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Nicholas R. Nalli
I.M. Systems Group, Inc. at NOAA/NESDIS Center for Satellite Applications and Research (STAR), College Park, MD, United States
Field Measurements for Environmental Remote Sensing: Instrumentation, Intensive Campaigns, and Satellite Applications is an academic synthesis of invaluable in situ measurements and techniques leveraged by the science of environmental remote sensing. Sections cover in situ datasets and observing methods used for satellite remote sending applications and validation, synthesizing the various techniques utilized by well-established application areas under a common paradigm. The book serves as both a textbook for students (upper-level undergraduate to graduate level) and a reference book for practitioners and researchers in the atmospheric, oceanic and remote sensing fields.
Presents chapters organized according to subdiscipline, with each written by established experts in their relevant field
Includes literature reviews, case studies and applications for each subdivision
Features a synthesis of the suite of invaluable in situ measurements and techniques leveraged by the science of environmental remote sensing
Chapter 2: Vömel et al. (2022)
Chapter 3: Hurst et al. (2022)
Chapter 4: Thompson et al. (2022)
Chapter 12: Borg et al. (2022)