Geospatial Technologies and Climate Change
Geospatial Technologies and Climate Change describes various approaches from different countries on how to use geospatial technologies to help solving climate change issues. It also details how different geospatial technologies (remote sensing, Geographical Information System…) can be used to help with climate monitoring and modeling, how to work with them and what to be careful about. This book is written by scientific experts from four different continents. Written in a comprehensive and complete way, this book is essential reading material for graduate and undergraduate students interested in these techniques and in climate change.
Describes the basics of geospatial technologies, along with climate change applicationsPresents important concepts on spatial planning of adaptive and resilient natureProvides unique information for researchers on DGPS Principles, Errors and Achievable AccuraciesWritten by key scientists from four continents - America (USA), Europe (UK), Australia and Asia (India)