2 edition of Inventory of aerial photography and other remotely sensed imagery of Minnesota found in the catalog.
Inventory of aerial photography and other remotely sensed imagery of Minnesota
Minnesota State Planning Agency. Environmental Planning Division.
|Statement||prepared by Minnesota State Planning Agency, Environmental Planning Division.|
|LC Classifications||F607 .M52 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||77624357|
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The first part of this book enlightens the concepts and the potential utility of remote sensing. Surveying and Photogrammetry: provide high quality data on positions of cadastral objects like land parcel and . company. His technical activities have been in the areas of information extraction from advanced sensor systems and the applications of remote sensing, with particular emphasis on the physics of the .
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Inventory of aerial photography and other remotely sensed imagery of Minnesota. Paul: Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book.
The potential to monitor and survey populations from remotely sensed imagery is an exciting new development in animal ecology. review the methods used to analyse remotely sensed imagery.
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The past 10 years have brought amazing changes to the technologies used to turn remotely sensed data into maps. As a result, the principles and practices necessary for assessing the accuracy of those.
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