Meeting Environmental Challenges with Remote Sensing Imagery
Rebecca L. Dodge and Russell G. Congalton
Recognizing environmental change is critical to social and economic development. Over the last 50 years, advances in remote sensing imagery have increased our ability to identify and track these changes over time. From resource development and environmental restoration, to coping with weather and geologic hazards, Meeting Environmental Challenges with Remote Sensing Imagery identifies case studies where this cutting-edge technology is helping society deal with a multitude of hazards in a changing world.
Meeting Environmental Challenges with Remote Sensing Imagery is a collaborative effort that draws from a large pool of expertise. Publishing partners include AmericaView, a non-profit organization that supports the use and application of remote sensing imagery and other data in applied science and education; the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, a scientific association that works to advance knowledge and improve public understanding of mapping sciences; the USGS Land Remote Sensing Program; and the American Geosciences Institute.
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ISBN 978-0-922152-94-0. full-color paperback, 8.50"x11.00" 82 pp. item #637601
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