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Introduction to geodesy.

Recommending faculty: Prof. Bienvenido Carcellar III, GE

Editor Gloria Nisbet
Place of Publication New York, NY.
Date of Publication [2018]
Publisher Larsen & Keller

The study of the Earth’s gravitational field and its representation in a three-dimensional time-varying space by applying the rules of applied mathematics and Earth science is known as geodesy. It also includes the study of crustal motion, polar motion and the cause of tides. The methods used to measure these motions are gravimetry, geodetic astronomy, levelling, satellite geodesy, etc. This book elucidates the concepts and innovative models around prospective developments with respect to geodesy. Most of the topics introduced in it cover new techniques and the applications of the subject. For all those who are interested in the vast subject of geodesy, this textbook can prove to be an essential guide.


Introduction to remote sensing. 

Recommending faculty: Prof. Bienvenido Carcellar III, GE

Editor Max Hopkins
Place of Publication New York, NY.
Date of Publication [2018]
Publisher Syrawood Publishing House

The process whereby information about an object, manmade or natural, can be obtained remotely or without directly encountering it is known as remote sensing. It has great significance in military as well as geographic and commercial endeavors. It generally includes satellites and aircraft based sensors to root out information about objects present in the deep sea, atmosphere, etc. This book presents the complex subject of remote sensing in the most comprehensible and easy to understand language. It includes a detailed explanation of the various concepts and applications of the field. Some of the diverse topics covered in it address the varied branches that fall under this category. This textbook will serve as a valuable source of reference for those interested in remote sensing.

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