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Discovering the Ocean from Space: The unique applications of satellite oceanography (Springer Praxis Books) ePub download

by Ian S. Robinson

  • Author: Ian S. Robinson
  • ISBN: 3540244301
  • ISBN13: 978-3540244301
  • ePub: 1273 kb | FB2: 1805 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Engineering
  • Publisher: Springer; 2010 edition (October 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 638
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Discovering the Ocean from Space: The unique applications of satellite oceanography (Springer Praxis Books) ePub download

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Explores the aspects of oceanography which have benefited most from the advent of satellite remote sensing techniques. A book about ocean remote sensing which is organised about oceanographic topics rather than the instruments and sensing techniques.

This book offers a survey of the contribution of satellite data to the study of the ocean, focusing on the special insights that only satellite data can bring to oceanography. Topics range from ocean waves to ocean biology.

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The ocean of planet Earth still holds many secrets Satellite remote sensing is frequently used as a data source due to it.

The ocean of planet Earth still holds many secrets. It demonstrates the applications of satellite oceanography, showing it to be an exciting tool which in future should unlock more of the ocean’s mysteries. It also describes how the particular sampling capabilities of sensors above the Earth can be put to work in the more operational tasks of monitoring, forecasting, and managing the marine environment

Автор: Ian S. Robinson Название: Discovering the Oceans from Space .

Completely new will be material covering advances in oceanography that have grown out of remote sensing, including some of the global applications of the data

This book offers a survey of the contribution of satellite data to the study of the ocean, focusing on the special insights that only satellite data can bring to oceanography. Topics range from ocean waves to ocean biology, spanning scales from basins to estuaries. Some chapters cover applications to pure research while others show how satellite data can be used operationally for tasks such as pollution monitoring or oil-spill detection.