Remote Sensing General

Remote sensing is the process of detecting and monitoring the physical characteristics of an area by measuring its reflected and emitted radiation at a distance from the targeted area. Special cameras collect remotely sensedĀ images of the Earth, which...
Remote sensing is the gathering of information about the Earth from a distance. Information can be collected about the land using special cameras and instruments located just a few feet above the Earth's surface, from an airplane flying hundreds to...
A Fiducial site is a geographic location that is used as a benchmark for the long-term monitoring of processes, both natural and anthropogenic, associated with the causes and effects of global environmental change. The Global Fiducials Library (GFL) is a...