Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Multi-purposeful Application of Geospatial Data

Edited by Rustam B. Rustamov

eiLink Research & Development of Khazar University

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This book is dedicated toward space technology application in Earth studies based on the use of a variety of methods for satellite information classification and interpretation. Advantages of geospatial data use in a large-scale area of observation and monitoring as a source of decision-making stage have been demonstrated. The book describes navigation systems providing data estimation method and review of existing data in the literature relevant to remote sensing sensors delivering main information electromagnetic spectrum and a variety of sensor applications. This aspect is important when combining/integrating satellite data processing into the field measurements. Satellites and satellite data application for the study of Earth features have been demonstrated as the next step of geospatial data application. The use of different purposeful processing technology applications of satellite data is one of the vital aspects of space technology advances. The use of GNSS GPS technology in industry and MODIS images and data interpretation for agriculture purposes has been presented. It was the aim of the book to create an attractive environment by presenting space technology application in the wide areas of Earth study. For this purpose, some of the book chapters are dedicated toward space technology advances in climate monitoring, natural disaster factor detection, satellite data processing optimization, and GIS technology for meteorology information with the aim of agriculture developments.

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Multi-purposeful Application of Geospatial DataEdited by Rustam B. Rustamov

Published: May 9th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.69713

ISBN: 978-1-78923-109-0

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-108-3

Copyright year: 2018

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1573 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Introduction to Navigation Systems

By Junghyun Lee

175

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2. A Review: Remote Sensing Sensors

By Lingli Zhu, Juha Suomalainen, Jingbin Liu, Juha Hyyppä, Harri Kaartinen and Henrik Haggren

265

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3. Validation and Quality Assessment of Sea Levels from SARAL/ AltiKa Satellite Altimetry over the Marginal Seas at the Southeast Asia

By Noor Nabilah Abdullah and Nurul Hazrina Idris

131

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4. Geospatial Analysis for Irrigated Land Assessment, Modeling and Mapping

By Olumuyiwa Idowu Ojo and Francois Ilunga

177

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5. The Use of GNSS GPS Technology for Offshore Oil and Gas Platform Subsidence Monitoring

By Heri Andreas, Hasanuddin Z. Abidin, Irwan Gumilar, Dina A. Sarsito and Dhota Pradipta

120

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6. The Use of MODIS Images to Quantify the Energy Balance in Different Agroecosystems in Brazil

By Antônio Heriberto de Castro Teixeira, Janice F. Leivas, Carlos C. Ronquim and Gustavo Bayma-Silva

152

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7. Earth Observation for Urban Climate Monitoring: Surface Cover and Land Surface Temperature

By Zina Mitraka and Nektarios Chrysoulakis

154

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8. Pre-earthquake Anomaly Detection and Assessment through Lineament Changes Observation Using Multi-temporal Landsat 8-OLI Imageries: Case of Gorkha and Imphal

By Biswajit Nath, Zheng Niu and Shukla Acharjee

153

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9. Optimization of an Earth Observation Data Processing and Distribution System

By Jonathan Becedas, María del Mar Núñez and David González

110

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10. Multi-purposeful Application of Geospatial Data

By Chattopadhyay Nabansu, Chandras Swati and Tidke Nivedita

136

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