Remote Sensing

Scope Note: Remote Sensing is the science of obtaining information about objects or areas from a distance, typically from aircraft or satellites.

  1. Gentle Giants in Dark Waters: Using Side-Scan Sonar for Manatee Research
  2. On Airborne Doppler Navigation System Application for Measurement of the Water Surface Backscattering Signature and Estimation of the Near-Surface Wind
  3. Assessing Forest Biomass and Exploration in the Brazilian Amazon with Airborne InSAR: an Alternative for REDD
  4. The Use of C- and L-Band Repeat-Pass Interferometric SAR Coherence for Soil Moisture Change Detection in Vegetated Areas
  5. A Review of Optical Imagery and Airborne LiDAR Data Registration Methods
  6. Spatial Degradation of Classified Satellite Images
  7. A Study of Dust Aerosols Impact on Hurricanes with Multi-Sensors Measurement from Space
  8. Landsat ETM+7 Digital Image Processing Techniques for Lithological and Structural Lineament Enhancement: Case Study Around Abidiya Area, Sudan
  9. Utility of Field Spectroradiometer Data in Chlorophyll-a Estimation
  10. On Measurement of the Sea Surface Wind Vector by the Airborne Weather Radars Having a Various Scanning Sector
  11. A Taxonomy of Unmixing Algorithms Using Li-Strahler Geometric-Optical Model and other Spectral Endmember Extraction Techniques for Decomposing a QuickBird Visible and Near Infra-Red Pixel of an Anopheles arabiensis Habitat
  12. Remote Sensing in Social Science Research
  13. Diagnostic Wind Model Initialization over Complex Terrain Using the Airborne Doppler Wind Lidar Data
  14. Multi-Source Multi-Sensor Image Fusion Based on Bootstrap Approach and SEM Algorithm
  15. Estimation of Soil Properties by Orbital and Laboratory Reflectance Means and its Relation with Soil Classification
  16. Methodology for Bare Soil Detection and Discrimination by Landsat TM Image
  17. Understanding the Relationship Between Environmental Energy Availability and Bird Species Richness in Kenya Using Remote Sensing and Ancillary Data
  18. Predicting Mammal Species Richness from Remotely Sensed Data at Different Spatial Scales
  19. Using ASTER Images to Analyze Geologic Linear Features in Wadi Aurnah Basin, Western Saudis Arabia
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