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Introductory Remote Sensing Digital Image Processing and Applications (2000)

Date: 2000
Creator: Gibson, Paul J. & C.H. Power
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Access: CD-ROM [180]
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The CD-ROM enables the display of thousands of different images and the ability to preform various image manipulations. There are over 70 satellite digital datasets for areas in North America, Ireland, China, Sudan, Peru, Western Europe & UK. Explains how to apply digital image processing techniques to remotely sensed imagery, and how to obtain useful results and information during this process. It assumes a course in introductory remote sensing or air photo interpretation, college algebra, and basic statistics.
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Navigational Charts - Electronic (various)

Date: various
Creator: Office of Coast Surveys - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
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Scale: various
Access: Web
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Lake Ontario is on charts 14800 and 14802
Lake Erie is chart 14820
Lake Superior is on charts 14961, 14964, 14966 and 14967
Lake Huron is chart 14860
Lake Michigan is on several charts
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Remote Sensing in Archaeology 2006 ()

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Creator: Johnson, Jay, K.
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Access: CD ROM [287]
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eleven archaeologists reveal how the broad application of remote sensing, and especially geophysical techniques, is altering the usual conduct of dirt archaeology. Using case studies that both succeeded and failed, they offer a comprehensive guide to remote sensing techniques on archaeological sites throughout North America. Because this new technology is advancing on a daily basis, the book is accompanied by a CD intended for periodic update that provides additional data and illustrations.
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