Agriculturae Conspectus Scientificus, Vol 67, No 1 (2002)

New book: Earth Imaging and Exploration from Space: Satellites - Sensors - Application

Marinko OLUJIĆ

Pages: 51-53


The book has 516 pages, 310 images-pictures and drawings, 95 plates, it was cited 467 references forin and domestic literature. In fact, that is a glossy full-colour monograph in Croatian language. The book is composed of 8 chapters. It begins with the definition, history and physical principles of remote sensing. Come after information about the carrier rockets for remote sensing and civilian platforms with their sensors. Visual scene analysis and digital image analysis leads to the big 300-pages part dealing with various applications: geology, forestry, agriculture, cartography, meteorology, regional and urban planning, ecology and military applications. There is a chapter about remote sensing and GIS which refers to the use of GPS, concludes the full-text list of acronyms and a glossary of technical terms. The chapter about arriculture dealing with soil mapping, classification land use/cover and crops foreeasting etc. The book can be heavily recommend to any student and experts of remote sensing as a most comprehensive source of information one of the best recent texbooks about this subject.


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