1 edition of Remote sensing in cultural resource management found in the catalog.
Remote sensing in cultural resource management
by Cultural Resources Management Division, National Park Service in Washington, D.C
|Other titles||The San Juan Basin project.|
|Statement||edited by Dwight L. Drager and Thomas R. Lyons.|
|Contributions||Southwest Cultural Resources Center. Remote Sensing Division.|
|LC Classifications||GF504.S18 R45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
Use of GIS and Remote Sensing in Cultural Resource Management Douglas C. Comer, Ph.D. Principal, CSRM, Inc. dcomer@ Cape Coast, Ghana WHS US/ICOMOS Historic Preservation Project, Central Region A joint project with Conservation International, funded by USAID/Ghana Demonstration project of the US/ICOMOS. It provides a survey of the history and development of the field, connecting satellite remote sensing in archaeology to broader developments in remote sensing, archaeological method and theory, cultural resource management, and environmental studies/5(12).
The selection of the right technology is very important and strictly related to the project requirements, budget and user’s experience. Remote Sensing is a technology of obtaining geometrical and semantic information about the Earth and its environment from noncontact imaging using various types of sensors. Beginning with the history and basic concepts of remote sensing and GIS, the book gives an exhaustive coverage of optical, thermal and microwave remote sensing, global navigation satellite systems (such as GPS), digital photogrammetry, visual image analysis, digital image processing, spatial and attribute data model, geospatial analysis, and planning, /5(77).
Volume 3 – Remote Sensing for the Earth Sciences; Volume 4 – Remote Sensing for Natural Resource Management and Environmental Monitoring; Introduction to Remote Sensing (Fifth edition). By James B. Campbell and Randolph Wynne. Available at the Map Library. Multiple editions available. Cite this Record. Remote Sensing in Cultural Resource Management: the San Juan Basin Project. Dwight L. Drager, Thomas R. Lyons. (tDAR id: )Author: Dwight L. Drager, Thomas R. Lyons.
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