Remote Sensing and GIS for Site Characterization: Applications and Standards

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Vernon Singhroy, D. Nebert, Arnold Ivan Johnson
ASTM International, 1996 - 177 pages
Contains selected papers from the title international symposium, held in January 1994 in San Francisco, CA. Sections on remote sensing applications, geographic information system (GIS), site characterization, and standards detail the latest findings in areas such as digital elevation data; Landsat T

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Contents

OverviewV H Singhroy D D Nebert and A I Johnson
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Advanced Technologies
17
Digital Elevation Data Landsat TM and Magnetic Data for Visualization
29
Data Transfer Necessary Interfaces and Applications in a Modular Snow
38
A Concept for Remote Sensing Data Selection and Method Selection
47
Spatial Data Technologies for Environmental Management Within
53
Integration of a GIS Data Set with Aerial Photography Using GPS
66
Basic Data Requirements for GroundWater GIS SystemsPhilip L Hall
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Development of a GIS for Environmental Assessment Incorporating Known
101
Environmental Remote Sensing of Military Exercise Areas in Germany
107
Integrating an ObjectOriented GIS in a Geohydrological Information
117
Interpreting the ASTM Content Standard for Digital Geospatial
126
Application of Content Standards for Digital Geospatial Metadata
146
The National Aerial Photography Program As a Digital Ortho Image
154
Appendix 1Glossary of Acronyms Terms and Definitions 163
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Author Index
175

The Importance of Undergraduate Graduate Technical and Applied GIS
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