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Seventh edition
Hoboken, NJ Wiley, [2015]
xii, 720 stran : ilustrace, mapy ; 24 cm

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ISBN 978-1-118-34328-9 (brožováno)
Obsahuje bibliografii na stranách 699-708 a rejstřík
001462060
Contents // 1 // Concepts and Foundations of Remote // Sensing 1 // 1.1 Introduction 1 // 1.2 Energy Sources and Radiation Principles 4 // 1.3 Energy Interactions in the Atmosphere 9 // 1.4 Energy Interactions with Earth Surface Features 12 // 1.5 Data Acquisition and Digital Image Concepts 30 // 1.6 Reference Data 39 // 1.7 The Global Positioning System and Other Global Navigation Satellite Systems 43 // 1.8 Characteristics of Remote Sensing Systems 45 // 1.9 Successful Application of Remote Sensing 49 // 1.10 Geographic Information Systems (CIS) 52 // 1.11 Spatial Data Frameworks for CIS and Remote Sensing 57 // 1.12 Visual Image Interpretation 59 // 2 // Elements of Photographic Systems 85 // 2.1 Introduction 85 // 2.2 Early History of Aerial Photography 86 // x // CONTENTS // 2.3 Photographic Basics 89 // 2.4 Film Photography 99 // 2.5 Digital Photography 115 // 2.6 Aerial Cameras 118 // 2.7 Spatial Resolution of Camera Systems 136 // 2.8 Aerial Videography 143 // 2.9 Conclusion 145 // 3 // Basic Principles of Photogrammetry 146 // 3.1 Introduction 146 // 3.2 Basic Geometric Characteristics of Aerial Photographs 150 // 3.3 Photographic Scale 159 // 3.4 Ground Coverage of Aerial Photographs 164 // 3.5 Area Measurement 167 // 3.6 Relief Displacement of Vertical Features 170 // 3.7 Image Parallax 177 // 3.8 Ground Control for Aerial Photography 188 // 3.9 Determining the Elements of Exterior Orientation of Aerial Photographs 189 // 3.10 Production of Mapping Products from Aerial
Photographs 194 // 3.11 Flight Planning 210 // 3.12 Conclusion 217 // 4 // Multispectral, Thermal, and Hyperspectral Sensing 218 // 4.1 Introduction 218 // 4.2 Across-Track Scanning 219 // 4.3 Along-Track Scanning 225 // 4.4 Example Across-Track Multispectral Scanner and Imagery 226 // 4.5 Example Along-Track Multispectral Scannerand Imagery 230 // 4.6 Geometric Characteristics of Across-Track Scanner Imagery 232 // 4.7 Geometric Characteristics of Along-Track Scanner Imagery 241 // 4.8 Thermal Imaging 243 // 4.9 Thermal Radiation Principles 245 // 4.10 Interpreting Thermal Imagery 254 // 4.11 Radiometric Calibration of Thermal Images and Temperature Mapping 265 // 4.12 FLIR Systems 269 // 4.13 Hyperspectral Sensing 271 // 4.14 Conclusion 282 // 5 // Earth Resource Satellites Operating in the Optical Spectrum 283 // 5.1 Introduction 283 // 5.2 General Characteristics of Satellite Remote Sensing Systems Operating in the Optical Spectrum 285 // 5.3 Moderate Resolution Systems 295 // 5.4 Landsat-1 to -7 296 // 5.5 Landsat-8 309 // 5.6 Future Landsat Missions and the Global Earth Observation System of Systems 322 // 5.7 SPOT-1 to -5 324 // 5.8 SPOT-6 and -7 336 // 5.9 Evolution of Other Moderate Resolution Systems 339 // CONTENTS // 5.10 Moderate Resolution Systems Launched prior to 1999 340 // 5.11 Moderate Resolution Systems Launched since 1999 342 // 5.12 High Resolution Systems 349 // 5.13 Hyperspectral Satellite Systems 356 // 5.14 Meteorological Satellites Frequently Applied
