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Small-format aerial photography : principles, techniques and geoscience applications

저자: James S Aber; Irene Marzolff; Johannes B Ries
출판사: Amsterdam ; London : Elsevier Science, 2010.
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As the need for geographical data rapidly expands in the 21st century, so too do applications of small-format aerial photography for a wide range of scientific, commercial and governmental purposes. Small-format Aerial Photography (SFAP) presents basic and advanced principles and techniques with an emphasis on digital cameras. Unmanned platforms are described in considerable detail, including kites, helium and  더 읽기…
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Aber, James S.
Small-format aerial photography.
Amsterdam ; London : Elsevier Science, 2010
(OCoLC)502035606
자료 유형: 문서, 인터넷 자료
문서 형식: 인터넷 자원, 컴퓨터 파일
모든 저자 / 참여자: James S Aber; Irene Marzolff; Johannes B Ries
ISBN: 9780444532602 0444532609 0080932835 9780080932835 1282737511 9781282737518
OCLC 번호: 643058035
설명: 1 online resource.
내용: Part I --
Chapter 1: Introduction to small-format aerial photography --
1-1. Overview --
1-2. Brief history --
1-2.1. 19th century --
1-2.2. 20th century --
1-3. Photography and imagery --
1-4. Conventional aerial photography --
1-5. Small-format aerial photography --
1-6. Summary --
Chapter 2: Basic principles of SFAP --
2-1. Remote sensing --
2-1.1. Ideal remote sensing --
2-1.2. Actual SFAP --
2-2. Common aspects of SFAP --
2-2.1. Image vantage --
2-2.2. Photographic scale and resolution --
2-2.3. Relief displacement --
2-2.4. Stereoscopic images --
2-3. Photographic storage --
2-4. Summary --
Chapter 3: Photogrammetry --
3-1. Introduction --
3-2. Geometry of single photographs --
3-2.1. Vertical photography --
3-2.2. Tilted photography --
3-2.3. Interior orientation --
3-2.4. Exterior orientation --
3-3. Geometry of stereophotographs --
3-3.1. Principle of stereoscopic viewing --
3-3.2. Base-height ratio and stereoscopic coverage --
3-3.3. 3D measurements from stereomodels --
3-3.4. Creating stereomodels with aerial triangulation by bundle-block adjustment --
3-4. Quantitative analysis of photographs --
3-4.1. Measuring and mapping from single photographs --
3-4.2. Manual measuring and mapping from stereomodels --
3-4.3. Automatic DEM extraction from stereomodels --
3-5. Summary --
Chapter 4: Lighting and atmospheric conditions --
4-1. Introduction --
4-2. Multiview-angle effects --
4-3. Bidirectional reflectance distribution function --
4-4. Multispectral effects --
4-5. Latitude and seasonal conditions --
4-6. Clouds --
4-7. Shadows --
4-8. Summary --
Chapter 5: Photographic composition --
5-1. Introduction --
5-2. Basic elements of photographic composition --
5-2.1. Oblique and vertical views --
5-2.2. Linear features --
5-2.3. Image depth --
5-2.4. Pattern and texture --
5-2.5. Color --
5-3. Combining compositional elements --
5-4. Photographs vs. human vision --
5.5. Summary --
Part II --
Chapter 6: Cameras for SFAP --
6-1. Introduction --
6-2. Film camera basics --
6-3. Digital camera basics --
6-3.1. Types of digital cameras --
6-3.2. Image sensors --
6-3.3. Image file formats --
6-4. Camera geometry and light --
6-4.1. Focal length --
6-4.2. Lens aperture --
6-4.3. Shutter speed --
6-4.4. Film speed or ISO rating --
6-4.5. Camera exposure settings --
6-4.6. Image degradation --
6-5. Color-infrared photography --
6-6. Camera capabilities for SFAP --
6-6.1. Camera lens --
6-6.2. Image sensor --
6-6.3. File format --
6-6.4. Camera type --
6-6.5. Camera calibration --
6-7. Summary --
Chapter 7: Camera mounting systems --
7-1. Introduction --
7-2. Camera operation --
7-3. Detachable mounts --
7-3.1. Single-camera suspended rigs --
7-3.2. Multiple-camera suspended rigs --
7-3.3. Attaching suspendable mounts to a platform --
7-3.4. Detactable modular unit mounts --
7-4. Fixed mounts --
7-5. Summary --
Chapter 8: Platforms for SFAP --
8-1. Introduction --
8-2. Manned light-sport aircraft --
