Geotechnical Applications of Remote Sensing and Remote Data Transmission

    Johnson AI, Pettersson CB
    Published: 1988

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    This book informs geotechnical engineers and related profession about the applications of new techniques in engineering investigation and monitoring programs: satellite imagery and data transmission by satellite or meteor trails. Papers include case studies of successful application of these techniques.

    Table of Contents

    Johnson A., Pettersson C.


    Discussion I—Questions and Answers
    Johnson A., Pettersson C.

    Discussion II—Standardization of Remote Sensing Data Collection and Transmission
    van Roessel J.

    Discussion III—Summary
    Pincus H.

    Case Studies on the Application of Remote Sensing Data to Geotechnical Investigations in Ontario, Canada
    Singhroy V.

    Lineaments: Significance, Criteria for Determination, and Varied Effects on Ground-Water Systems—A Case History in the Use of Remote Sensing
    Downey J., Kolm K., Nichols T., Peter K.

    Historic Waste-Site Use and Geotechnical Characterization—Data Sources and Data Utility
    Elifrits C., Hatheway A.

    Estimation of Reservoir Submerging Losses Using CIR Aerial Photographs: Example of the Ertan Hydropower Station on the Yalong River in Southwest China
    Lin H.

    Location of Potential Ground Subsidence and Collapse Features in Soluble Carbonate Rock by Remote Sensing Techniques
    Edmonds C., Kennie T.

    A Satellite-Based Investigation of the Significance of Surficial Deposits for Surface Mining Operations
    Leach J., Mallett C.

    Application of Spatial Statistics to Analyzing Multiple Remote Sensing Data Sets
    Carr J., Glass C., Myers D., Yang H.

    Optical Fourier Analysis of Surface Features of Interest in Geotechnical Engineering: Image Subtraction and Correlation
    Pincus H., Scheibengraber K.

    A Comparison of Airborne GEMS/SAR with Satellite-Borne Seasat/SAR Radar Imagery—The Value of Archived Multiple Data Sets
    Dellwig L., Hanson B.

    Geotechnical Applications of Three New U.S. Government Remote Sensing Programs
    Molnia B.

    An Approach to the Updating of a Data Base for a Geographic Information System: Land Use and Land Cover Data
    Lin H.

    The Joint NASA/Geosat Test Case Project
    Henderson F., Settle M.

    Overview of Remote Data Transmission Systems
    Paulson R.

    Criteria for the Selection of Remote Data Telemetry Methods for Geotechnical Applications
    Chedsey G.


    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: D18

    DOI: 10.1520/STP967-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5040-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0969-8

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