1 edition of Remote sensing data summary : Mackenzie and Dempster highways found in the catalog.
Remote sensing data summary : Mackenzie and Dempster highways
by Ecological Impact Appraisal and Control Division, Federal Activities Environmental Branch, Environmental Conservation Directorate in Ottawa, Ont
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by W.L. Aird.|
|Series||Environmental Protection Service report series -- 75-2|
|Contributions||Aird, William J., 1946-, Canada. Ecological Impact Appraisal and Control Division., Canada. Environmental Protection Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Weather forecasting, Earth resource surveys that use remote sensing, vehicular traffic management, target classification and tracking, military and homeland defense, and battlefield assessment are some of the applications that benefit from the discussions of signature-generation phenomena, sensor fusion architectures, and data fusion algorithms. Moeness G. Amin, Fauzia Ahmad, in Academic Press Library in Signal Processing, Change detection. In its simplest form, the MTI processing is achieved by using the radar images corresponding to two data frames, which may be consecutive or separated by one or more data frames. Due to time multiplexing of transmitters, a data frame length T f is equal to M coherent integration.
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Tobias Ullmann, Andreas Schmitt and Thomas Jagdhuber, Two Component Decomposition of Dual Polarimetric HH/VV SAR Data: Case Study for the Tundra Environment of the Mackenzie Delta Region, Canada, Remote Sensing, 8, 12, (), ().Cited by: The increased level of information that remote sensing now makes available also allows more complex scientific questions to be addressed.
As defined for this book, remote sensing includes the vast array of geospatial data collected from land, water, ship, airborne and satellite platforms.
Remote Sensing, although challenged by the spatial and spectral heterogeneity of the urban environments (HEROLD et al.
JENSEN -COWENseems to be an appropriate source of urban data. Remote Sensing for Landscape Ecology: New Metric Indicators for Monitoring, Modeling, and Assessment of Ecosystems Book May with 38 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Frohn.
Ground Related Risk to Transportation Infrastructure October #GeoRiskTransport17 Page 2 This paper investigates: (1) current uses of remote sensing data in Highways England; (2) A summary of data used to compile this project, and an over view of the outputs is presented.
Imani M and Ghassemian H () Binary coding based feature extraction in remote sensing high dimensional data, Information Sciences: an International Journal, C, (), Online publication date: May Remote Sensing data in Qinghai-Tibet plateau SEA application for landscape-based, temporal analysis of wetland change in urban environments Remote sensing of terrestrial non-photosynthetic vegetation using hyperspectral, multispectral, SAR, and LiDAR data Detecting spatial and temporal changes in land cover on Aboriginal reserves.
Plot and remote sensing studies from the same region using the normalized difference vegetation index are consistent with the photographic results and indicate that the smaller shrubs between valleys are also increasing.
In Canada, Scandinavia, and parts of Russia, there is both plot and remote sensing evidence for shrub expansion. Summary of Mackenzie Delta permafrost field campaign (mCAN), Northwest Dempster and Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk highway corridor region; Morse, P D; Kokelj, S V; Sladen vues sous l'anlge de la télédétection / Saguenay flood: remote sensing data results; Canada Centre for Remote Sensing; Centre canadien de télédétection.
Spatial Data Analysis: Theory and Practice, first published inprovides a broad ranging treatment of the field of spatial data analysis. It begins with an overview of spatial data analysis and the importance of location (place, context and space) in scientific and policy related research.
Annotation This book describes the benefits of sensor fusion as illustrated by considering the characteristics of infrared, microwave, and millimeter-wave sensors, including the influence of the atmosphere on their performance, sensor system application scenarios that may limit sensor size but still require high resolution data, and the attributes of data fusion architectures and algorithms.5/5(1).
The Inuvik Satellite Station Facility (ISSF) is owned by the Government of Canada. It is located just off the Dempster Highway - roughly 3 km from the Mike Zubko Airport (YEV) and 10 km from Inuvik town center. There are four metre remote sensing antennas at the ISSF.
The Taiga Plains Ecozone+ is the large extent of boreal forest sweeping from the Arctic coast south along the Mackenzie River. The ecozone+ with its extensive peatlands, wetlands and intact blocks of forest provides important habitat for wildlife, especially waterfowl, endangered whooping cranes, the threatened wood bison, and caribou, including the threatened boreal caribou.
Licenced Year(s): Summary: The aim of this project is to combine remote sensing data, field measurements and biogeochemical modeling to improve methane emissions estimates from thawing permafrost peatland landscapes at local, regional and global scales.
To accomplish this, the research team will integrate data on water table and vegetation. Introduction. Satellite-based Earth observation (EO) provides a source of synoptic environmental information that is increasingly being exploited for ecological and biodiversity conservation applications (Turner et al.,Cohen and Goward,Kerr and Ostrovsky, ).Examples of ecological variables measurable using EO include vegetation type and land cover, phenology, vegetation Cited by: The Dempster and Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk Highways (ITH) comprise a km corridor connecting the region with southern Canada.
The corridor delivers a unique opportunity to develop a societally-relevant, northern-driven permafrost research network to encourage collaboration, and support pure and applied studies that engage stakeholders, encourage.
The Canadian permafrost community has been very active over the past year. Plans are underway for the 7th Canadian Permafrost Conference to be held with the 68th Canadian Geotechnical Society Annual Conference in Quebec, September Many Canadian permafrost researchers will also participate in the Arctic Change Conference in Ottawa in early December Highlights from the.
Highway construction along the Dempster Highway resulted in thawing of the permafrost level causing some sliding of soil and with it the trees. Result "drunken trees" along the Dempster Highway. In July,Foothills Pipe Lines (Yukon) Ltd.
revealed plans to construct and operate the Dempster Lateral Natural Gas Pipeline from the. Gomez, C., R. Rossel, and A. McBratney. Soil organic carbon prediction by hyperspectral remote sensing and field vis-NIR spectroscopy: An Australian.
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The coverage is virtually worldwide. Diagrams, maps, and photographs are numerous, excellent, and highly relevant. The book is well documented with an impressive page bibliography Highly recommended.' J.
D. Ives Source: Choice 'The book is suitable reference material for researchers, university students, land managers and related policy Cited by: 5.Journal of Applied Remote Sensing Journal of Astronomical Telescopes, Instruments, and Systems Dr.
Lawrence A. Klein. Consultant -- Traffic Mgmt, Sensor and Data Fusion at Klein & Associates. Bayesian and Dempster-Shafer data fusion algorithms.• $ million for PPS Arctic Canada from$ million for PPS Arctic Canada from Dempster Highway, Yukon • Collection of cones with germination tests cover using remote sensing • Effects of shrub expansion, nutrient cycling at shrubline • Results: shrubline is advancing, shrubs.