8-2.1. Powered light-sport aircraft --
8-2.2. Unpowered light-sport aircraft --
8-3. Lighter-than-air platforms --
8-3.1. Lifting gases --
8-3.2. Helium blimp --
8-3.3. Hot-air blimp --
8-4. Kite aerial photography --
8-4.1. Kites for SFAP --
8-4.2. Kite-flying equipment --
8-4.3. Ground operations --
8-5. Drones for SFAP --
8-5.1. Basic model airplane --
8-5.2. Autopiloted model airplane --
8-5.3. Powered paraglider --
8-6. Pros and cons of different platforms --
8-7. Summary --
Chapter 9: SFAP survey planning and implementation --
9-1. Introduction --
9-2. Travel and equipment logistics --
9-3. Site accessibility and characteristics --
9-3.1. Local site accessibility --
9-3.2. Flight obstacles --
9-3.3. Local wind conditions --
9-3.4. High-altitude SFAP --
9-4. Ground Control --
9-4.1. GCP installation --
9-4.2. GCP coordinate measurement --
9-5. Flight planning considerations --
9-5.1. Image scale and resolution --
9-5.2. Stereoscopic and large-area coverage --
9-6. Flight planning example --
9-6.1. Initial calculations: Complete coverage with single image --
9-6.2. Revised calulations: Optimal image resolution --
9-6.3. Consequences for aerial survey design --
9-6.4. Ideal flightline calculation --
9-7. Flight planning for oblique SFAP --
9-8. Legal issues --
9-8.1. German regulations --
9-8.2. Regulations in the U.S. and other countries --
9-8.3. Insurance --
9-9. Summary --
Chapter 10. Image interpretation --
10-1. Introduction --
10-2. Image interpretability --
10-3. SFAP interpretation --
10-3.1. Water and drainage --
10-3.2. Geomorphology --
10-3.3. Vegetation and agriculture --
10-3.4. Cultural heritage and archaeology --
10-3.5. Soils --
10-4. Summary --
Chapter 11: Image processing and analysis --
11-1. Introduction --
11-2. Geometric correction and georeferencing --
11-2.1. Reference coordinate systems --
11-2.2. Image rectification --
11-2.3. Image mosaics --
11-3. Image enhancement --
11-3.1. Correcting lens-dependent aberrations --
11-3.2. Contrast enhancement --
11-3.3. Image filtering --
11-4. Image transformation --
11-4.1. Image ratios and vegetation indices --
11-4.2. Principal components analysis and color-space transformations --
11-5. Image classification --
11-6. Stereoviewing and photogrammetric analysis --
11-6.1. Creating simple on-screen stereoviews --
11-6.2. Using printouts under a stereoscope --
11-6.3. Digital stereoviewing --
11-6.4. Stereoscopic measuring and mapping --
11-6.5. DEM generation --
11-7. Software for SFAP analysis --
11-8. Summary --
Part III --
Chapter 12: Glacial geomorphology --
12-1. Introduction --
12-2. Glacial erosion --
12-3. Glacial deposition --
12-4. Glacial deformation --
12-5. Summary --
Chapter 13: Gully erosion monitoring --
13-1. Introduction --
13-2. Study sites and survey --
13-3. Gully mapping and change analysis --
13-4. Summary --
Chapter 14: Wetland environments --
14-1. Overview --
14-2. Raised bogs, Estonia --
14-2.1. Endla Nature Reserve --
14-2.2. Nigula Nature Reserve --
14-2.3. Discussion --
14-3. Prairie marshes and playas, Kansas --
14-3.1. Cheyenne Bottoms --
14-3.2. Dry Lake --
14-3.3. Discussion --
14-4. Summary --
Chapter 15: Biocontrol of salt cedar --
15-1. Salt cedar problem --
15-2. USBR study site --
15-3. Analysis of KAP results --
15-4. Summary --
Chapter 16: Vegetation and erosion --
16-1. Introduction --
16-2. Monitoring vegetation and erosion test sites --
16-3. Influence of grazing on vegetation cover --
16-4. Combating desertification and soil degradation --
16-5. Summary --
Chapter 17: Soil mapping and soil degradation --
17-1. Introduction --
17-2. Soils and long-term human land use --
17-3. Summary --
Chapter 18: Architecture and property management --
18-1. Introduction --
18-2. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri --
18-3. Property management, Lake Kahola, Kansas --
18-4. Summary --
Chapter 19: Golf course management --
19-1. Overview --
19-2. Garden City, Kansas.
책임: by James Aber, Irene Marzolff, Johannes Ries.

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