By Jean-Yves Scanvic
Using numerous operational and research-oriented examples, this text seeks to explain how the human eye and brain can extract and use remotely sensed data in the fields of applied
geology and mineral exploration.
1.Remote Sensing in Geology
2.Geological Mapping and Remote Sensing
5.Spectral Signatures of Minerals Rocks and Alterites : Problems of interpretation of Remotely Sensed Data
6.Remote Sensing Geobotany and Geological Landscape units
7.Geology and Digital Image Processing
Author: Jean-Yves Scanvic
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis|
Categories: Earth Science & Remote Sensing
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