Earth Observations for Geohazards
by Zhenhong Li, Roberto Tomas
Publisher: MDPI AG 2017
Number of pages: 798
Improved satellite and sensor technologies, increased frequency of satellite measurements, and easier access and interpretation of EO data have all contributed to the increased demand for satellite EO data. EO, combined with complementary terrestrial observations and with physical models, have been widely used to monitor geohazards, revolutionizing our understanding of how the Earth system works.
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