remote sensing

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remote sensing

a term used to cover distance photography and satellite data-gathering techniques on a large scale.

remote

at a distance.

remote cause
predisposing cause.
remote sensing
perceiving or measuring change in physical or chemical parameters from a distance.
remote treatment
see injection collar.
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The assignment of drainage direction over flat surfaces in raster digital elevation models.
Comparison of the regional approach with that using high resolution digital elevation models and WEPP simulations on individual flowpaths showed a deviation of 19.
Coupled with slope phase data generated from a digital elevation model, more objective soil maps that better define the soil-landscape relationship can be created.
The TanDEM-X Digital Elevation Model facilitates the interpretation of landscapes with exceptional detail, which is essential for military engineering projects and operational planning incl.
The slope map of the research area is generated from digital elevation model using ArcGIS 10.
For this calculation, profiles are established for the main directions from the central cell 'lookup distance', L, which was extracted from the digital elevation model (JASIEWICZ; STEPINSKI, 2013).
Assessment of the influence of interpolation techniques on the accuracy of digital elevation model.
The geospatial data used for this study was a five metre interval Digital Elevation Model (DEM), which is highly accurate and is available with the NSA for the whole country," Deshmukh said.
In the first instance, remotely sensed data such digital elevation model data have been used as ancillary information, because the soil-forming factor of elevation leads to the movement of salts into lower lying, arid landscapes (Bilgili 2013) or can account for saline conditions in estuarine environments (Huang et al.
Digital Elevation Model (DEM) Extraction From Google Earth: A Study in Sungai Muar Watershed: Geoinformation--Catalyst for planning, development and good governance, Applied Geoinformatics for Society and Environment (AGSE); 32-36.

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