Using case studies, the book Applications of 3D Measurement from Images describes modern digital photogrammetry and its role in solving measurement problems on a diverse range of scales. It outlines the principles and methods of imaging in the context of other spatial measurement techniques, including laser scanning. The chapters cover application areas such as archaeology, architecture, medicine, dentistry, forensics, sports science, landform evolution, manufacturing, engineering, biology and zoology. They provide specific examples demonstrating the range in measurement scale that is achievable by photogrammetry. Sensor integration and visualization are addressed. A companion DVD is provided. John Fryer, Harvey Mitchell and Jim Chandler, eds.; Whittles Publishing, Caithness, Scotland, 2007; $129.95. Also available through CRC Press, Boca Raton, Fla.