> Earth Sciences Series. Encyclopedia of Remote Sensing

Earth Sciences Series. Encyclopedia of Remote Sensing

Go

Welcome to the homepage of the Encyclopedia of Remote Sensing. This Encyclopedia is part of the Springer Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series.

Remote sensing has profoundly changed our understanding of the world we live in and the approaches we use to study our terrestrial environment. Each year new satellite imagery and data analyses yield evolving perspectives on changes occurring on our planet with important implications for science and society. This Encyclopedia is a comprehensive reference work presenting the foundations, principles, and state of the art of remote sensing and the diverse applications it serves. The encyclopedia is intended for researchers, students, and practitioners desiring a broad introduction to remote sensing in the Earth and environmental sciences as well as in-depth treatments of specific topics.

The Encyclopedia articles are presented in an alphabetical arrangement.  Cross-referencing using keywords to related articles is provided to support efficient searches for related information.

Eni G. Njoku
Editor in Chief, Encyclopedia of Remote Sensing
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, CA, USA

Eni G. Njoku

(Editor in Chief)

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A