The twin sets of figures in the manual are presented as examples that demonstrate how the interfacing of stereo airphotos and satellite images in visual qualitative photogeomorphology studies can yield more geospatial information than can be derived from either source independently. The airphoto coverage in each satellite image is indicated by a frame. The photos and images are ordered into eleven sections according to the authoras taxonomic classification of genetic groups as used in his Atlas and Glossary of Geohazard-associated Geounits. The figure sets of each section are preceded by characterisations of their genetic classification context. Some airphotos are taken from those used in the Atlas, the satellite images have been down loaded from USGS Global Visualitation Viewer.An Instructional Manual for Data Integration Lambert Rivard ... 1999, area coverage 1, 150 km2 The pale grey avalanche mass is detectable at most scales due to its spectral contrast with the green vegetation of ... 89B (Bands 3-2-1), 16 Oct. 2003, area coverage 195 km2 The recent rock slides are detectable in this image.
|Title||:||Satellite Geology and Photogeomorphology|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-10-26|