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Aerial color photography in the plant sciences and related fields

Biennial Workshop on Aerial color Photography in the Plant Sciences (4th 1973 Orono,Maine)

Aerial color photography in the plant sciences and related fields

proceedings of the...Workshop...held at the University of Maine.

by Biennial Workshop on Aerial color Photography in the Plant Sciences (4th 1973 Orono,Maine)

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Published by [American Society of Photogrammetry] in Orono .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Sponsored by American Society of Photogrammetry and University of Maine.

ContributionsAmerican Society of Photogrammetry., University of Maine.
The Physical Object
Pagination259p.
Number of Pages259
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19979731M

  The photos are clear and detailed and the specifics detail the plant at visual and microscopic levels. The book is sturdy for field use and is useful for both beginners and those with more experience in the field. The only negative is that is is a bit heavy Reviews: Aerial photographs have been used with a high degree of success to obtain quantitative information of certain natural resources, but their use in marsh ecology has been only partially determined. The purpose of this investigation was to further evaluate aerial photography as a means of studying marsh vegetation. The objectives were.

Measurements of spectral reflectances were made through triband densitometry of aerial color-infrared photographs covering soybean fields that had been affected by sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions from large coal-fired power plants in northwestern Alabama and western Tennessee. The photographs were photometrically calibrated. Results indicate that, at very light levels of foliar injury, the. While there have been many different aerial photography programs since the mid twentieth century, in the s national aerial photography programs were developed to capture aerial images of the entire U.S. A large collection of aerial photography is available through USGS Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Archive.

History of Aerial Photography • - Field workers document the effects of the M Denali Fault Earthquake with digital cameras from planes and helicopters Mosaic view of rock avalanches across Black Rapids Glacier. Photo by Dennis Trabant, USGS; mosaic by Rod March, USGS. Aerial view of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline and Richardson Highway. The Cold War and the introduction of color photography meant that military applications continued and it was during this time that wider environmental applications developed too. Aerial infra-red photography became important tracking and identifying diseased plants and trees and also to vegetation mapping. In Other Earth Sciences The.


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