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Preliminary Applications of Landsat Images and Aerial Photography for Determining Land-Use, Geologic, and Hydrologic Characteristics--Yampa River Basin, Colorado and Wyoming

Description: From abstract: "This study used Landsat images and small-scale color and color-infrared photographs for selected geologic, hydrologic, and land-use applications within the Yampa River Basin" in Colorado and Wyoming. It includes maps, tables, and a glossary.
Date: October 1978
Creator: Heimes, Frederick J.; Moore, Gerald K. & Steele, Timothy Doak
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Application of Thermal Imagery and Aerial Photography to Hydrologic Studies of Karst Terrane in Missouri

Description: From abstract: Planning waste-disposal facilities and impoundments is complicated by karst carbonate terrane in the Ozarks. Thermal imagery (8-13 micrometer wavelength) and color infrared photography aid in identifying losing streams, sinkholes and hydrologic conditions encouraging collapse. Imagery and photography were acquired in Greene and Reynold Counties, Mo., in March 1972 and June 1973. Differences in thermal levels correlating with losing and gaining reaches of Logan Creek valley, Reynolds County, were not visually apparent in predawn March imagery but statistical analysis of predawn magnetic-tape data indicated greater variance in emitted energy from the losing reach than from the gaining reach.
Date: September 1977
Creator: Harvey, E. J.; Williams, J. H. & Dinkel, T. R.
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Video Processing of Remote Sensor Data Applied to Uranium Exploration in Wyoming: Final Report

Description: From introduction: This study is a comprehensive investigation of altered sandstone associated with uranium deposits near Pumpkin Buttes in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming, and the detection of such alteration using remote sensing technology. The purpose of this study is two-fold: 1) to develop video image processing techniques that will preferentially enhance areas of alteration associated with uranium deposits and enable mapping of these areas, and 2) to investigate the spectral, geochemical, and mineralogical characteristics of altered areas which make them detectable on remote sensor data. Once these video processing techniques have been defined, they may be applied as exploration tools to new areas with similar surface and geological environments. In this way, remote sensing can serve as a valuable tool for uranium exploration.
Date: June 30, 1979
Creator: Levinson, Richard A.; Marrs, Ronald W. & Crockett, Fred
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A Storm Water Runoff Investigation Using Gis and Remote Sensing

Description: Environmental controls are becoming more and more expensive to implement, so environmental management is becoming more technologically advanced and efficient through the adoption of new techniques and models. This paper reviews the potential for storm water runoff for the city of Denton, Texas and with the main objective to perform storm water runoff analyses for three different land use datasets; each landuse dataset created with a different methodology. Also analyzed was the difference between two North Central Texas Council of Governments land use datasets and my own land use dataset as a part of evaluating new and emerging remote sensing techniques. The results showed that new remote sensing techniques can help to continually monitor changes within watersheds by providing more accurate data.
Date: August 2012
Creator: Jennings, Laura
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The Future of Remote Sensing From Space: Civilian Satellite Systems and Applications

Description: This report examines issues related to the development and operation of publicly funded U.S. and foreign civilian remote sensing systems. It also explores the military and intelligence use of data gathered by civilian satellites. In addition, the report examines the outlook for privately funded and operated remote sensing systems.
Date: July 1993
Creator: United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment.
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Aerial Gamma Ray and Magnetic Survey, Raton Basin Project, The Flagstaff Quadrangle of Arizona: Final Report, Volume 1

Description: From Operations: For the Flagstaff quadrangle, a total of 1930 line miles, excluding reflights and overlaps and missing data were flown by the Tracker and 1348 line miles were flown by the helicopter. The production summary presented below and the detailed daily production in Appendix B describes half of the total project. The Raton Basin Project, of which this quadrangle is a part, covered five other 10 x 2 quadrangles which was or will be covered in separate reports.
Date: August 1979
Creator: United States. Department of Energy. Grand Junction Office.
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A Generic Procedure for BRDF Normalization of Remotely Sensed Data

Description: A generic procedure for Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Function (BRDF) normalization for airborne multispectral images has been developed and implemented as an add-on module of ENVI at the U.S. Department of Energy's Remote Sensing Laboratory. The main advantage of this procedure is that it does not require multiple image acquisitions over the same area for establishing empirical BRDF functions.
Date: April 1, 2003
Creator: Yuan, D.
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NURE Aerial Gamma-Ray and Magnetic Reconnaissance Survey, Colorado [i.e. California]-Arizona Area, Grand Canyon NJ 12-10 Quadrangle: Volume 1 - Narrative Report

