CESE is glad to announce the publication of Dr. Pandey’s edited volume, Advances in Remote Sensing for Natural Resource Monitoring (2021), 4th in edited books' list. Earlier, the list includes publications in Springer, Taylor & Francis, and Elsevier.
This book discusses the role of remote sensing in monitoring natural resources and its management. The ability to monitor natural resources precisely and accurately is increasingly important. New and advanced remote sensing tools and techniques are continually being developed, to monitor and manage natural resources in an effective way. Remote sensing technology uses electromagnetic sensors to record, measure and monitor even small variations in natural resources. The addition of new remote sensing datasets, processing techniques and software makes remote sensing an exact and cost-effective tool and technology for natural resource monitoring and management.
Advances in Remote Sensing for Natural Resources Monitoring provides a detailed overview of the potential applications of advanced satellite data in natural resource monitoring. The book determines how environmental and - ecological knowledge and satellite-based information can be effectively combined to address a wide array of current natural resource management needs. Each chapter covers different aspects of remote sensing approach to monitor the natural resources effectively, to provide a platform for decision and policy.
Published by WILEY Blackwell UK, it is available for purchase online via onlinelibrary.wiley.com