2 edition of Ground-based photographic monitoring found in the catalog.
Ground-based photographic monitoring
Frederick C. Hall
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, OR
|Statement||Frederick C. Hall.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|Series||General technical report PNW -- GTR-503., General technical report PNW -- 503.|
|LC Classifications||SD11 .A479 no.503, QH541.15.M64 H35 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||340 p. :|
|Number of Pages||340|
Ground-based whole sky cameras have opened up new opportunities for monitoring the earth's atmosphere. These cameras are an important complement . than photo-monitoring and recording observations. This publication will help landowners develop a photo-monitoring program for their property. Other aspects of monitoring are covered in other publications (see Additional Reading). Photo monitor-ing is a valuable tool for documenting your management as well as conditions or.
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This book examines air pollution of a big city using multi-year and multi-season data from ground-based air monitoring stations and satellite sounding data, which provides more clear and detailed information on the main sources of air pollution, the long-term trend of pollution, the influence of meteorological parameters on pollution levels, and trajectories of polluted air masses. NJDOT Minimum Guidelines for Aerial Photogrammetric Mapping Table of Contents TC- 2 c. Sidelap Quality of Photography Scale of Negatives PHOTOGRAMMETRIC GROUND CONTROL Datum Ground Control Points Targeting Control Points Photo-identifiable Control Points 3.
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It is a way to document management activities and evaluate changes. Get this from a library. Ground-based photographic monitoring. [Frederick C Hall; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)]. The methodology of ground-based photographic monitoring that has been used for this analysis is based on work by Suwa and Okuda (); Calvo-Cases and Harvey (), Calvo-Cases et al., ( information.
See the Photo Point Monitoring Handbook (Hall ), or Ground Based File Size: KB.Ground-based photographic monitoring [electronic resource] / Frederick C.
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photographic database accurately represents watershed conditions and is suitable for meeting stated objectives. This section provides an overview of ground-based photographic, or photo-point, monitoring, including specific elements of an acceptable protocol and example applications.
Procedure. Photo-point monitoring requires careful Ground-based photographic monitoring book to. Ground-Based Digital Photography. Within this project we developed a ground-based station that houses independent, programmable digital cameras that were installed at several locations in the Mojave Desert, with the first one located in the Soda Lake area.
Ground-based multi-view photogrammetry for the monitoring of landslide deformation and erosion () have recently demonstrated that terrestrial time-lapse photography is a valuable tool for the monitoring of slow-moving R.
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Conventional photo retrieval approaches were inefficient to find significant photos in ground-based monitoring using a large amount of photos taken after The Great East Japan Earthquake.
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On sale. Recently, a cloud-storage service provides a large amount of geotagged photos. However, conventional point-based photo retrieval is inefficient to find significant photos in some operations, such as a disaster monitoring from a large amount of photos. Therefore, photo retrieval is required to improve the efficiency in the disaster : Hirotaka Endo, Shinya Hattori, Konosuke Kataoka, Daichi Aihara, Masafumi Nakagawa.
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Hall. applications of photo point monitoring, refer to the USDA Photo Point Monitoring Handbook (Hall ).
Define Monitoring Objectives. Photo documentation may be established for a variety of reasons, and different objectives will generally require different techniques.
To obtain relevant and accurate information, the objective for monitoring File Size: KB. diation. Therefore, high-resolution ground-based imag-ers are required for continuous and effective monitoring of the earth’s atmosphere.
In this article, we show how a number of popular state-of-the-art machine-learning methods can be effectively used in remote sensing in general and ground-based image analysis, in particular.
At larger scales, the same workflow is followed for ground-based digital mapping of open-pit minesites and large outcrops. Trials involving ground-based digital mapping of a > m long open pit required – photos with a 28 mm focal length lens, and – photos with a 50 mm lens.
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Unfortunately, accurate, height-resolved global-scale measurements of atmospheric humidity are. GMMS ground monitoring system is a solid-state device that continuously monitors the integrity of an electrical grounding system and automatically reacts if a problem occurs.
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