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B. /Type /Page Remote sensing, also called earth observation, refers to obtaining information about objects or areas at the Earth’s surface without being in direct contact with the object or area. 3.1 Electromagnetic Radiation Remote sensing requires energy source to illuminate the target. Electromagnetic radiation (EMR) basics for remote sensing ... remote-sensing systems usually don’t benefit from the extra information that a polarized light source provides. However any media such as gravity or magnetic fields can be utilized in re-mote sensing. Visible light is just one of many forms of electromagnetic energy. �o�$���v�%��K5^�jh��j��s�D�28�Թ��v��^Um[m�v�Q��R���Y�J�/c� • EMR is characterized by wavelength and frequency. Radio waves, infrared light and X rays are all forms of electromagnetic radiation. << The energy waves vary in size and frequency. 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Remote sensing techniques are powerful tools for spatial data acquisition and this course will describe the history, challenges and developments in remote sensing. ... very high spatial resolution sensor system 28 Principles of Remote Sensing ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION AND THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM EMR is a dynamic form of energy that propagates as wave motion at a velocity of c = 3 x 1010 cm/sec. Download PDF. Electromagnetic radiation is the very basis for remote sensing technology. The information is acquired through electromagnetic radiation, force fields or acoustic energy using different types of remote sensors that can either be active or passive [4]. • The foundation of remote sensing technology is based on the measurement and interpretation of the patterns of EMR. 1 0 obj Swapan Kumar Haldar, in Mineral Exploration (Second Edition), 2018. 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