Remote Sensing Tutorial
 

PRINCIPLES OF REMOTE SENSING

Dr. S. C. Liew
Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing
National University of Singapore
Blk S17/SOC1 Level 2, Lower Kent Ridge Road
Singapore 119260


Email: scliew@nus.edu.sg

URL: www.crisp.nus.edu.sg

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This tutorial is part of the "Space View of Asia, 2nd Edition" CD-ROM produced by the Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing (CRISP) at the National University of Singapore. The topics covered in this tutorial are summarised in the page "What is Remote Sensing?". You can go through the whole tutorial by clicking on the highlighted links or the icons in that page. You can always return to this page by clicking "Go to Main Index" at the bottom of each page or use the "Back" button of the browser.




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What is Remote Sensing?
Human Vision: An Example of a Remote Sensing System
The Earth
The Atmosphere of the Earth
Electromagnetic Radiation
Atmospheric Effects
Airborne Remote Sensing
Spaceborne Remote Sensing
Digital Image
Optical Remote Sensing
Infrared Remote Sensing
Microwave Remote Sensing
Image Processing and Analysis

Appendix: Spaceborne Remote Sensing Platforms and Sensors


 
Please send comments/enquiries/suggestions about this tutorial to Dr. S. C. Liew at scliew@nus.edu.sg Copyright CRISP, 2001