USGS Publishes Remote-Sensing Handbook

by | Dec 1, 2015

The Remote Sensing Handbook provides comprehensive theoretical and practical coverage of remote sensing.

The Remote Sensing Handbook provides comprehensive theoretical and practical coverage of remote sensing.

The newly published, three-volume Remote Sensing Handbook includes remote-sensing topics written by more than 300 leading global experts. With 82 chapters and more than 2,000 pages, the technical handbook includes up-to-date examples of successful projects and case studies, and explains in detail about space-borne, airborne and ground-based remote-sensing systems.

USGS' Prasad S. Thenkabail, an international expert in remote sensing and GIS as well as editor of the handbook, describes it as a complete knowledge base about the evolution and history of remote-sensing science over last 50 years, the current state-of-the-art of its science and technology, and a future vision for the field.

 

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