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  • Zur Qualitätsberwertung von Luftbildern unter Produtionsbedingungen. (Quality evaluation of aerial photographs under production conditions)
  • Possibilities to improve the quality evaluation of aerial photographs are discussed from the point of view of the user of aerial photographs. The evaluation criteria necessary for the description of the characteristic quality aspects are illustrated
  • San Francisco in ruins : the 1906 serial photographs of George R. Lawrence
  • The first cameras ever mounted on kites permitted stunning photographs of the devastation left by the earthquake and subsequent fire. - (DWG)
  • Geometrische Verzerrungen in kosmischen photographischen Aufnahmen. (Geometric distortions in photographic space images)
  • Study of the effect of the Earth's curvature, terrain relief, Earth's rotation, proper motion and atmospheric refraction on geometric distortions in photographic space images. (HL).
  • Zur Verwendung der MKF-6-Aufnahmen in der Kartographie. (On the application of MKF-6-photographs in cartography)
  • Description of possibilities to use MKF-6 photographs in the production and revision of topographic maps and requirements for the contents of information and geometric accuracy. (HL).
  • A légifénykép tartalmi értéke. (Value of air photographs as to their contents)
  • Air-photographs became the important basic material of largescale maps and with its photogrammetric interpretation we save both significant financial means and much time. (CK).
  • Aerial photographic approach on rural population estimate in Rasquert and Baflo (Groningen, The Netherlands) and Bligo (Central Java, Indonesia)
  • The aim of the photographic interpretation was to estimate the amount of families through the number of dwelling units represented by the aerial photographs. The author concludes that for extensive areas with poor access, aerial photographic
  • The Geography Lesson: photographs and the construction of imaginative geographies
  • An 1851 stereoscopic daguerreotype (The Geography Lesson) frames this exploration of photography, travel and geography in the mid-nineteenth century. At a time when travel was embraced as a way of seeing and knowing the world, photographs offered
  • a new means of acquiring, ordering and disseminating geographical information. The work of traveller-photographers is used to show how the views were employed to provide visual access to sites of travel. The historicity of photographic practice
  • The national aerial photographic data base and its use in education
  • Discussion of the teaching applications of the results of the program (1987-1992) to cover the USA (without Alaska or Hawaii) by 330,000 high-quality color-infrared aerial photographs at a uniform scale of 1:40 000. - (DWG)
  • Les composantes des paysages de terrasses (l'eau, la terre, la pierre); histoire et représentation (les peintres, les géographes militaires, les agronomes, les photographes, les économistes); les usages contemporains (la vigne, fleurs-fruits-légumes
  • MOTTE, V., (Photographe)
  • SAUVAIRE, R., (Photographe)
  • Physiognomic aspects of the surface water-logging intensity of the soils in the East-Slovakian lowland identified by areospace photographs and images
  • The results of an analysis of possibilities of the use of multispectral aerial photographs and digital LANDSAT 3 data, identifying indirectly the surface water-logging of soils without vegetation, from two experimental areas of the East-Slovakian
  • Changes in the rural landscape and the impact on flora. A retrospective case study using aerial photographs
  • retrospective studies of aerial photographs from 1947, 1965 and 1984 with field data over plant species.
  • On the accuracy of heighting from aerial photographs and maps: implications to process modellers
  • This paper offers some cautionary advice in the use of aerial photographs and maps to provide morphological information. Current mapping specifications are reviewed and the prospects for improved accuracy in heighting, given new equipment
  • such as cameras equipped with forward motion compensation, are analysed in the light of recent published material. An analysis is presented of the manner in which random errors in photogrammetric observations can be propagated through a block of aerial photographs
  • Zur geowissenschaftlichen Interpretation kosmicher Aufnahmen aus dem ostlichen Harzvorland. (On the geoscientific interpretation of spatial photographs of the eastern piedmont of the Harz mountains)
  • Partial aspects of the regional structure of the eastern piedmont of the Harz Mountains are analysed by means of interpreting spatial photographs. The possibility of making in regional analysis of certain territorial phenomena by means of spatial
  • photographs is significant| e. g. the discovery of linear geostructures, the mapping of topical regional structures of the territory and the observation of topical variations in the distribution of territorial phenomena.
  • Identification of soils of steppe and dry steppe zones of Ciscaucasia from aerospace photographs
  • Cognition of recreation resources through photographic images
  • Storm damage assessment using digitised aerial photographs : Eltham, New Zealand, 24-25 February 1986
  • Everest 1951 : cartographic and photographic evidence of a new route from Nepal
  • Possibilities and limitations of black-and-white aerial photographs in soil surveying
  • Visual categorization with aerial photographs
  • The use of aerial photographs and remote sensing techniques in research on fossil periglacial features