Application of remote sensing for marine fisheries and climate change studies in India - Winter School on Impact of Climate Change on Indian Marine Fisheries held at CMFRI, Cochin 18.1.2008 to 7.2.2008

Singh, V V (2008) Application of remote sensing for marine fisheries and climate change studies in India - Winter School on Impact of Climate Change on Indian Marine Fisheries held at CMFRI, Cochin 18.1.2008 to 7.2.2008. [Teaching Resource]

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Abstract

The term ‘remote sensing’ implies feeling from a distance and applies to “the acquisition of information about a portion of the earth’s surface, utilizing instruments operated from a distance”. The term is restricted to the methods that employ electromagnetic energy such as light, heat and radio waves as the means of deflecting and measuring target characteristics. The physical basis of remote sensing is the platforms like aircraft and satellites. Operational types of remote sensing include aerial photographs, false colour IR photos, radar imaging, thermal IR scanning and satellite remote sensing.

Item Type: Teaching Resource
Uncontrolled Keywords: remote sensing; marine fisheries; climate change; India
Subjects: Oceanography > Remote sensing
Marine Environment > Climate change
Divisions: CMFRI-Mumbai
Depositing User: Users 171 not found.
Date Deposited: 18 Oct 2010 08:42
Last Modified: 09 Sep 2015 15:32
URI: http://eprints.cmfri.org.in/id/eprint/5303

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