Optical Remote Sensing: Present Status and Future Direction

William B. Grant

Optical remote sensing (ORS) has become a valuable, if not indispensable tool for modern civilization for a number of reasons. ORS is often cost-effective compared with other techniques. Large geographical regions can be monitored quasi-continuously. Inaccessible or hazardous areas can be probed conveniently and safely.

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Optical Remote Sensing: Present Status and Future Direction

William B. Grant

Optical remote sensing (ORS) has become a valuable, if not indispensable tool for modern civilization for a number of reasons. ORS is often cost-effective compared with other techniques. Large geographical regions can be monitored quasi-continuously. Inaccessible or hazardous areas can be probed conveniently and safely.

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Publish Date: 01 January 1995


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