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Launch of Lansat-7 Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus (ETM+) on 15 April 1999 at Vandenberg Air Force Base
The term remote sensing encompasses methods that employ electromagnetic energy as the means of detecting and measuring target characteristics, commonly with sensors mounted on aircraft or satellite platforms. SWRC remote sensing research has been directed toward four general activities:
Calibration and signal processing
Algorithm and model development
Field experiments and inter-disciplinary programs
Moran, M. S., Y. Inoue and E. M. Barnes. Opportunities and limitations for image-based remote sensing in precision crop management, Rem. Sens. Env. 61:319-346. Published 1997.
Moran, M. S. Image-based remote sensing for agricultural management - perspectives of image providers, research scientists and users, 2nd Intl. Conf. Geospatial Information in Agric. and For. 10-12 Jan., Orlando, Fla. I-23-I-30. Published 2000.
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