This book has established itself as essential reading for earth science, environmental science and physical geography students studying the geological applications of remote sensing and image interpretation.
Since the first edition was published in 1987, Image Interpretation in Geology has established itself as essential reading for earth science, environmental science and physical geography students studying the geological applications of remote sensing and image interpretation.
The book describes the fundamentals of remote data capture and image processing, their practical limitations, and new technqiues such as digital radar imaging and hyperspectral data analysis. Geological applications such as mapping, mineral exploration, and geohazards are illustrated by numerous black-and-white photographs and a colour plate section. A list of URLs encourages exploration of some of the excellent remote image resources on the internet.
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Part 1: Electromagnetic Radiation and Materials Part 2: Human Vision Part 3: How Data Are Collected Part 4: Photogeology Part 5: Digital Image Processing Part 6: Thermal Images Part 7: Radar Remote Sensing Part 8: Non-image Data and Geographical Information Systems Part 9: Geological Applications of Image Data
Image Interpretation in Geology by S. A. Drury
S. A. Drury
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