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Anisotropy and BRDF

Our most of the Remote sensing is being sensed from Nadir position which is a position directly beneath the sensor, by forming a right angle from surface but various experiments

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UAV System Allows GIS Professionals A Cost-effective Solution for Aerial Data

CALGARY, Alberta, Aug. 23, 2013 /CNW/ – Integrated Informatics Inc. now offers a complete aerial data solution, from data capture to analysis and data management, using senseFly’s eBee unmanned aerial

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Remotely Sensing the Complexity of Rivers and Estuaries

The coasts of oceans are rich and complex environments. Over half the world’s population live on the coast or along river systems. Water resources in these regions are used for

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Satellite Data Not Enough To Predict Melting Ice Caps

New research from a team of European scientists has found there is not enough satellite data to determine the rate of polar ice cap melt very far into the future and

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Thermal IR spectroscopy for Mercury

Understanding the formation and evolution of Mercury, the innermost terrestrial planet, is important for studying the early stages of our solar system. Until recently, the surface composition of Mercury was

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Satellite image shows Thailand’s oil spill

BANGKOK – The oil spill that hit Thailand’s popular Koh Samet island appears to be moving to coastal areas of the eastern province of Rayong, threatening to worsen the impact

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Maximum Value Composite Images (MVC’s): A solution for Cloudy Image to calculate NDVI

When the satellite views an area at any one time, a large part of the image may be cloud, which has a very low NDVI (approximately 0.002). This gives no

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Fundamemtals of Hyperspectral Remote Sensing

     Introduction Hyperspectral remote sensing is the science of acquiring digital imagery of earth materials in many narrow contiguous spectral bands. Hyperspectral sensors or imaging spectrometers measure earth materials

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Hyperspectral Remote Sensing

Hyperspectral remote sensing is the science of acquiring digital imagery of earth materials in many narrow contiguous spectral bands. Hyperspectral sensors or imaging spectrometers measure earth materials and produce complete spectral

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Snow Cover Mapping using Satellite Remote Sensing Data

Having accurate estimations of snow cover characteristics during the snow-melt season is indispensable for efficient hydrological modeling and snow-melt runoff forecasting. Direct measurements of snow depth at a single station