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Use of Remote Sensing in Detecting & Analyzing Natural Hazards & Disaster, 1972-1998: A Partially Annotated Bibliography
Use of Remote Sensing in Detecting & Analyzing Natural Hazards & Disaster, 1972-1998: A Partially Annotated Bibliography
 
Our Price: $30.00
Year: 1999
Pages: 101
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756714737

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Pamela S. Showalter & Matthew Ramspott (eds.). This bibliography demonstrates the extent to which satellite remote sensing has been used in disaster analysis & mgmt. Satellite images can help detect & monitor geophysical hazards, predict or warn of impact, manage emergencies, & improve planning to reduce human vulnerability. Obtaining real-time or near real-time imagery is not necessarily the goal for hazards analysis. Rather, the technology can help define areas of potential exposure to hazards as well as ways to prevent or mitigate the effects of those hazards. This information can be used by by environmental managers with a working knowledge of remote sensing techniques.

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