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by Robin A. Vaughan,Arthur P. Cracknell

eBook Remote Sensing and Global Climate Change (Nato ASI Subseries I:) download ISBN: 3540584714
Author: Robin A. Vaughan,Arthur P. Cracknell
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (December 13, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 495
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Climate Change - The Background.

Remote Sensing and Global Climate Change. Experts report the state of the art in the study of global climate change using remote sensing techniques. Topics covered include the principles of remote sensing, the management of data, data requirements in climatology, the principles of modelling, the input of data into models, and the application of remote sensing to the atmosphere, ice and snow, seas and land. Climate Change - The Background. Remote Sensing, Systems and Data.

Experts report the state of the art in the study of global climate change using remote sensing techniques.

Conference proceedings. The book is highly topical given the current great public and scientific awareness of possible man-made changes to the climate.

Climate change-the IPCC scientific assessment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). eds) Remote Sensing and Global Climate Change

Climate change-the IPCC scientific assessment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). Jäger, . and Ferguson, H. 1991, Climate Change: Science, Impacts and Policy. Proceedings of the Second World Climate Conference (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). Jones, . Russell, and Wigley, T. M. 1989, Ozone depletion: health and environmental consequences (Chichester: John Wiley). eds) Remote Sensing and Global Climate Change. NATO ASI Series (Series I: Global Environmental Change), vol 24. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (volume 24.

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (volume 24). Abstract. Various previous chapters have been concerned with several aspects of the oceanic factor in global climate change and it is not intended to repeat that material in this chapter. This chapter, therefore, will concentrate on practical applications of satellite data to marine science in the general context of global climate change.

Experts report the state of the art in the study of global climate change using remote sensing techniques. Experts report the state of the art in the study of global climate change using remote sensing techniques Cite.

Автор: Cracknell Arthur P. Название: Remote Sensing and Climate .

However data captured from remote sensing systems in space and covering the whole earth can yield evidence of climate change from extensive areas.

Background (A P Cracknell). 2. Global climate change. Socio-economic aspects of the problem (K Ya Kondratyev and A P Cracknell). 3. Satellite climatology - current and future European systems (R A vaughan). 4. Atmosphereic data assimilation (A O' Neill). 5. Land cover datasets derived from Earth observation systems for global change science (A Belward). 6. Calibration of the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (C R Nagarajao Rao and J T sullivan). 7. Long-term global climate datasets from operational satellites (G Ohring).

The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing, and Spatial . Climate forcing by aerosols-A Hazy Picture. Springer-Verlag, Berlin: NATO ASI Series.

The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing, and Spatial Information Sciences 40, 7/W3, pp. 851-855. 2013: Jehl, . Farges, . & Blanc, E. (2013). Color pictures of sprites from non-dedicated observations on board the International Space Station. Science, 300, 1103-1104. Cracknell (Ed., Remote Sensing and Global Change Science, 124 (p. 55-365). 1993: Lulla, K. (1993). Space Shuttle Earth Observations database for urban applications.

Experts report the state of the art in the study of global climate change using remote sensing techniques. Topics covered include the principles of remote sensing, the management of data, data requirements in climatology, the principles of modelling, the input of data into models, and the application of remote sensing to the atmosphere, ice and snow, seas and land. The book is highly topical given the current great public and scientific awareness of possible man-made changes to the climate. It is essential reading for anyone new to the field, and invaluable as a reference work to those already working in it.