Author: Prof. Capt. Ralph Becker-Heins
Author: Steve Ritchie
As It Was, Highlights of Hydrographic History
Author: Dr. Arthur L. Allan
Maths for Map Makers, 2nd edition
This book remains the first port of call for anyone seeking a comprehensive treatment of the mathematics involved in map making. In response to demand, the author has written a new chapter on the subject of least squares estimation. The new text is again problem-oriented, and is generously illustrated with worked examples and exercises.
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Author: Horst Hecht, Bernhard Berking, Mathias Jonas, Lee Alexander
The Electronic Chart
Author: Shunji Murai
Higher Ground: Learning from the East Japan Tsunami and Meltdown at Fukushima
Authors: Professor Ian Dowman, Dr. Karsten Jacobsen, Professor Gottfried Konecny and Dr. Rainer Sandau.
High Resolution Optical Satellite Imagery
This book had been awarded the Karl Kraus Medal 2016 by ISPRS.
It is Written by a team of acknowledged international experts, this is a comprehensive guide to the characteristics and use of high resolution optical images from satellite-borne sensors, concentrating on sensors designed for mapping. It considers in detail satellites launched since 1999 with GSD of less than 1m, but also looks at sensors with a ground sample distance (GSD) of less than 15m, operational since SPOT 1. The book explains to students, anyone working in map production and scientists working in fields other than mapping, the way in which high resolution imagery is obtained and the issues which surround its collection and use.