Here is the listing of Best reference books on Remote Sensing Technology.
|1. “Remote Sensing Principles and Interpretation” by Sabins F.F
Book Review: This is a very good book or introductory courses in remote sensing and contains chapter that provides introduction to remote sensing systems and the interactions that occur between electromagnetic energy and materials that are the base of remote sensing. The other chapters in the book describe many imaging systems. The book also contains descriptions of practical applications of remote sensing to environmental monitoring, exploration of minerals and oils, geographical information systems and many more.
|2. “Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation” by Lillesand T.M. and Kieffer R.W
Book Review: This book explains the technologies of remote sensing like geographic information systems and global positioning system and their impact on government, sciences and businesses. This is a very good textbook for introductory courses in remote sensing and is also a very good reference book for practicing professionals who deal with geospatial information and analysis. All in all this is a very good book for people dealing with geospatial data acquisition and analysis.
|3. “Introduction to the Physics and Techniques of Remote Sensing” by Elachi C
Book Review: The book explains the science and engineering basics that are needed to understand remote sensing thereby illustrating its applications in real world situations. The book discusses the physics that is present in the interaction between wave and matter, techniques used for data collection and many remote sensing applications. The book contains chapters that discusses the basic properties of electromagnetic waves, matter interaction, electromagnetic spectrum and also presents the techniques for acquiring, measuring and studying information and waves. This book is suitable for students studying electrical engineering, physics, geology, astronomy and aeronautics.
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