Vince Salomonson contributes to Encyclopedia of Remote Sensing
Department of Geography Research Professor Vince Salomonson is a section editor of a new book on remote sensing. Encyclopedia of Remote Sensing is a reference for remote sensing concepts, techniques, instrumentation, data analysis, interpretation, and applications. Dr. Salomonson's contributions help make this book one of the most comprehensive and up-to-date books on the field of remote sensing.
DR. VINCE SALOMONSON
Publisher: Springer New York
Publication date: 3/15/2014
Series: Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series
Edition description: 2014
Edition number: 1
Remote sensing has revolutionized the scientific study of the Earth by enabling measurements of more detailed and hitherto unexplored phenomena with spatially-extensive and global perspectives. Various disciplines and industries have benefited from the dramatic discoveries enabled by remote sensing. This volume cuts across these disciplines and describes the basic foundations, principles and state of the art of remote sensing. It covers the development of remote sensing, the theoretical underpinnings, forward modeling, commercial applications, and global and international coordination and policy. This first encyclopaedic reference on remote sensing describes the concepts, techniques, instrumentation, data analysis, interpretation, and applications of remote sensing, both airborne and space-based. Scientists, engineers, academics, and students can quickly access answers to their reference questions and direction for further study.