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Analysis of Remotely Sensed Data

  • Jeremy F. Wallace
  • Norm Campbell
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Part of the Ecological Studies book series (ECOLSTUD, volume 79)

Abstract

The prospects for obtaining new information on a global scale rest on suitable access to, and organization and processing of, immense volumes of remotely sensed and other data. This chapter addresses the issue of processing high-dimensional spectral data for extraction of information on surface conditions or processes. The second part of the chapter describes some statistical methods and developments relevant to the use of remotely sensed data for estimates of surface condition or classification.

Keywords

Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer Remotely Sense Data Allocation Procedure Ground Data 
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  • Jeremy F. Wallace
  • Norm Campbell

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