|Remote Sensing of the Environment and Earth Resource Perspective
||John R. R. Jensen
||This book introduces the principles of remote sensing from an Earth resource perspective.
|An Introductory Digital Image Processing: A Remote Sensing Perspective
||John R. Jensen
||Explains how to apply digital image processing techniques to remotely sensed imagery, and how to obtain useful results and information during this process.
|Computer Processing of Remotely Sensed Images: An Introduction
||Paul M. Mather,Paul Mather
||Remotely sensed images provide a valuable source of information concerning the nature and variability of the land and sea surfaces of the world.
|Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems in Epidemiology
||Simon I. Hay (Editor),Sarah E. Randolph (Editor),Preface by J. R. Baker
||With ever more sophisticated control methods being developed for infectious diseases, our ability to map spatial and temporal variation in risk is more important than ever.
|Laser Remote Sensing of the Ocean : Methods and Applications
||Konstantin I. Voliak,Alexey F. Bunkin
||Recent advances in lasers and measuring devices, as well as new capabilities in automated data acquisition, have made possible the design and practical implementation of self-sufficient lidar systems.
|Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation
||Thomas M. Lillesand,Ralph W. Kiefer
||Extensively illustrated, this updated edition provides a balance between classical visual image interpretation and digital image processing techniques.
|GIS: A Visual Approach
||Bruce Ellsworth Davis,Bruce Davis
||This fully updated edition of Geographic Information Systems: A Visual Approach offers a comprehensive introduction to the application of GIS concepts.