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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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Stock #106.1

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 # 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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Stock #4562S

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 # 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 #4584

Hyperspectral Remote Sensing for Forestry provides a clear and concise description of the role of hyperspectral remote sensing for the extraction of biophysical / biochemical information about forests. This monograph covers the fundamental principles related to the importance of high spectral resolution data for the identification of spectral features related to plant biochemistry and physiology. Various methods of hyperspectral data analysis are... Details

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Stock # 4587

The ASPRS Airborne Topographic Lidar Manual coves all the relevant topics relating to the science behind lidar systems, mission planning, data collection and management, quality control/quality assurance, and product development. Selected topics are discussed in-depth for the Global Navigation Satellite System, Full Waveform Lidar, Digital Terrain Modeling using GIS, Rotary-Wing and Fixed-Wing Installations, Calibration, Flood Prone Area Mapping,... Details
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Stock # 4588

This publication is one in the AGI Environmental Awareness Series and is intended for K-12 science teachers who can use it as a classroom text, as well as for local and Federal government staffers and others who may not be as familiar with the concept of Remote Sensing and how it is used to meet environmental challenges every day. The publication covers what remote sensing is, then gives numerous case studies of how it is used for assessing weather... Details
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Stock #4640

This textbook is designed to provide some of the basics required not only to operate currently available GIS technology to solve everyday geographical problems, but also to encourage spatial thinking in the broader context. It serves as an introduction to GIS as well as a book for instructors and users to supplement any course lecture material with hands-on practical exercises using some form of GIS. The book reflects the current growth... Details

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Stock #4641

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is the organized activity by which people:

  • measure aspects of geographic phenomena and processes;
  • represent these measurements, usually in the form of a computer database, to emphasize spatial themes, entities, and relationships;
  • operate upon these representations to produce more measurements, and to discover new relationships by integraing disparate sources;... Details
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Stock #4644

Packed with basic theory and real-world applications, Integrated Geospatial Technologies uses a unique, integrative framework to present a balanced approach to such geotechnologies as GIS, GPS, digital photogrammetry, and visualization. The practical mix of theory and nuts-and-bolts information in this book will jump-start professionals into taking full advantage of the rich and affordable data-collecting opportunities now available since the... Details

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Stock #4648

This book provides a practical, theory-driven overview of GIS that is supported with clear coverage of basic techniques. This treatment enables readers to understand the broad aspects of GIS without focusing on a specific software or discipline, such as engineering or geography. New features of this Third Edition include: up-to-date information on standardization efforts aimed at facilitating the exchange of ideas and data; technical... Details

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Stock #4650

The Manual of Geographic Information Systems is the latest addition to the rich collection of ASPRS manuals. Until now; however, there has never been a manual devoted to geographic information systems (GIS). This volume is designed to be a comprehensive resource on GIS for students, researchers and practitioners who are interested in asking spatial questions, assessing landscapes, building geodatabases and envisioning a world of integrated... Details

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Stock #4737


Since the publication of the first edition in the 1940s, the Manual of Photogrammetry has served as the comprehensive reference for those working in the field of photogrammetry and for those in other fields who need to use or understand photogrammetric applications. Recent years have seen fundamental changes in photogrammetric theory and practice, due both to technological changes such as the the widespread adoption of digital imagery, and also... Details
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Stock #5021

Everything you need to know about the mapping science from A to Z. The Glossary contains more than 11,000 definitions that encompass every aspect of the mapping sciences. Definitions are included in the areas of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing, Cartography, Mapping, Land Surveying, Construction Surveying, Engineering Surveying, Geodesy, Hydrography, LIS/GIS/LIM, Surveying Law, and Metrology.

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Key Ring

Small metal key ring (1" wide x 1.75" tall) with ASPRS logo etched on one side and 75th anniversary logo etched on the other side.

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Poster

Poster with flyover photo pells out ASPRS 75. (3' wide x 1" tall)

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50% of the proceeds of this item goes toward support the ASPRS Student Assistantship Program

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Long sleeve cotton shirt with ASPRS logo stitched on the left breast.

Women's sizes available in limited quantities while supplies last.

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Polo Shirt

Royal blue cotton kit polo shirt, short sleeves, with ASPRS 75th Anniversary logo stitched on the left breast.

Women's Sizes: S, M

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