Event Title

Airborne Multispectral Remote Sensing to Support Water Related Research

Presenter Information

Christopher Neale

Location

ECC 303/305

Event Website

http://water.usu.edu/

Start Date

4-6-2007 2:50 PM

End Date

4-6-2007 3:10 PM

Description

Over the last two decades, low-cost airborne multispectral remote sensing using video and more recently, digital cameras, has proven its usefulness for applications requiring high spatial resolution imagery and precise timing of data acquisition. The present version of the Utah State University, Logan, Utah USA 84322 airborne multispectral digital system has been used to support a variety of studies related to water such as the estimation of evapotranspiration of riparian vegetation, irrigated crops and urban landscapes, mapping and monitoring of wetlands, and mapping of river system to classify riparian vegetation and in-stream meso-scale hydraulic features. This presentation will give a short overview of the technology and present results from different applications.

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Apr 6th, 2:50 PM Apr 6th, 3:10 PM

Airborne Multispectral Remote Sensing to Support Water Related Research

ECC 303/305

Over the last two decades, low-cost airborne multispectral remote sensing using video and more recently, digital cameras, has proven its usefulness for applications requiring high spatial resolution imagery and precise timing of data acquisition. The present version of the Utah State University, Logan, Utah USA 84322 airborne multispectral digital system has been used to support a variety of studies related to water such as the estimation of evapotranspiration of riparian vegetation, irrigated crops and urban landscapes, mapping and monitoring of wetlands, and mapping of river system to classify riparian vegetation and in-stream meso-scale hydraulic features. This presentation will give a short overview of the technology and present results from different applications.

https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/runoff/2007/AllAbstracts/42