to Earth Surface Feature Observation 359 // 5.15 NOAA POES Satellites 360 // 5.16 JPSS Satellites 363 // 5.17 GOES Satellites 366 // 5.18 Ocean Monitoring Satellites 367 // 5.19 Earth Observing System 371 // 5.20 Space Station Remote Sensing 379 // 5.21 Space Debris 382 // 6 // Microwave and Lidar Sensing 385 // 6.1 Introduction 385 // 6.2 Radar Development 386 // 6.3 Imaging Radar System Operation 389 // 6.4 Synthetic Aperture Radar 399 // 6.5 Geometric Characteristics of Radar Imagery 402 // 6.6 Transmission Characteristics of Radar Signals 409 // 6.7 Other Radar Image Characteristics 413 // 6.8 Radar Image Interpretation 417 // 6.9 Interferometric Radar 435 // 6.10 Radar Remote Sensing from Space 441 // 6.11 Seasat-1 and the Shuttle Imaging Radar Missions 443 // 6.12 Almaz-1 448 // 6.13 ERS, Envisat, and Sentinel-1 448 // 6.14 JERS-1, ALOS, and ALOS-2 450 // 6.15 Radarsat 452 // 6.16 TerraSAR-X, TanDEM-X, and PAZ 455 // 6.17 The COSMO-SkyMed Constellation 457 // 6.18 Other High-Resolution Spaceborne Radar Systems 458 // 6.19 Shuttle Radar Topography Mission 459 // 6.20 Spaceborne Radar System Summary 462 // 6.21 Radar Altimetry 464 // 6.22 Passive Microwave Sensing 466 // 6.23 Basic Principles of Lidar 471 // 6.24 Lidar Data Analysis and Applications 475 // 6.25 Spaceborne Lidar 482 // 7 // Digital Image Analysis 485 // 7.1 Introduction 485 // 7.2 Preprocessing of Images 488 // 7.3 Image Enhancement 500 // 7.4 Contrast Manipulation 501 // 7.5 Spatial Feature Manipulation 507
// 7.6 Multi-Image Manipulation 517 // 7.7 Image Classification 537 // 7.8 Supervised Classification 538 // 7.9 The Classification Stage 540 // 7.10 The Training Stage 546 // 7.11 Unsupervised Classification 556 // 7.12 Hybrid Classification 560 // 7.13 Classification of Mixed Pixels 562 // 7.14 The Output Stage and Postclassification Smoothing 568 // 7.15 Object-Based Classification 570 // 7.16 Neural Network Classification 573 // XII // CONTENTS // 7.17 Classification Accuracy Assessment 575 // 7.18 Change Detection 582 // 7.19 Image Time Series Analysis 587 // 7.20 Data Fusion and GIS Integration 591 // 7.21 Hyperspectral Image Analysis 598 // 7.22 Biophysical Modeling 602 // 7.23 Conclusion 608 // 8 // Applications of Remote Sensing 609 // 8.1 Introduction 609 // 8.2 Land Use/Land Cover Mapping 611 // 8.3 Geologic and Soil Mapping 618 // 8.4 Agricultural Applications 628 // 8.5 Forestry Applications 632 // 8.6 Rangeland Applications 638 // 8.7 Water Resource Applications 639 // 8.8 Snow and Ice Applications 649 // 8.9 Urban and Regional Planning Applications 652 // 8.10 Wetland Mapping 654 // 8.11 Wildlife Ecology Applications 658 // 8.12 Archaeological Applications 662 // 8.13 Environmental Assessment and Protection 665 // 8.14 Natural Disaster Assessment 668 // 8.15 Principles of Landform Identification and Evaluation 678 // 8.16 Conclusion 697 // Works Cited 699 // Index 709 // SI Units Frequently Used in Remote Sensing 720 // Appendices—Available online at www.wiley.com/college/lillesand
// Appendix A: Radiometric Concepts, Terminology, and Units // Appendix B: Sample Coordinate // Transformation and Resampling Procedures // Appendix C: Radar Signal Concepts, Terminology, and Units

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