Remote Sensing Tutorial
by Nicholas M. Short, Sr.
Publisher: EOS-Goddard Program Office 2005
Number of pages: 152
A highly intuitive, easily accessible remote sensing tutorial that hopefully will serve as a primer for the new user as well as a teaching tool for the educational community. We wanted this tutorial to provide a detailed understanding of the utility of the data in light of the fundamental principles of electromagnetic energy, especially as they relate to sensor design and function.
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