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|Title:||Use of radar images in terrain analysis : an annotated bibliography|
|Authors:||University of Kansas. Remote Sensing Laboratory.|
Dellwig, Louis F. (Louis Field), 1922-
Hanson, Bradford C.
Hardy, Norman E.
Hulen, Paul L.
McCauley, J. R.
Moore, Richard K.
|Publisher:||U.S. Army Engineer Topographic Laboratories.|
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
|Series/Report no.:||ETL ; 0024.|
Abstract: An annotated bibliography of articles, papers and reports dealing with the application of imaging radar systems to the geosciences has been prepared to meet the needs of both the potential user of radar imagery and the researcher in the field of tactical terrain analysis. To aid the uninitiated, the principles of imaging radars are described in an introductory section. Following are bibliographic entries which have been prepared for those pertinent publications produced since the earliest days of imaging radars up to the present time (May, 1975). When available, the author's own abstract has been reproduced; in other cases summaries have been prepared by the reviewer of the entry. In many cases, comments of the reviewers are included in order to point out publications of major importance; to underscore significant conclusions and to expose those conclusions which are unfounded based on the research described. When actual radar imagery has been used in a publication, the location and date of the imagery as well as the system which acquired it are noted in the bibliographic entry. Author affiliations at the time of publication are also included with each entry, and current affiliations (1975) of the principal authors are listed in a separate section. An extensive cross-reference index has been prepared to aid in identifying those papers which are even in a small part pertinent to any geoscience discipline, system parameter evaluation, or imaging radar system.
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