Aerial Photography and Image Interpretation, Third Edition by Paine

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Content material:
Chapter One creation (pages 1–24):
Chapter Geometry of a Vertical Aerial picture (pages 25–43):
Chapter 3 ideas of Stereoscopic imaginative and prescient (pages 44–67):
Chapter 4 Scale of a Vertical Aerial picture (pages 68–85):
Chapter 5 Horizontal Measurements—Distance, Bearings, and parts (pages 86–104):
Chapter Six Vertical Measurements (pages 105–130):
Chapter Seven Acquisition of Aerial images (pages 131–157):
Chapter 8 Orthophotography (pages 159–172):
Chapter 9 Map Projections, Grid Networks, and keep watch over (pages 173–187):
Chapter Ten the worldwide Positioning approach (pages 188–210):
Chapter 11 The move of element (pages 211–232):
Chapter Twelve Geographic details structures (pages 233–242):
Chapter 13 Small layout Aerial Imagery (pages 243–255):
Chapter Fourteen movies, Filters, and The Photographic strategy (pages 256–279):
Chapter Fifteen ideas and methods of Aerial photo Interpretation (pages 280–305):
Chapter 16 Landforms and Drainage styles (pages 306–326):
Chapter Seventeen Geology, Soils, and Engineering purposes (pages 327–352):
Chapter Eighteen Land?Use making plans (pages 353–369):
Chapter Nineteen Environmental tracking (pages 370–385):
Chapter Twenty extra issues in typical assets administration (pages 386–404):
Chapter Twentry?One Forestry (pages 405–427):
Chapter Twenty?Two simple facts and Sampling options (pages 429–459):
Chapter Twenty?Three Mapping Accuracy evaluation (pages 460–474):
Chapter Twenty?Four Aerial picture Mensuration (pages 475–501):
Chapter Twenty?Five An instance picture bushes Cruise (pages 502–520):
Chapter Twenty?Six extra features of Electromagnetic power (pages 522–533):
Chapter Twenty?Seven Radar and Lidar—Active distant Sensors (pages 534–558):
Chapter Twenty?Eight Scanning distant Sensors (pages 559–579):

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Finally, topographic displacement varies inversely with the flying height above the base of the object. Therefore, there is very little topographic displacement on photographs taken from high altitudes, such as orbiting space stations. 8 COMBINED EFFECTS OF TILT AND TOPOGRAPHIC DISPLACEMENTS Because most vertical aerial photos are slightly tilted, the isocenter and nadir points are not in exactly the same place on the photo. Thus, the combined effect of topographic and tilt displacement from two different centers may result in lateral as well as radial displacement of images.

2) is the simplest and least expensive. This stereoscope consists of two magnifying lenses mounted with a separation equal to the average interpupillary distance of the human eye. A provision is usually made for changing this separation to suit the individual user. These two lenses are mounted in a frame so that they are supported at a fixed distance above the photographs on which the stereoscope is placed. When using a lens stereoscope, the two photos being viewed are so close together that it might become necessary to “peel” the photo on top by gently lifting and bending it so that you can see the detail on the photo underneath.

In other countries, or within different geographical areas of the United States, this practice may vary. In British Columbia, Canada, for example, the printed information can be found on the east, west, north, or south edge of the photo regardless of the direction of the flight line. The interpreter needs to know what system was used for the photograph of interest. ), project symbol (MF), flight strip number (3), and exposure number (1). 16. Information printed at the top of the first two photographs of a flight line.

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