8 edition of Remote Sensing of Forest Environments found in the catalog.
April 1, 2003 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||Michael A. Wulder (Editor), Steven E. Franklin (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||552|
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Remote Sensing of Forest Environments: Concepts and Case Studies is designed to meet the needs of a professional audience composed of both practitioners and researchers. This book is also suitable as a secondary text for graduate-level students in Forestry, Environmental Science, Geography, Engineering, and Computer Science.
Product Information. Remote Sensing of Forest Environments: Concepts and Case Studies is an edited volume intended to provide readers with a state-of-the-art synopsis of the current methods and applied applications employed in remote sensing the world's forests.
Remote Sensing of Forest Environments: Concepts and Case Studies is designed to meet the needs of a professional audience composed of both practitioners and researchers.
This book is also suitable as a secondary text for graduate-level students in Forestry, Environmental Science, Geography, Engineering, and Computer Science.
The book provides readers with a state-of-the-art synopsis of the current methods and applied applications employed in remote sensing of the world's forests. This book introduces a series of case studies that exemplify the ways in which remotely sensed data are operationally used, as an element of the decision-making process, and in the.
This section’s aim is to advance basic and applied remote sensing of forests. The section is committed to publishing timely, high quality manuscripts that become immediately pertinent to every scientist in the field — in short, to be the “go to” journal for remote sensing of forests.
Remote Sensing is an international peer-reviewed open access semimonthly journal published by MDPI. Please visit the Instructions for Authors page before submitting a manuscript. The Article Processing Charge (APC) for publication in this open access journal is CHF (Swiss Francs).
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Remote sensing is the acquisition of information about an object or phenomenon without making physical contact with the object and thus in contrast to on-site observation, especially the Earth.
Remote sensing is used in numerous fields, including geography, land surveying and most Earth science disciplines (for example, hydrology, ecology, meteorology, oceanography, glaciology, geology); it.
Modeling forest productivity using data acquired through remote sensing / Nicholas C. Coops and Joseph D. White Experiences in field data collection: In support of land use and land cover change classification in boreal and tropical environments / G.
Arturo Sanchez-Azofeifa, Mark Kachmar, Margaret Kalacska and Stephen Hamilton -- Remote Sensing for Sustainability introduces the current state of the art remote sensing knowledge integral for monitoring the world’s natural resources and environments, managing exposure to natural disasters and man-made risks, and helping understand the sustainability and productivity of.
Remote sensing systems, which in the past have already been successfully used in monitoring and detection of rural forest damage, can be adopted to monitor vegetation, and in particular trees, in cities although there is no coverage of large areas with a single : Guido Staub.
Remote Sensing of Environment - An Interdisciplinary Journal. Remote Sensing of Environment (RSE) serves the Earth observation community with the publication of results on the theory, science, applications, and technology of remote sensing studies. Thoroughly interdisciplinary, RSE publishes on terrestrial, oceanic and atmospheric sensing.
Remote Sensing of Forest Environments: Concepts and Case Studies is an edited volume intended to provide readers with a state-of-the-art synopsis of the current methods and applied applications employed in remote sensing the world's forests.
This volume presents applications of remote sensing in urban environments and coastal zones, including the use of remote sensing in city planning (urban expansion, light pollution, air quality, etc.), observation of the properties of ocean color, the study of coastal dynamics (identifying coastlines and estimating sediment balances, etc.) and.
The remote sensing of forests has reached a developmental stage that allows practitioners to expend the largest proportion of project efforts on information generation, rather than data preparation.
The significant progress that has been realised in the remote sensing of forests in recent years is related to the three linked developments of:Cited by: 2. The book is an invitation to rethink processing routines in place for Earth observation data.
As such, the intended readers of the book are remote sensing experts being new to command line processing or having already some experience with this technology. Data on LAI from the tropics is sparse as compared to temperate and boreal environments.
Satellite remote sensing offers an excellent means of determining LAI on a regional, sub-continental and. Potential Projects for Special Topics, Honours, Masters & Doctoral Students. The RSRC provides a collaborative and supportive research environment that accumulates and shares knowledge and technical experience, as well as enabling development of professional networks.
This book starts where the already published book “Remote Sensing and GIS for Ecologists” ends: more complex approaches like Deep Learning, active data sets and multi-sensor approaches such as image fusion are covered as well as different software environments (SNAP, R, Python, Java Script).
All chapters work again on the same data set. Book Description. While frequently used in temperate environments, hyperspectral sensors and data are still a novelty in the tropics. Exploring the potential of hyperspectral remote sensing for assessing ecosystem characteristics, Hyperspectral Remote Sensing of Tropical and Sub-Tropical Forests focuses on the complex and unique set of challenges involved in using this technology and the data.
Buy Remote Sensing of Forest Environments by Michael A. Wulder, Steven E. Franklin from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Book Edition: Softcover Reprint of The Original 1st Ed. Abstract. Quantitative remote sensing is an inevitable trend in the application of remote sensing in the 21st century.
Its core role is to establish a quantitative relationship between the electromagnetic spectrum and the information obtained by the sensor and then use electromagnetic wave information to quantitatively detect all kinds of surface characteristic parameters.
