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Title: Remote Sensing: Geology and Planetary applications
Authors: Hall-Beyer, Mryka
Keywords: remote sensing;spectra;minerals;rocks;planets
Issue Date: 10-Apr-2017
Abstract: This is an overview of remote sensing as it applies to geological applications. It is intended for those with some basic background in remote sensing image processing and analysis, and preferably introductory mineralogy or petrology. Topics covered at : miner and rock spectra and why they are as they are; spatial data of use to geology; planetary remote sensing.The presentation is in audio format, however clicking on "notes" in the pdf screen will bring up an approximate transcription of the lecture for quick referral or for use by those unable to use the audio. The total run time is slightly under 1 hr 20 minutes; I do not recommend viewing in one sitting1
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/51914
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