Book Volume 9 2014

Remote Sensing and Modeling

Advances in Coastal and Marine Resources

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ISBN: 978-3-319-06325-6 (Print) 978-3-319-06326-3 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xx

  2. Remote Sensing, Mapping and Survey of Coastal Biophysical Environments

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-30

      Remote Sensing of Coastal Ecosystems and Environments

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      Pages 31-63

      Advanced Techniques for Mapping Biophysical Environments on Carbonate Banks Using Laser Airborne Depth Sounding (LADS) and IKONOS Satellite Imagery

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      Pages 65-76

      Terrestrial Laser Scanner Surveying in Coastal Settings

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      Pages 77-102

      Advances in Applied Remote Sensing to Coastal Environments Using Free Satellite Imagery

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      Pages 103-134

      Remote Sensing and Modeling of Coral Reef Resilience

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      Pages 135-160

      An Assessment of Physiographic Habitats, Geomorphology and Evolution of Chilika Lagoon (Odisha, India) Using Geospatial Technology

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      Pages 161-191

      Foreshore Applications of X-band Radar

  3. Advances in the Study and Interpretation of Coastal Oceans, Estuaries, Sea-Level Variation, and Water Quality

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 193-193

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      Pages 195-214

      Digital Ocean Technological Advances

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      Pages 215-236

      A New Statistical-Empirical Hybrid Based Model to Estimate Seasonal Sea-Level Variation in the Gulf of Paria from River Discharge

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      Pages 237-276

      Advances in Modeling of Water Quality in Estuaries

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      Pages 277-294

      Advances in Video Monitoring of the Beach and Nearshore: The Long-Term Perspective

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      Pages 295-313

      Application of Advanced Remote Sensing Techniques to Improve Modeling Estuary Water Quality

  4. Advances in Coastal Modeling Using Field Data, Remote Sensing, GIS, and Numerical Simulations

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 315-315

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      Pages 317-331

      Developments in Salt Marsh Topography Analysis Using Airborne Infrared Photography

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      Pages 333-364

      Examining Material Transport in Dynamic Coastal Environments: An Integrated Approach Using Field Data, Remote Sensing and Numerical Modeling

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      Pages 365-394

      Simulation Management Systems Developed by the Northern Gulf Coastal Hazards Collaboratory (NG-CHC): An Overview of Cyberinfrastructure to Support the Coastal Modeling Community in the Gulf of Mexico

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      Pages 395-403

      Advancement of Technology for Detecting Shoreline Changes in East Coast of India and Comparison with Prototype Behavior

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      Pages 405-428

      Advances in Remote Sensing of Coastal Wetlands: LiDAR, SAR, and Object-Oriented Case Studies from North Carolina

  5. Advances in the Management of Coastal Resources Using Remote Sensing Data and GIS

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 429-429

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      Pages 431-452

      Numerical Modelling and Satellite Remote Sensing as Tools for Research and Management of Marine Fishery Resources

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      Pages 453-480

      Identifying Suitable Sites of Shrimp Culture in Southwest Bangladesh Using GIS and Remote Sensing Data

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      Pages 481-494

      A Multi-criteria Approach for Erosion Risk Assessment Using a New Concept of Spatial Unit Analysis, Wave Model and High Resolution DEMs

  6. Back Matter

    Pages 495-502