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Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Application in Mineral Exploration hyperspectral remote sensing application
Hyperspectral Remote sensing Application in Mineral Exploration deals with the identification & mapping different hydrothermally altered/weathered minerals in Himalaya. This book provides information about the available hyperspectral technology and its use for identification and mapping of different hydrothermally altered minerals.This book also exhibits the comparison of different conventional geological methods of mineral identification with the spectroscopy.
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Hyperspectral Remote Sensing of Coral Reefs hyperspectral remote sensing application
Satellite based hyperspectral remote sensing of coral reefs can be used for ecomorphological zonation and species discrimination if sufficient in situ spectra of various coral species were available. However, correcting for atmospheric and water column interference is essential to isolate the relevant signal and to detect submerged reef features. The book presents a novel application of coupled radiative transfer correction of hyperspectral data for study sites of Agatti Island in Lakshadweep Sea and Boat and Flat Islands in the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago, India.
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Hyperspectral Remote Sensing of Pasture Quality hyperspectral remote sensing application
Analysis of data from imaging spectrometers to determine vegetation parameters is a new and emerging field of science. Hyperspectral remote sensing using field spectra, HyMap and Hyperion images are here used to study the feed quality of pastures. Both environmental and economical benefits can be achieved from predictive relationships between hyperspectral data and pasture quality parameters. The research described in this book provides assessments of different analysis methods, including advantages and limitations of different approaches as well as recommendations for future investigations. The work was carried out at three study sites in Victoria, Australia. Results show that there is a clear potential for hyperspectral remote sensing to provide important inputs to management decision system as pasture quality is the third crucial component needed after biomass and growth rate. The book gives both a thourough background to hyperspectral analysis of vegetation to date and a comprehensive introduction to hyperspectral remote sensing of pastures. It should therefore be very of great interest to both students and professionals in the fields of remote sensing and agronomy.
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Remote Sensing and GIS for Fisheries Management hyperspectral remote sensing application
Remote Sensing and geographic information system (GIS) play a very important role in fishery assessment and forecasting, pollution monitoring, research and management by providing synoptic oceanic measurements. The course manual entitled “Remote Sensing and GIS for Fisheries Management” provides information on various aspects of Remote Sensing and GIS and its application in fisheries resource management. Chapters covered in this publication are Introduction about Remote Sensing and GIS, Basic terms and concepts involved in Remote Sensing and GIS, History of remote sensing, Electromagnetic radiation, Atmospheric interaction, Target interaction, Sensor platforms, Sensor systems, Environmental satellites, Digital image processing, Geographic Information System, Application of remote sensing and GIS to fisheries and aquaculture planning and development, Conclusion and References.
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Remote Sensing Application in Forestry hyperspectral remote sensing application
The main purpose of this book is to present the detail remote sensing application in forestry with a special case study of Ranthambhore National Park, India. A short glance is presented on the fundamental of remote sensing, earth observation satellites and sensors, introduction to image interpretation & instruments, remote sensing application in natural resource management, agricultural, crop inventory, ecology, soil, hydrology, hydro-geomorphology, water resource management, petroleum, and disaster risk management. The comprehensive remote sensing application in forestry with spectral properties of vegetation, baseline data collection, forest cover mapping, land use land cover mapping, change detection techniques, afforestation & deforestation, habitat mapping & modelling, forest fire risk zonation, forest carbon management of Ranthambhore National Park are presented in the book. The concept on Microwave and LiDAR remote sensing for forestry are also described in brief. The book is useful for the instructors, research scholars and students of forestry, remote sensing, geographic information system, geography, and botany for the detail study in the field of forestry remote sensing.
