An addition to the “Taylor & Francis Series in Remote Sensing Applications,” the book Hyperspectral Remote Sensing: Principles and Applications treats aspects of the subject, ranging from fundamental concepts to analysis of the results of hyperspectral data for specific applications. Covering imaging spectrometers and hyper- and multispectral systems, the 128-page volume explains how a remote-sensing image is constructed and how to interpret information in the image. It illustrates how the sensing is used to address land management issues in applications such as water quality classification and hydrocarbon and crop disease detection. Marcus Borengasser, William S. Hungate and Russell L. Watkins; CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, Fla., 2007; $89.95.
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