Earth Observation of Global Changes (EOGC) by Jukka M. KrispEarth Observation of Global Changes (EOGC) by Jukka M. Krisp

Earth Observation of Global Changes (EOGC)

byJukka M. KrispEditorLiqiu Meng, Roland Pail

Hardcover | November 13, 2012

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This book provides a collection of selected articles that have been submitted to the Earth Observation and Global Changes (EOGC2011) Conference. All articles have been carefully reviewed by an international board of top-level experts. The book covers a wide variety of topics including Physical Geodesy, Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing, High-Resolution and Fast-Revisiting Remote Sensing Satellite Systems, Global Change & Change Detection, Spatial Modelling, GIS & Geovisualization. The articles document concrete results of current studies related to Earth Sciences. The book is intended for researchers and experts working in the area of Spatial Data Analysis, Environmental Monitoring/Analysis, Global Change Monitoring and related fields.
Title:Earth Observation of Global Changes (EOGC)Format:HardcoverDimensions:293 pagesPublished:November 13, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3642327133

ISBN - 13:9783642327131

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Table of Contents

Global gravity field models and their use in Earth system research.- Enhanced TEC Maps Based on Different Space-Geodetic Observations.- EnMAP Ground Segment Design: An Overview and Its Hyperspectral Image Processing Chain.- Robust Phase-Correlation based Registration of Airborne Videos using Motion Estimation.- Ozone seasonal variation with ground-based and satellite equipments at Évora Observatory - Portugal during 2007-2010.- Detecting and Characterizing Settlement Changes in developing countries using VHSR data - case of the Coastal Area of Benin.- Multispectral remote sensing of invasive aquatic plants using RapidEye.