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Advances in Earth Observation of Global Change

  • Emilio Chuvieco
  • Jonathan Li
  • Xiaojun Yang

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Rainer Sandau, Klaus Briess
    Pages 1-15
  3. Amin Tayyebi, Mahmoud Reza Delavar, Mohammad Javad Yazdanpanah, Bryan Christopher Pijanowski, Sara Saeedi, Amir Hossein Tayyebi
    Pages 27-42
  4. Andreas Neumann, Harald Krawczyk, Stefan Riha
    Pages 55-67
  5. Wenrui Huang, Shuisen Chen, Xiaojun Yang
    Pages 69-78
  6. Nicolas Longépé, Masanobu Shimada, Sophie Allain, Eric Pottier
    Pages 79-95
  7. Hans -Peter Plag, Chris Rizos, Markus Rothacher, Ruth Neilan
    Pages 125-143
  8. Junping Chen, Michael Bender, Geory Beyerle, Galina Dick, Carsten Falck, Maorong Ge et al.
    Pages 159-171
  9. Emilio Chuvieco, Chris Justice
    Pages 187-199
  10. Adriana Albanese, Piero Boccardo, Fabio Giorgi, Nishshanka Prasanna Premachandra, Olivier Terzo, Rossella Vigna
    Pages 217-237
  11. Kui Zhang, Alex Hay-Man Ng, Linlin Ge, Yusen Dong, Chris Rizos
    Pages 239-253
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 281-283

About this book

Introduction

Global Change studies are increasingly being considered a vital source of information to understand the Earth Environment, in particular in the framework of human-induced climate change and land use transformation. Satellite Earth Observing systems provide a unique tool to monitor those changes. While the range of applications and innovative techniques is constantly increasing, this book provides a summary of key case studies where satellite data offer critical information to understand the causes and effects of those environmental changes, minimizing their negative impacts. This book will be of interest to researchers and practitioners in the field of remote sensing, geographical information, meteorology and environmental sciences. Also scientists and graduate up to post-graduate level students in environmental science will find valuable information in this book.

Keywords

AVHRR Change detection Earth Observing System Geoinformationssysteme climate change environmental change remote sensing vegetation

Editors and affiliations

  • Emilio Chuvieco
    • 1
  • Jonathan Li
    • 2
  • Xiaojun Yang
    • 3
  1. 1., Department of GeographyUniversidad Alcala de HenaresAlcala de HenaresSpain
  2. 2., Department of Geography and EnvironmentaUniversity of WaterlooWaterlooCanada
  3. 3., Dept. GeographyFlorida State UniversityTallahasseeUSA

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