Preliminary Analysis of Multispectral Electronic Self-Scanning Radiometer Imagery from the Marine Observation Satellite

Digital Mapping of Mangroves in Middle Andamans of India

Digital Interactive Ocean Feature Analysis Techniques in an Operational Environment

New Clues to PMP
Great changes have occurred in meterology in the last two decades. Formerly, weather data were available for forecasting and climatological analyses only at points - at weather stations....

Sensing by Satellite
Commercially available data collected by U.S. and French satellites re helping civil engineers take a closer look at our planet. Also available are PC-based image processing systems that...

AgriMet—ET Phones Home—(Adaptation of Satellite Telemetry for Crop Water Use Modeling in the Pacific Northwest)
The development of a regional automatic agricultural weather station network in the Pacific Northwest (AgriMet) is enabling the site-specific calculation of evapotranspiration (ET) through...

A Space-Based Communications Concept to Support Mars Exploration Missions
Both the Soviet Union and the United States have expressed a desire to conduct further exploration of Mars and both sides have raised the possibility of joint Mars missions. In addition,...

Solar Power Satellite - A Re-Visit
The United States should renew activities investigating the production of baseload electrical power for use on Earth from space. Technology change, world events, and the dictates of the...

Segregating Sediment Resuspension Processes with Averaged Landsat Data

Satellite-Tracked Buoy Activities in Saudi Arabia
During the pollution threat on the Gulf caused by the collapse of the NOWRUZ oil field well in February 1983, the Meteorology and Environmental Administration (MEPA) established an Oil...

The U.S. Geological Survey's National Real-Time Hydrologic Information System Using Goes Satellite Technology
The U. S. Geological Survey maintains the basic hydrologic data collection system for the United States. The Survey is upgrading the collection system with electronic communications technologies...

Remote Sensing of Estuarine Dynamics Using the NOAA Polar-Orbiting Weather Satellites
The Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) onboard the NOAA-n series polar-orbiting weather satellites collects data that can be used to estimate surface water temperature and...

Satellites Monitor Eutrophication of Estuaries
In a study on eutrophication of estuaries, NOAA/AVHRR satellite data have been analyzed for the Changjiang River plume and the adjacent coastal areas. The different regimes identified...

Satellite Data for Adjudications in Idaho
A succession of events following a lawsuit by a power company against the state of Idaho has led to a general adjudication for a majority of the Snake River basin in Idaho. Past adjudication...

Satellite Remote Sensing for Regional Crop Inventories
LANDSAT 4 and 5 Satellite spectral images of the Columbia Basin were obtained during the 1984, 1985 and 1986 growing seasons by Cropix, Inc. of Hermiston, Oregon. A field classification...

The Applicability of Satellite Altimetry Data to Tidal Models
Different tidal regimes require different data assimilation schemes. In all cases, however, it is better to perform a separate tidal solution before assimilation. For proper assimilation...

Real Time Vehicle Systems Monitoring
The system, which has recently been developed, consists of onboard vehicle micro-processor monitoring, data reduction and transmission components, a VHF or satellite communications link,...

Application of Satellite Remote Sensing for Identification of Irrigated Lands in the Newlands Project (abstract)
As one element of Operating Criteria and Procedures for the Newlands Project in west-central Nevada, the Bureau of Reclamation has compiled an irrigation water rights spatial data base....

Remote Sensing to Assess Effects of Hydroelectric Development
Planning for hydroelectric development of rivers in the province of Ontario, Canada requires extensive environmental evaluation and assessment. To test the feasibility of using digital...

Corps of Engineers Automation of Real-Time Water Control Management
Automation of real-time water control management activities has enabled the Corps to keep pace with an ever increasing workload in a time of fiscal constraint and reduced manpower. Where...

 

 

 

 

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