Remote sensing is the gathering of information about an object without being in physical contact with the object, usually by methods that detect electromagnetic energy. Such observations are often made from spacecraft and aircraft.
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Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences Institute at Michigan Tech
Promotes research and education in interdisciplinary areas including Earth and its ecosystems, remote sensing and the reaches of intergalactic space.
Earth observation data from the European Space Agency.
Collaborative effort between researchers and forest resource managers on integrating satellite technologies into forest inventory and field methods.
Epsilon Nought - Radar Remote Sensing
Epsilon nought gives an introduction into radar remote sensing and related problems with tutorials, exercises, demo data sets as well as software examples.
Free GIS data, daily industry news, GIS events listing, discussion forums, and software downloads.
Annual conference to be held in Nashville, Tennessee for infrared camera users and thermographers involved in predictive maintenance, online process monitoring and non destructive testing.
Manuel Arbelo - Department of Physics, University of La Laguna
Personal page of a researcher focused on remote sensing and development of satellite algorithm to derive surface temperature (SST and LST).
Pedro Hernandez Leal
Associate professor at the University of La Laguna, Spain. Teaching tools and research interests in remote sensing applications including forest fire risk modelling.
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