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Vegetation discrimination and analysis hyperspectral remote sensing application
Vegetation discrimination and analysis using multi-spectral and hyper-spectral remote sensing imagery has gained a lot of widespread application in agricultural and vegetation applications. Such imagery has been successfully used in estimating vegetation characteristics like plant health, stress mapping, identifying disease and estimating crop yields resulting in millions of documented studies. Several characteristics of vegetation makes the use of remote sensing a desired method for vegetation description and analysis. In particular, vegetation reflectance in the red edge region has enhanced the use of hyper spectral remote sensing. Several methods for vegetation discrimination and analysis will be illustrated here among them utility of some common multispectral image classification algorithms. For hyperspectral image analysis, use of vegetation indices such as NDVI, MSAVI & MSR will be showcased. Additionally, advanced hyperspectral derivative analysis like the first derivative transformation, 4-point interpolation, Lagrangian interpolation, continuum removal, absorption depth analysis and linear pixel un-mixing methods will also be shown through different application cases.
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Hyperspectral Sensing Environmental Impacts of Acid Sulphate Soils hyperspectral remote sensing application
This research aimed to characterise, map and monitor acid sulphate soils and their environmental impacts efficiently using hyperspectral sensing. The main results and findings fell in six categories: the chemical and mineralogical changes, and related environmental impacts occurring during the controlled oxidation of sulphidic material under naturally simulated conditions; the surface mineralogical changes accompanying oxidation of sulphidic material as detected via reflectance spectra; the spectral characterization of acid sulphate soils; the relationship between soil pHs and spectral characteristics modelled by PLSR and its successful application to predict the distribution of soil pHs; the mapping of potential aluminum toxicity basing on the pH map and aluminosilicate mineral map; and finally, mapping the subsurface soil mineralogy and pH using Hylogger scanning hyperspectral data. These results demonstrated the successes in the application of multiple-sourced hyperspectral sensing technology in studying, identifying and mapping acid sulphate soils in coastal area.
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Application of remote sensing in vegetation: a case study hyperspectral remote sensing application
Application of Remote Sensing in Vegetation: A Practical Insight. Pioneer application of remote sensing in different regime of science clearly sketched a linear path to absorb desirable of any needful without any hurdle. However, the vulnerability of vegetation due to climate change is assuring to monitor change occurs in their wide ranges of temporal scale over large area through application of remote sensing. In this technological era, existing physical interaction in fenced width with updated satellite sensors is reflecting a good amount of wealth which can lucidly explain the existing vegetation status in that regime within a particular time while extraction of empirical vegetation indices from these sensor data surcharges the desirable results.
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Application Of Remote Sensing In Coastal Mapping hyperspectral remote sensing application
Remote sensing is important tool for mapping the different ecosystem of coastal area as it give synoptic views of an area retrieved through repetitive and multi-spectral remote sensing data, which can be useful for monitoring coastal areas. Coastal features are under threat from anthropogenic activities and climate change impact, so it necessary to monitor these ecosystem. The different mangrove and shoreline mapping technique using remote sensing has been discus for the better mapping of the coastal ecosystem.
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Qihao Weng Scale Issues in Remote Sensing hyperspectral remote sensing application
Provides up-to-date developments in the field of remote sensing by assessing scale issues in land surface, properties, patterns, and processes Scale is a fundamental and crucial issue in remote sensing studies and image analysis. GIS and remote sensing scientists use various scaling techniques depending on the types of remotely sensed images and geospatial data used. Scaling techniques affect image analysis such as object identification and change detection. This book offers up-to-date developments, methods, and techniques in the field of GIS and remote sensing and features articles from internationally renowned authorities on three interrelated perspectives of scaling issues: scale in land surface properties, land surface patterns, and land surface processes. It also visits and reexamines the fundamental theories of scale and scaling by well-known experts who have done substantial research on the topics. Edited by a prominent authority in the geographic information science community, Scale Issues in Remote Sensing: Offers an extensive examination of the fundamental theories of scale issues along with current scaling techniques Studies scale issues from three interrelated perspectives: land surface properties, patterns, and processes Addresses the impact of new frontiers in Earth observation technology (high-resolution, hyperspectral, Lidar sensing, and their synergy with existing technologies) and advances in remote sensing imaging science (object-oriented image analysis and data fusion) Prospects emerging and future trends in remote sensing and their relationship with scale Scale Issues in Remote Sensing is ideal as a professional reference for practicing geographic information scientists and remote sensing engineers as well as supplemental reading for graduate level students.
