader will be able to understand current digital imaging technology, terms, and relationships, and follow future developments. Science and technology are introduced in an interesting way, and a number of applications illustrate the tremendous potential of this rapidly growing technology. The book will prove valuable to all companies, lecturers and students involved in imaging, ... Details

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What’s a DEM? What’s a TIN? What’s the difference between a DEM, DTM and DSM? What are mass points and breaklines? How can I use DEMs to solve my problems? What datum should I use? How can I get DEMs, and what’s already available? What are the capabilities and limitations of these technologies for producing DEMs? What technology is best for me? How do I check the quality of a DEM? How do I know what to ask for? How do I specify my requirements to... Details

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Stock # 1069

What’s a DEM? What’s a TIN? What’s the difference between a DEM, DTM and DSM? What are mass points and breaklines? How can I use DEMs to solve my problems? What DEMs are available in the public domain? How are DEMs produced from photogrammetry? IFSAR? Lidar? Sonar? What’s the difference between topographic and terrestrial lidar and between topographic and bathymetric lidar? What are... Details

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Stock #4515

One volume in two parts: Proceedings of the First American Bar Association Workshop, "Satellites and Remote Sensing: New Issues for the Natural Resource Lawyer;" and Proceedings of the Second American Bar Association Workshop—"Current Developments in Remote Sensing Law and Practice."

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  • Remote sensing for environmental enforcement
  • Legal implications of aerial... Details
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Stock #4521

Proceedings of a Symposium on Foreign Policy and Remote Sensing, held February 1989, at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce, University of Kentucky.

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  • Legal and national security implications of using space imagery
  • Congress and its role
  • Human factor constraints on using space imagery
  • The broadcasting and... Details
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Stock #4536

This proceedings brings together more than 30 papers written on the latest information on spatial accuracy of natural resource data bases. Topics include—Importance of accuracy; Accuracy of basic data; Example applications; Remote sensing; Terrain DEMs; and, Dealing with accuracy.

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330 pp. Softcover. 1996. ISBN 1-57083-036-3 Problem-solving by fed., state, and private scientists to tackle issues of land cover mapping, vertebrate habitat characterization, assessment, and biodiversity conservation at state, reg., and nat. levels
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Stock #4546

Earth Science Applications for Remote Sensing is the third volume of the Manual of Remote Sensing, 3rd edition. It is a comprehensive, up-to-date resource for geologists, geophysicists, and all Earth scientists.

  • The book is organized for quick access to topics of particular interest, beginning with coverage of spectral characteristics that focus on the theory of rock, mineral, soil, and vegetation spectra, as... Details
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Stock # 4554

This monograph describes the issues affecting accuracy assessment that are particular to change detection, then develops the factors of a remote sensing processing system that affect accuracy assessment. Change detection is typically presented in the form of a matrix, indexed by before and after classification. This monograph presents a sampling design to estimate the elements of an error matrix efficiently, with particular attention to field... Details

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Stock # 4559

This book brings together some of the most recent developments in the remote sensing and GIS fields, with a particular emphasis on mathematical techniques and their application. The range of techniques covered includes fuzzy classification, artificial neural networks, geostatistical techniques, texture classification, fractals, per-parcel classification, raster and vector data integration, and process modelling. The range of applications includes... Details

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Stock # 4560

Ideal for a university level, one-semester Introductory Remote Sensing course as well as an Introductory Airphoto Interpretation course. This book introduces the fundamental principles of remote sensing from an earth resource perspective. It reviews the nature of electromagnetic radiation and how the reflected or emitted energy in the visible, near-infrared, middle-infrared, thermal infrared, and microwave portions of the spectrum can be ... Details

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Stock #4562

The successful launch of Space Imaging’s high-resolution IKONOS commercial observation satellite in September 1999 signaled the beginning of a new era in Earth observation. In the post-Cold War era, international and public access to satellite imagery and related geospatial information products is rapidly expanding. A new generation of high-resolution commercial and civilian imaging satellites is at the leading edge of growing global ... Details

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The successful launch of Space Imaging’s high-resolution IKONOS commercial observation satellite in September 1999 signaled the beginning of a new era in Earth observation. In the post-Cold War era, international and public access to satellite imagery and related geospatial information products is rapidly expanding. A new generation of high-resolution commercial and civilian imaging satellites is at the leading edge of growing... Details

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Stock #4567

In this book readers will find the recollections of individuals whose collective, professional contributions represent the foundation for the discipline of national reconnaissance.  On 18 ­August 2000 the Director of the National Reconnaissance Office (DNRO), Keith R. Hall, selected 46 pioneers who had made significant and lasting contributions ... Details

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by Harmon & Anderson John Wiley & Sons Publisher ISBN 0-471-20489-7 Hard cover 648 pp. 2003
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Stock #4570

Practical methods for the optimal analysis of multispectral and hyperspectral image data. The field of remote sensing is a cross-disciplinary one, involving professionals ranging from signal processing engineers to earth science researchers to private and public sector practitioners, in nearly every region of the globe. The Signal Theory Approach offers powerful methods for analyzing the... Details

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Stock #4571

Volume 4 addresses the use of remote sensing technology in natural resource management and environmental monitoring. Comprehensive, authoritative, and up-to-date, it covers terrestrial ecosystems, aquatic ecosystems, and agriculture ecosystems, as well as future directions in technology and research.

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1. Soils... Details

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Stock # 4573

 

For junior/graduate-level courses in Remote Sensing in Geography, Geology, Forestry, and Biology.

This revision of Introductory Digital Image Processing: A Remote Sensing Perspective continues to focus on digital image processing of aircraft- and satellite-derived, remotely sensed data for... Details

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Stock # 4576

Volume 5 addresses human settlement as an ecosystem where humans and the natural environment are interacting, from the smallest village to the complex metropolis.  Comprehensive, authoritative, and up-to-date, it covers the history of remote mapping of settlements, remote sensing theories and methods, applying remotely sensed data through various techniques, and a look at emerging trends and future challenges.  Intended for use by researchers,... Details

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Stock # 4578

This book is a comprehensive, up-to-date resource for oceanographers and marine scientists interested in applications of satellite imagery and other remote sensing techniques to studying and monitoring ocean and coastal waters.  The volume is organized for quick access to topics of particular interest, with chapters on ocean productivity, circulation, pollution, wind, planetary waves, sea ice and coastal processes.  The first... Details

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Stock #4580

From recent developments in digital image processing to the next generation of satellite systems, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to the field of remote sensing and image interpretation. This book is discipline neutral, so readers in any field of study can gain a clear understanding of these systems and their virtually unlimited applications.

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Stock # 4582

This volume of the Manual of Remote Sensing series, Volume 1.1: Earth Observing Platforms Sensors, updates the previous CD-ROM database of sensors and platforms with an interactive online database and adds chapters of context for major families of sensors and platforms. The intent of this volume is to enable all who have an interest in remote sensing -- from student to researcher to practitioner -- to see what... Details
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Stock #4583

A systematic, in-depth introduction to theories and principles of Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) technology is long overdue, as it is the most important geospatial data acquisition technology to be introduced in recent years. An advanced discussion, this text fills the void.

Cutting-Edge Breakthroughs in LiDAR Data Extraction and Processing
Professionals in fields ranging from geology, geography and geoinformatics... Details