1st Edition

Remote Sensing Applications in Environmental and Earth System Sciences

By Nicolas R. Dalezios Copyright 2021
    388 Pages 203 Color & 16 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    388 Pages 203 Color & 16 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    388 Pages 203 Color & 16 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    Remote Sensing Applications in Environmental and Earth System Sciences is a contemporary, multi-disciplinary, multi-scaling, updated, and upgraded approach of applied remote sensing in the environment. The book begins with an overview of remote sensing technology, and then explains the types of data that can be used as well as the image processing and analysis methods that can be applied to each type of application through the use of case studies throughout.

    • Includes a wide spectrum of environmental applications and issues
    • Explains methodological image analysis and interpretation procedures for conducting a variety of environmental analyses
    • Discusses the development of early warning systems
    • Covers monitoring of the environment as a whole – atmosphere, land, and water
    • Explores the latest remote sensing systems in environmental applications

    This book is an excellent resource for anyone who is interested in remote sensing technologies and their use in Earth systems, natural resources, and environmental science.

    Chapter 1 Remote Sensing Concepts and Systems.

    Chapter 2 Precipitation.

    Chapter 3 Meteorology and Climate.

    Chapter 4 Hydrology and Water Resources.

    Chapter 5 Marine and Coastal Ecosystems.

    Chapter 6 Environmental Hazards.

    Chapter 7 Agriculture.

    Chapter 8 Forestry.

    Chapter 9 Geology.

    Chapter 10 Renewable Energy Sources.

    Chapter 11 Land Use and Land Cover (LULC).


    Nicolas R. Dalezios: Professor of Agrometeorology and Remote Sensing, University of Thessaly, Volos Grecce and Agricultural University of Athens, Greece (2011-present). President of the Council of the Agricultural University of Athens, Greece. Professor and founding Director of the Laboratory of Agrometeorology, University of Thessaly, Volos Hellas (1991-2011). Undergaduate Honors degree in Mathematics, University of Athens, Athens, Greece. Postgraduate studies in Meteorology (Athens, 1972), Hydrological Engineering (Univ. of Delft, The Netherlands, 1974), Ph.D. in Civil Eng. (Univ. of Waterloo, Canada, 1982). He has a long standing research record in agrometeorology, agrohydrology, remote sensing, modeling, environmental hazards, risk assessment, climate variability/change. Author or co-author in over 280 refereed scientific and technical publications. Member of Editorial Boards and reviewer in about 30 International Scientific journals. Author and Editor of 2 books. Editor or co-editor in over 15 edited publications. Co-author in 25 book chapters published by Taylor and Francis group, IWA.