Thermal remote sensing of active volcanoes : a user's manual [E-Book] / by Andrew Harris.
Harris, Andrew, (author)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013
1 online resource (ix, 727 pages)
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Table of Contents:
  • Machine generated contents note: Preface: background, motivation and essential definitions; Acknowledgements; 1. History of thermal remote sensing of active volcanism; 2. Thermal remote sensing of active volcanism: principles; 3. Satellite orbits and sensor resolution; 4. The mixed pixel, the dual-band technique, heat loss and volume flux; 5. Hot spot detection; 6. Mapping, classification, time series and profiles; 7. Broad-band radiometers: instrumentation and application; 8. Broad-band radiometers: data collection and analysis principles; 9. Broad-band thermal imaging cameras; Appendix A. Collation and summary of satellite-volcano radiometry: a literature database; Appendix B. Estimation of solar zenith angle and contribution of reflected radiation to at-satellite radiance; Appendix C. TM-Class sensors; Appendix D. AVHRR-Class sensors; Appendix E. GOES-Class sensors; Appendix F. Scan and satellite location geometry; Appendix G. Hot spot detection example; Appendix H. Optical pyrometers; References; Index.