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Remote sensing of atmospheres and oceans

by Interactive Workshop on Interpretation of Remotely Sensed Data (1979 Williamsburg, Va.)

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Published by Academic Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atmosphere -- Remote sensing -- Congresses.,
  • Oceanography -- Remote sensing -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Adarsh Deepak.
    ContributionsDeepak, Adarsh.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC871 .R45
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 641 p. :
    Number of Pages641
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4104262M
    ISBN 100122084608
    LC Control Number80018881

      Chapters 3 through 7 cover the use of remote sensing in solid surface studies, including oceans. Each chapter covers one major part of the electromagnetic spectrum (e.g., visible/near infrared, thermal infrared, passive microwave, and active microwave). Chapters 8 through 12 then cover remote sensing in the study of atmospheres and : $ This book is an introductory graduate-level text on atmospheric remote sensing. The basic interaction between radiation and the atmosphere is examined, and illustrated with actual sensing examples. The focus is on understanding the interactions rather 3/5.

    The science and engineering of remote sensing--theory and applications The Second Edition of this authoritative book offers readers the essential science and engineering foundation needed to understand remote sensing and apply it in real-world situations. Thoroughly updated to reflect the tremendous technological leaps made since the publication of the first edition, this book . The book opens with an introduction to the history of remote sensing, starting from when the phrase was first coined. It goes on to discuss the basic concepts of the various systems, including atmospheric and ocean, then closes with a detailed section on land applications.

    Remote Sensing of Atmospheres and Oceans Meeting: Tuesday, Thursday; pm; Benson Instructor: Prof. Darin Toohey x; Stadium (Gate 7); [email protected] The objective of this course is to apply principles of radiative transfer to remote sensing of the lower atmosphere and the upper ocean. The course emphasizes physical understanding of the basic principles and addresses a breadth of applications in both passive and active remote sensing of the atmosphere and oceans.


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Remote sensing of atmospheres and oceans by Interactive Workshop on Interpretation of Remotely Sensed Data (1979 Williamsburg, Va.) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Remote Sensing of Atmospheres and Oceans presents the technical proceedings of a workshop on the interpretation of remotely sensed data, held in Williamsburg, Virginia in May The main topic of the workshop is the interpretation and assessment of measurements acquired in remote sounding of different atmospheric and ocean parameters.

Remote Sensing of Atmospheres and Oceans presents the technical proceedings of a workshop on the interpretation of remotely sensed data, held in Williamsburg, Virginia in May The main topic of the workshop is the interpretation and assessment of measurements acquired in remote sounding of different atmospheric and ocean Edition: 1.

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