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Aerial photography and image interpretation.

By: Paine, David P | ProQuest (Firm).
Contributor(s): Kiser, James D. (James Donald).
Material type: materialTypeLabelComputer filePublisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2012Edition: 3rd ed.Description: xii, 629 p., [8] p. of col. plates : ill. (some col.).Subject(s): Electronic books | Aerial photography in forestry | Photographic interpretation | Aerial photographyOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction -- Geometry of a vertical aerial photograph -- Principles of stereoscopic vision -- Scale of a vertical aerial photograph -- Horizontal measurements? : distance, bearings, and areas -- Vertical measurements -- Mapping from vertical aerial photographs -- Orthophotography -- Map projections, grid networks, and control -- The Global Positioning System -- The transfer of detail -- Geographic information systems -- Small format aerial imagery -- Films, filters, and the photographic process -- Principles and techniques of aerial image interpretation -- Landforms and drainage patterns -- Geology, soils, and engineering applications -- Land-use planning -- Environmental monitoring -- Additional topics in natural resources management -- Forestry -- Elementary statistics and sampling techniques -- Mapping accuracy assessment -- Aerial photo mensuration -- An example photo timber cruise -- Additional characteristics of electromagnetic energy -- Radar and Lidar : active remote sensors -- Scanning remote sensors.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction -- Geometry of a vertical aerial photograph -- Principles of stereoscopic vision -- Scale of a vertical aerial photograph -- Horizontal measurements? : distance, bearings, and areas -- Vertical measurements -- Mapping from vertical aerial photographs -- Orthophotography -- Map projections, grid networks, and control -- The Global Positioning System -- The transfer of detail -- Geographic information systems -- Small format aerial imagery -- Films, filters, and the photographic process -- Principles and techniques of aerial image interpretation -- Landforms and drainage patterns -- Geology, soils, and engineering applications -- Land-use planning -- Environmental monitoring -- Additional topics in natural resources management -- Forestry -- Elementary statistics and sampling techniques -- Mapping accuracy assessment -- Aerial photo mensuration -- An example photo timber cruise -- Additional characteristics of electromagnetic energy -- Radar and Lidar : active remote sensors -- Scanning remote sensors.