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Aerial Mapping Methods and Applications

ISBN-10: 1566705576
ISBN-13: 9781566705578
Edition: 2nd 2002 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $172.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: CRC Press LLC
Publication date: 11/13/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 216
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

Introduction
Introduction
History of Photomapping
Photogrammetrists and Image Analysts
Utilization of Aerial Photos
Photogrammetry
Mapper vs. User
Electromagnetic Energy
Radiant Energy
Radiant Waves
Distribution of Energy
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Visible Light
Infrared
Aerial Films
Aerial Films
Types of Film
Sensitometry
Filters
Film Processing
Resolution
Spectral Resolution
Spatial Resolution
Radiometric Resolution
Application of Aerial Films
Panchromatic
Infrared
Natural Color
Color Infrared
Airborne Sensor Platforms
Introduction
Fixed-Wing Aircraft
Single-Engine Platform
Multi-Engine Platform
Flight Crews
Navigation
Helicopter Platforms
Aerial Cameras
Camera Mount
Analog Camera Components
Camera System
Focal Length
Camera Calibration Report
Digital Camera Components
Aerial Photographs
Nomenclature of an Aerial Photograph
Uses of Aerial Photographs
Time-Lapse Photography
Sources of Aerial Photograps
Private-Sector Mappers
Federal
States
Counties and Municipalities
Geometry of Aerial Photographs
Scale Expressions
Representative Fraction
Engineers' Scale
Scale Conversion
Geometry of Photo Scale
Derivation of Photo Scale
Controlling Photo Scale
Scale Formula
Flight Height
Relative Photo Scales
Photo Overlap
Endlap
Sidelap
Stereomodel
Relief Displacement
Causes of Displacement
Effects of Displacement
Distortion vs. Displacement
Measuring Object Height
Map Compilation
History
Stereoplotters
Evolution of Stereoplotters
Future Developments
Data Format
Raster Format
Vector Format
Attributes
Digital Output
Map Accuracies
Quality Assurance/Quality Control
Significance of Quality Assurance/Quality Control
Funding vs. Quality
Ramifications of Faulty Mapping
Rework
Abandoned Schedules
Design Failures
Legal Action
Map Accuracy Standards
Various Map Accuracy Standards
National Map Accuracy Standards (1947)
American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Federal Geographic Data Committee
Procedural Suggestions
Cautions
Options
Merging Diverse Data
Mapping System Errors
Photography
Stereocompilation
Photo Scale Selection
Contour Factor
Application of the C-Factor
Influences upon C-Factor
Photo Scale/Map Scale/Contour Interval
Planimetric Features
Photo Scale/Map Scale
Topographic Features
Photo Scale Selection
Planning an Aerial Photo Mission
Laying Out Flight Lines
Determining Number of Photos
Calculating Flight Height
Geographic Referencing
Geographic Location Systems
Land Subdivision
Digital Mapping Data
Coordinate Systems
Ground Control Surveys
Basic Surveying
Electronic Surveying
Ground Survey Toolbox
Conventional Ground Survey
Global Positioning
Determining Spatial Coordinates
Global Positioning System Procedures
Airborne Global Positioning (ABGPS)
Basic Control Networks
Conventional Surveys
Control Reference
Traverse/Circuit Accuracy
Photo Control Points
Photo Image Points
Ground Targets
Size
Control Point Selection
Aerotriangulation
Photo Control Bridging
Control Point Selection
Bridging Spans
Skeletal Ground Control
Photo Control Extension Procedure
Accuracy of Aerotriangulation
Accuracy Check
Effects of Analytical Error
Example of Field Control Point Scheme for Aerotriangulation
Photogrammetric Map Compilation
Digital Mapping Data
Coordinate Systems and Data
Coordinate Reference Systems
Coordinate Systems
Vertical Data
Structure of Digital Data
Digital Data Generation
Automated Feature Collection Methods
Data Collection
Advancements in Map Compilation
Elevation Data Collection Methods
Planimetric Feature Collection Methods
Data Standards
Digital Mapping Data Flow
Project Planning
Ground Control Collection
Imagery Collection
Stereomodel Orientation
Digital Data Stereocompilation
Ancillary Data Collection
U.S. Geological Survey Data
Information Systems
Information Systems
Value of Geographic Information Systems
Demands of a Geographic Information System
Computer-Aided Mapping
Themes
Data Collection for Information Systems
U.S. Geological Survey Information Sources
Tutorial
Geospatial Information
Areas of Specialty
Orthophotography
General
Orthophotos
Digital Orthophoto Image Production
General
Design Parameters
Orthophoto Cost
Remote Sensing
Remote Sensing
Searching the Internet
Tutorials
Applications Dynamics
Remote Sensing Systems
Thematic Data Collection
Scanners
Types of Sensors
Aerial Photo Image Scanning
Satellite Imagery
Data Format
Spectral Bands
Georeferencing Satellite Data
Restrictions
Satellite Systems
LANDSAT
SPOT
Airborne Sensors
Airborne Visible Infrared Image Spectrometer
Thermal Infrared Multispectral Scanner
Digital Multispectral Videography
Sources of Satellite Imagery
SPOT
LANDSAT
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency
Space Imaging EOSAT
Image Analysis
Analysis Procedures
Data Acquisition
Rectify Data
Thematic Map Generation
Areal Mensuration
Ground Truth Sampling
Data Correlation
Reporting
Image Interpretation Keys
Composition of Keys
Types of Keys
Interpretation Characteristics
Project Planning and Cost Estimating
Introduction
Specifications
Project Description and Boundary
Define Products
Standards and Accuracy Requirements
Processes
Aerial Photography
Ground Survey Control
Densification of Ground Control
Elevation Model Collection
Planimetric Data Collection
Estimating Production Effort and Cost
Estimating Factors
Costing Aerial Photography
Costing Photo Control Surveying
Costing Aerotriangulation
Costing Photogrammetric Compilation
Costing Orthophoto Images
Summary of Production Efforts
Example of a Typical Photogrammetric Mapping Project Cost Estimation
Specification
Cost Estimation Process
Suggested Reading
Index

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