Advances in Geoscience and Remote Sensing ed. by Gary Jedlovec



Advances in Geoscience and Remote Sensing ed. by Gary Jedlovec
InTeOpP | 2009 | ISBN: 9533070056 9789533070056 | 752 pages | PDF | 100 MB

This volume is a collection of contributions from world-class scientists, engineers and educators engaged in the fields of geoscience and remote sensing.
Remote sensing is the acquisition of information of an object or phenomenon, by the use of either recording or real-time sensing device(s), that is not in physical or intimate contact with the object (such as by way of aircraft, spacecraft, satellite, buoy, or ship).
Contents
Preface
1 Enhancing the Unmixing Algorithm through the Spatial Data Modeling for Limnological Studies
2 Application of remote sensing to the estimation of sea ice thickness distribution
3 Correction of NDVI calculated from ASTER LIB and ASTER (AST07) data based on ground measurement
4 Environmental hazards in the El-Temsah Lake, Suez Canal district, Egypt
5 Air Pollution Determination Using Remote Sensing Technique
6 Some Features of The Volume Component of Radar Backscatter From Thick and Dry Snow Cover
7 Theoretical Modeling for Polarimetric Scattering and Information Retrieval of SAR Remote Sensing
8 Polarimetric responses and scattering mechanisms of tropical forests in the Brazilian Amazon
9 Discovery of user-generated geographic data using web search engines
10 Estimation of soil properties using observations and the crop model STICS. Interest of global sensitivity analysis and impact on the prediction of agro-environmental variables
11 Modeling of wake-vortex detection by a ground-based fiber LIDAR system
12 Earthquake damage mapping techniques using SAR and Optical remote sensing satellite data
13 Spectroscopic Microwave Dielectric Model of Moist Soils
14 Automated Detection of Clouds in Satellite Imagery
15 Remote sensing and the disaster management cycle
16 Prediction of Volumetric Shrinkage in Expansive Soils (Role of Remote Sensing)
17 Monitoring Soil Moisture from Spaceborne Passive Microwave Radiometers: Algorithm Developments and Applications to AMSR-E and SSM/I
18 Multiwavelength Polarimetric Lidar for Foliage Obscured Man-Made Target Detection
19 Unmixing Based Landsat ETM+ and ASTER Image Fusion for Hybrid Multispectral Image Analysis
20 InSAR phase analysis: Phase unwrapping for noisy SAR interferograms
21 Soil moisture estimation using L-band radiometry
22 AggieAir: Towards Low-cost Cooperative Multispectral Remote Sensing Using Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems
23 Possibilistic and fuzzy multi-sensor fusion for humanitarian mine action
24 Non specular reflection and depolarisation due to walls under oblique incidence
25 Dynamical Enhancement Technique for Geophysical Analysis of Remote Sensing Imagery
26 Forest Inventory using Optical and Radar Remote Sensing
27 Application of Multi-Frequency Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) in Crop Classification
28 Multispectal Image Classification Using Rough Set Theory and Particle Swam Optimization
29 Derivative analysis of hyperspectral oceanographic data
30 Electromagnetic Scattering Analysis of Simple Targets Embedded in Planar Multilayer Structures: Remote Sensing Applications
31 On Performance of S-band FMCW Radar for Atmospheric Measurements
32 Use of Lidar Data in Floodplain Risk Management Planning: The Experience of Tabasco 2007 Flood
33 Improving Wetland Characterization with Multi-Sensor. Multi-Temporal SAR and Optical/Infrared Data Fusion
34 Remote Sensing Rock Mechanics and Earthquake Thermal Infrared Anomalies
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