Imaging the Future
Design professionals of all stripes, including engineers, will find themselves working with a variety of visual images more and more in the near future. Image literacy, an understanding...

Application of Extremely Low Altitude Photogrammetry for Monitoring Coastal Structures
Extremely low altitude mapping photography exposed from a helicopter is showing considerable promise in providing another method of extending the many benefits of photogrammetric data...

Operations Analysis for a Large Lunar Telescope
With the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope a new generation of science optical observatories was made a reality. Astronomers and scientists have long seen space as having inherit advantages...

Irrigation and Drainage System As-Built Map Preparation Using Satellite Digital Imagery and a GIS
Multispectral remote sensing from satellite platforms has led to the development of numerous applications which use digital imagery for the classification and mapping of natural resources...

Crop Classification and Area Estimation Using Airborne Multispectral Video/Radiometer Remote Sensing
The U.S. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS) in Logan, Utah, combines color slide 35 mm aerial photography with color video imagery to perform routine (yearly) crop...

Applications of Remote Sensing to Irrigated Agriculture
Several uses for satellite digital imagery and data from portable field radiometers have been developed for the monitoring of agricultural crops, their yields, insect and disease attacks,...

Planning, Design and Integration of a Computerized Terminal Operating System
NYK Line's new terminal at the Port of Los Angeles (photograph below) features innovative design and advanced terminal operating system integration....

Use of Machine Vision in Bedform Studies

Use of Manned Submersibles to Investigate Slumps in Deep Water Gulf of Mexico
The Johnson-Sea-Link manned submersible was used to investigate surface slumps in the deep water Gulf of Mexico. High quality and specifically placed seafloor cores, video tapes, 35 mm...

GIS Applications Floodplain Reconnaissance Studies
U.S. Army Engineer District, New Orleans (NOD) employed a Geographic Information System (GIS) to support a flood plain management Reconnaissance Study. The study region encompassed the...

Civil Engineering Applications of Remote Sensing London Docklands—A Case Study in Applied GIS
This paper addresses the role of remote sensing and Geographic Information System (GIS) technology in transforming the London Docklands from a run-down area of urban decline to a spectacular...

Aerial Photographic Analysis of Boat Traffic Distributions in Cumberland Sound, Georgia

Monitoring Seagrass Distribution and Abundance Patterns

Marine Resource Mapping and Monitoring in Florida

Thurston Regional Wetland Mapping Methodology

Photography from Space as Environmental Regulatory Tool: Remote Sensing and the Prosecutor

Oceanographic Earth Observations by Space Shuttle Astronauts
Thirty years of manned space flights have produced over 100,000 photographs of the Earth. Many of these photographs describe various coastal processes and oceanographic phenomena at a...

Remote Sensing and the Coastal Management in Brazil
This paper intends to demonstrate the possibility of employing remote sensing techniques in the Brazilian Coastal Management Program (Programa Brasileiro de Gerenciamento Costeiro). It...

Aerial Videotape Mapping of Coastal Geomorphic Changes
An aerial geomorphic mapping system was developed to examine the spatial and temporal variability in the coastal geomorphology of Louisiana. Between 1984 and 1990 eleven sequential annual...

NOAA CoastWatch: Imagery for Coastal Resource Management and Research
As part of the Coastal Ocean Program, NOAA CoastWatch is developing systems that will provide enchanced near real-time high resolution imagery from meteorological satellites; habitat change...

 

 

 

 

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