TERRA- 1: Understanding The Terrestrial Environment : The Role of Earth Observations from Space
This text aims to offer information on research approaches to assessing global environment changes. It includes suggestions for the exchange of ideas between those studying land surface and remote sensing specialists, and advocates synthesizing the findings of different disciplines.
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- Hardback | 251 pages
- 156 x 235 x 20.32mm | 590g
- 01 Aug 1992
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
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Table of contents
The application of remotely-sensed data to ice sheets; long-term land surface processes erosion, tectonics and climate; volcanology; arid lands; climate models; tropical deforestation; land surface temperature; terrain features; large-scale environmental databases; geographical information systems.