The side-looking airborne radar program of the US Geological Survey ( Appalachian Mountains).
SLAR images are being analysed by the USGS to support mapping of geologic structures in the folded and thrust-faulted Appalachian Mountains, geological hazard appraisal, and monitoring of foliage cover for use in geological research. Four examples of SLAR imagery acquired during the 1982 flight program are illustrated and discussed.-R.House
|The side-looking airborne radar program of the US Geological Survey ( Appalachian Mountains).
|C. S. Southworth
|Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing
|USGS Publications Warehouse