Essential Earth Imaging for GIS is a guide to imaging technology and management, including how to integrate imagery into geographic information system (GIS) software. The book discusses characteristics of images obtained from aircraft and spacecraft, and how to enhance, register, and visually interpret multispectral imagery and point clouds. GIS professionals and students can use this book as a general reference on imaging technology. Students with little experience using sophisticated imagery can use this book as a reference for introductory GIS courses that include multispectral image display and analysis.
|Publication date:||30th July 2015|
|Author:||Lawrence, III Fox|
|Publisher:||Environmental Systems Research Institute Inc.,U.S. an imprint of ESRI Press|
|Categories:||Geographical information systems (GIS) & remote sensing,|
Lawrence Fox III is emeritus professor of forest remote sensing and geographic information systems at Humboldt State University, USA. He has been a remote sensing consultant for twenty years.More About Lawrence, III Fox