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Hyperspectral Applications in Urban Geography

  • Vijay Lulla
Part of the Geotechnologies and the Environment book series (GEOTECH, volume 1)

Abstract

This chapter examines the scale and scope of hyperspectral remote sensing applications and presents a brief case study. As the case study demonstrates, hyperspectral approaches expand the range and accuracy of very fine scale urban studies.

Keywords

Hyperspectral data Remote sensing Terre Haute 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Vijay Lulla
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  1. 1.Department Geography, Geology, and AnthropologyIndiana State UniversityUSA

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