Description: From introduction: This report details the airborne spectrometer survey performed in 1978 covering the Grand Canyon quadrangle located in north-western Arizona. The survey consisted of 23 traverse lines and 10 tie lines totaling 3,246 line miles.
Date: December 1979
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NURE Aerial Gamma-Ray and Magnetic Reconnaissance Survey, Colorado [i.e. California]-Arizona Area, Marble Canyon NJ 12-11 Quadrangle: Volume 1 - Narrative Report

Description: From abstract: As part of the Department of Energy (DoE) National Uranium Resource Evaluation Program, LKB Resources, Inc. has performed a rotary-wing reconnaissance high sensitivity radiometric and magnetic survey of the Marble Canyon quadrangle NJ 12-11 located in northern Arizona. The surveyed area consisted of approximately 3,246 line miles.
Date: November 1979
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NURE Aerial Gamma-Ray and Magnetic Reconnaissance Survey, Colorado [i.e. California]-Arizona Area, Salton Sea NI 11-9, Phoenix NI 12- 7, El Centro NI 11-12, Ajo NI 12-10, Lukeville NH 12-1 Quadrangles: Volume 1 - Narrative Report

Description: From abstract" As part of the Department of Energy (DoE) National Uranium Resource Evaluation Program, LKB Resources, Inc. has performed a rotary-wing reconnaissance high sensitivity radiometric and magnetic survey, encompassing several 1:250,000 quadrangles in southwestern Arizona and southeastern California. The surveyed area consisted of approximately 9300 line miles. The radiometric data was corrected and normalized to 400 feet terrain clearance. The data was identified as to rock type by correlating the data samples with existing geologic maps. Statistics defining the mean and standard deviation of each rock type are presented as listings in Volume I of this report. The departure of the data from its corresponding mean rock type is computed in terms of standard deviation units and is presented graphically as anomally maps in' Volume II and as computer listings in microfiche form in Volume I.
Date: November 1979
Creator: Bendix Field Engineering Corporation. Grand Junction Operations
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Airborne Gamma-Ray Spectrometer and Magnetometer Survey: Final Report, Volume 2, Mariposa Quadrangle (California, Nevada)

Description: Introduction: The geologic map of the Mariposa quadrangle, which was used as a basis for the interpretation, was supplied by Bendix Field Engineering Corporation. The Formation descriptions in Appendix C are derived from this map supplemented with information from California Division of Mines and Geology (1967).
Date: 1980
Creator: High Life Helicopters, Inc.
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Airborne Gamma-Ray Spectrometer and Magnetometer Survey: Final Report, Volume 2, Fresno Quadrangle (California)

Description: From introduction: The Fresno sheet of the Geologic Map of California (California) Division of Mines and Geology, 1978) was used as a basis for the interpretation of the geophysical data. The formation descriptions in Appendix C are derived from this map. Parts of three physiographic provinces are present in the Fresno quadrangle (Albers, 1966)...
Date: 1980
Creator: High Life Helicopters, Inc.
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Airborne Gamma-Ray Spectrometer and Magnetometer Survey: Final Report, Volume 2, Bakersfield Quadrangle (California)

Description: From introduction: "The Bakersfield sheet of the Geologic Map of California (California Division of Mines and Geology, 1978) was used as a basis for the interpretation of the geophysical data. The formation descriptions in Appendix C are derived from this map."
Date: 1980
Creator: High Life Helicopters, Inc.
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Transfer, Installation and Flight Testing of the Modified Airborne Oil Surveillance System (AOSS II) in a HC-130B Aircraft

Description: Abstract: The prototype airborne oil surveillance system (AOSS I) developed for the U.S. Coast Guard by Aerojet ElectroSystems under Contract DOT-CG-22170A was modified and transferred from a HU-16 aircraft to a HC-130B aircraft. The added capabilities of the new system configuration were verified by a flight test program.
Date: August 1977
Creator: Meeks, D. C.; Bommarito, J. J.; Schwantje, R. S. & Edgerton, A. T.
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Aerial Radiometric and Magnetic Survey of the Amarillo National Topographic Map, NI 14-1, Texas

Description: From introduction: Geodata International, Incorporated, conducted an airborne gamma ray and total magnetic field survey which covered a region of North Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma. The specific area of this report as outlined on Figure 1 was surveyed from an aircraft using large-volume radiation detectors with computer controlled airborne equipment. Each map line was flown in an east-west direction with an average length of 120 miles and each tie line was flown in a north-south direction with an average length of 69 miles. Map lines and tie lines were surveyed spaced at intervals indicated on Figure 2. The data for the total area of Figure 1 were gathered between March-July, 1976.
Date: August 19, 1976
Creator: Geodata International
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