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The Remote Sensing of Oil Slicks

The Remote Sensing of Oil Slicks


Published by Wiley; 1st edition (October 27, 1989)

An international group of contributors presents papers which together comprise an up-to-date guide to obtaining and interpreting data on oil spills by means of remote sensing devices. Discusses the monitoring and regulatory use of existing and future remote sensing systems for oil detection in inshore and offshore environments. Covers technical, operational, and legislative aspects, including airborne sensors, international experience in the application of remote sensing technology, how general principles of evidence can be applied to remote sensing data, and what the future holds for remote sensing.

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