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Hyperspectral Imaging of Natural Scenes: Calibration and Applications hyperspectral remote sensing application
Hyperspectral imaging is a technique which combines spectral and spatial imaging methods. The technology is used in remote sensing, medicine, agriculture and forensics just to mention a few. Images for non-remote systems are commonly acquired by mounting various electronically tunable filters in front of monochromatic cameras and capturing a range of wavelengths to produce a spectral image cube. This book provides relevant techniques for the calibration and characterization of a focal-plane hyperspectral imaging system. These techniques include system noise characterization, stray-light compensation, flat field correction, image registration, input-output function characterization and calibration verification. This book also applies scene recognition techniques to hyperspectral images using ratio indexing and spectral gradients. This comes from the underlying idea that due to the large number of bands contained in hyperspectral images, more information is available so better recognition results compared to colour images. The book should be especially useful to professionals and students in the field of imaging sciences.
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Remote sensing and GIS: Land Use land cover Dynamics hyperspectral remote sensing application
This monograph is a study on “Land use and land cover mapping using remote sensing and Geographical Information System (A case study of Rupnagar district, Punjab)”. Remote Sensing and GIS is present day need for monitoring, measurement and modeling through which we can acheive at better decision making. Moreover this monographs deals with the application of Satellite Remote Sensing in land use assessment and will also help in identifying the problem areas and their probable solutions. The main content of the study discuss how the population change is responsible for the change current in land use and future prediction. This monograph will help in creating new knowledge among the students and various other stakeholders. With the help of modern technologies we can make our world more sustainable.
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Assessment of Forest Using Remote Sensing and GIS hyperspectral remote sensing application
As remote sensing data and methods have become increasingly complex and varied - and increasingly reliable - so have their uses in forest assessment and management. New algorithms have been developed in virtually every aspect of image analysis, from classification to enhancements to estimating parameters. Assessment of forest using Remote Sensing and GIS reviews the literature and provides the tools for understanding and choosing remote sensing solutions for management problems. The book presents methods and operational examples of the use of image processing in forest change detection, forest classification, and forest growth modeling. The chapters discuss research issues and the future of remote sensing technologies. The author draws a comprehensive picture of the state of the art in remote sensing data and methods applicable to sustainable forest management issues.
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Wasteland Mapping using Remote Sensing and GIS hyperspectral remote sensing application
This book “Wasteland Mapping using Remote Sensing and GIS: A case study Sirsa district of Haryana, India” is the outcome of five years research experience of Dr*(Er.) K.S. Rawat and Er. Shashi Vind Mishra in Remote Sensing and GIS science. This book “Wasteland Mapping using Remote Sensing and GIS” has been written for Haryana (India), a state known for Natural Resources Management. This book is intended for use in graduate level course in wasteland Management, and for researchers who wish to work in wasteland Mapping.
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3-CH Handle Sensing Remote Control Aircraft w/ Gyro - Silvery White + Black (5 x AA) hyperspectral remote sensing application
The remote control airplane model uses hands-sensing control using only the right hand can operate the flight simple and rapid hands-sensing remote control or computer can charge the aircraft even in the outdoors can also enjoy playing with the children and experiencing flight magic
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GIS Integration Method for Siteing Thermal Power Plant hyperspectral remote sensing application
This book, GIS Integration Method for Siteing Thermal Power Plant, provides information regarding Assessment of Remote Sensing and GIS application for side identification of suitable area to establish 650 MW Thermal Power plant. It is the outcome of five years research experience in Remote Sensing and GIS science and has been written based on spot belonging to Utter Pradesh (India), a state known for natural resources and industries but also useful for other such geographical regions all over world.
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