Earth Observation Systems for Resource Management and Environmental Control

  • Donald J. Clough
  • Lawrence W. Morley

Part of the NATO Conference Series book series (NATOCS, volume 4)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Overview Summary Report

    1. Donald J. Clough, Lawrence W. Morley
      Pages 1-15
  3. Summary Reports of Working Groups

    1. B. P. Miller, Vincent J. Cardone, Donald J. Clough, J. D’Hoore, Hervé Guichard
      Pages 17-25
    2. Charles Sheffield, A. D. Kirwan, Archibald B. Park, Philip A. Lapp, Robert E. Stevenson
      Pages 27-34
    3. Paul G. Teleki, R. A. G. Savigear, Eric C. Barrett, Sigfrid Schneider, Gerhardt Hildebrandt, Stanley E. Wasserman et al.
      Pages 35-41
    4. S. Galli de Paratesi, Peter W. Anderson, Wolfgang Baier, Charles Buffalano, Robert N. Colwell, John M. DeNoyer et al.
      Pages 43-50
    5. Vincent J. Cardone, Wolfgang Baier, Eric C. Barrett, Charles Sheffield, Stanley E. Wasserman, Paul M. Wolff
      Pages 51-56
    6. Gerd Hildebrandt, Robert N. Colwell, John M. DeNoyer, S. Galli de Paratesi, James J. Gehrig, J. A. Howard et al.
      Pages 57-66
    7. Eric S. Posmentier, Peter W. Anderson, A. D. Kirwan, Robert E. Stevenson, Donald J. Clough, Paul G. Teleki
      Pages 67-72
    8. Charles Buffalano, J. D’Hoore, B. P. Miller, Hans Heyman, Lawrence W. Morley, Philip A. Lapp et al.
      Pages 73-77
  4. Background Papers

About this book

Introduction

The NATO Science Committee and its subsidiary Programme Panels provide support for Advanced Research Institutes (ARI) in various fields. The idea is to bring together scientists of a chosen field with the hope that they will achieve a consensus on research direc­ tions for the future, and make recommendations for the benefit of a wider scientific community. Attendance is therefore limited to those whose experience and expertise make the conclusions significant and acceptable to the wider community. Participants are selected on the basis of substantial track records in research or in the synthesis of research results to serve mankind. The proposal for a one-week ARIon Earth Observation and In­ formation Systems was initiated by the NATO Special Programme Panel on Systems Science (SPPOSS). In approving the ARI, the senior NATO Science Committee identified the subject as one of universal impor­ tance, requiring a broad perspective on the development of opera­ tional systems based on successful experimental systems. The general purpose of this ARI was to address the critical problems of integrating the relatively new science and technology of remote sensing into operational earth observation and manage­ ment information systems. The main problems of concern were those related to systems design, organization, development of infrastruc­ ture, and use of information in decision processes. The main empha­ sis was on problems of transferring technologies and methods from experimental to operational systems.

Keywords

development environment formation organization production remote sensing research soil

Editors and affiliations

  • Donald J. Clough
    • 1
  • Lawrence W. Morley
    • 2
  1. 1.University of WaterlooWaterlooCanada
  2. 2.Canada Centre for Remote SensingOttawaCanada

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-8864-1
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag US 1977
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4615-8866-5
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4615-8864-1
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