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The Secrets of Lop Nor Lake

China’s “Great Ear” is the name for Lop Nor, located at the eastern end of the Tarim Basin. This name is clearly illustrated by the satellite image. The salt lake

GIS

The Breathing Earth

John Nelson has created “A Breathing Earth,” a series of animated GIFs made from NASA’s cloud-free satellite imagery of the Earth that show the oscillations of snow and greenery as the

Photogrammetry

Important Terminologies of Photogrammetry

1. Vertical photograph: A photograph exposed with the optical axis of the camera coinciding with the direction of gravity or optical axis of the camera held vertical. 2. Tilted Photograph:

Photogrammetry

Basics of Photogrammetry

What is Photogrammetry? The classical definition of Photogrammetry is the process of deriving metric information about an object through measurement made on the photograph of the object. Photogrammetry is the

Photogrammetry

Basic Photogrammetry

The classical definition of Photogrammetry is the process of deriving metric information about an object through measurement made on the photograph of the object. Photogrammetry is the science of making

E-books

Beginning MapServer: Open Source GIS Development by Bill Kropla

Beginning MapServer: Open Source GIS Development – Bill Kropla   Download Beginning MapServer: Open Source GIS Development – Bill Kropla “This blog does not host any contents or data. All the files linked to other

Global Positioning System

GPS Free and Open

The United States and United Kingdom have announced that the British government would end efforts to obtain patent or intellectual property (IP) rights related to GPS . The two governments

Remote Sensing

NASA Land-Cover and Land-Use Change (LCLUC) Program

Today I would like to take you for a short tour of Land-Cover and Land-Use Change (LCLUC) Program of NASA.  LCLUC is an interdisciplinary science program in the Earth Science Division of

E-books

GIS Introduction & Overview by University of Missouri,Columbia

GIS Introduction & Overview by University of Missouri,Columbia This presentation/e-book provide a basic introduction about GIS. Download GIS Introduction & Overview – University of Missouri,Columbia “This blog does not host any contents or data.

Remote Sensing

Anisotropy and BRDF

Our most of the Remote sensing is being sensed from Nadir position which is a position directly beneath the sensor, by forming a right angle from surface but various experiments