Thermal Infrared Remote Sensing: Sensors, Methods, Applications - Ebook written by Claudia Kuenzer, Stefan Dech. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Thermal Infrared Remote Sensing: Sensors, Methods, Applications.1/5(1). LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) is a remote sensing technology that measures distance by illuminating a target with a laser and analyzing the reflected light.
This book introduces the fundamentals of LiDAR remote sensing, LiDAR data processing and analysis methods and applications of LiDAR in forestry and vegetation mapping, urban environments, and geosciences.3/5(1). This book is based on 50 years of map data, air photos, and medium to high-resolution satellite to track the expansions of aquaculture and the loss of both estuarine and mangrove land covers in Ecuador.
It contains innovative and original data from remote sensing as well as field : Springer International Publishing. Also, he has co-authored a book chapter on the remote sensing of mangrove change in the Coastal Research Library Springer book series.
He worked for the Ministry of the Environment in Ecuador during and on a Prometeo Fellowship studying estuarine processed in the northern estuaries of Ecuador during which time he completed most of the Format: Hardcover. The QGIS in Remote Sensing Set aims to facilitate the appropriation and operational use of the Quantum Geographic Information System (QGIS) software in the field of remote sensing.
This second volume of the set presents different applications of QGIS and its libraries for agriculture and forestry. As debates about climate change and sustainability intensify, protected areas become more important as indicators of ecosystem conditions in particular environments or in comparison with adjacent environments.
The first book of its kind, Remote Sensing of Protected Lands showcases state-of-the-art remote sensing applications for the inventory. Summary. Using a systems analysis approach and extensive case studies, Environmental Remote Sensing and Systems Analysis shows how remote sensing can be used to support environmental decision making.
It presents a multidisciplinary framework and the latest remote sensing tools to understand environmental impacts, management complexity, and policy implications. Produced under the auspices of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, it brings together contributions from experts around the world to discuss the basic principles of imaging radars and trace the research activity--past, present, and future--across the many sciences where radar remote sensing may be applied.
This book. "LiDAR Remote Sensing and Applications is an indispensable reference for those working with LiDAR data. Combining detailed background information, a comprehensive review of the literature, and a clear explanation of typical analytical approaches, the book focuses in particular on forestry, urban and geoscience Range: £ - £ The versatile and available GNSS signals can detect the Earth s surface environments as a new, highly precise, continuous, all-weather and near-real-time remote sensing tool.
This book presents the theory and methods of GNSS remote sensing as well as its applications in the. Remote Sensing Applications (e-Book) National Remote Sensing Center, India has brought out a book on “Remote Sensing Applications” covering land, water, atmosphere and natural disasters.
The book has been compiled and edited by P.S. Roy, R.S Dwivedi and D. Vijayan. New R package: RStoolbox: Tools for Remote Sensing Data New project on agricultural production in Central Asia Remote Sensing and GIS for Ecologists book now availabl.
Remote Sensing for Sustainability Qihao Weng In this book, Remote Sensing for Sustainability, Weng recognizes that grand and global challenges require international collaboration and cooperation in order to optimize remote sensing data acquisition, storage, access, and dissemination.
Forestry applications, in the volume of Hyperspectral Remote Sensing (edited by E. Cloutis) of the Manual of Remote Sensing, 3rd Edition, Chief Editor, B. Ryerson, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Bethesda, Maryland,  Gong, P., B.
Xu, Contextual classification methods for land cover and land use mapping. Part I. Wild Sensing 1 Sensing an Experimental Forest: Processing Environments and Distributing Relations / 29 2 From Moss Cam to Spillcam: Techno-Geographies of Experience / 57 3 Animals as Sensors: Mobile Organisms and the Problem of Milieus / 81 Part II.
Pollution Sensing 4 Sensing Climate Change and Expressing Environmental Citizenship / Forest Firefighting Monitoring System Based on UAV Team and Remote Sensing: /ch In this chapter, the authors propose an approach to using a heterogeneous team of unmanned aerial vehicles and remote sensing techniques to perform tacticalCited by: 7.
Unmanned Aerial Remote Sensing: UAS for Environmental Applications is an excellent resource for any practitioner utilizing remote sensing and other geospatial technologies for environmental applications, such as conservation, research, and planning. Students and academics in information science, environment and natural resources, geosciences Author: David R.
Green. The book consists of three parts: forest hydrology, forest management, and forest ecology, providing an understanding of continental river basins.
The latest data are presented, as derived from advanced observation systems for atmospheric flux, ground water level, soil water movement, and stable isotope variation as well as remote sensing, used.Several factors can affect the remote sensing-based AGB estimation, such as insufficient sample data, atmospheric conditions, complex biophysical environments, scale of the study area, availability of software, spatial resolution of remotely sensed data, or mixed pixels, among others [6, 10].In order to introduce different approaches that have been developed to reduce the uncertainties Cited by: 5.
Forest and Fire Sciences Remote Sensing Search this Guide Search. Forest and Fire Sciences: Remote Sensing. Guide to resources to support the learning, teaching and research in the forest resources and fire ecology programs of the U-Idaho College of Natural Resources.
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