I’m giving away 100 copies of my new (self-published) eBook, “Thirteen Short Chapters on Remote Sensing”. It’s on a first-come-first-served basis, and the offer only lasts for today, but if you are a regular follower of my blog or Twitter feed, you should get this earlier than most, so be quick!
If you get a free copy and you like it, then the one thing I ask in return is that you write an honest review of the book on the Amazon page. If you would genuinely recommend it to people, then please share, like, tweet, or whatever, the direct link, or better still, a link to this blog post.
If you find any errors/typos, please comment below. One has just been found, but I think it is only one! I will update it tomorrow. A free bar of chocolate if you can find a second one (I’m confident there is only one).
It is in Amazon Kindle format. You don’t need a Kindle to read it, but you do need a Kindle viewer (available for iOS, Android and desktops).
Here is the contents:
1. Defining remote sensing and Earth observation
2. Some thoughts on grammar
3. Conceptual frameworks: seeing vs hearing
4. Two things that can give remote sensing a bad name
5. The forward problem (modelling)
6. The inverse problem
7. Impulse Response Function
9. Precision vs accuracy
10. Error, noise and uncertainty
11. Occam’s Razor
12. EO and greenhouse effect
13. Who pays for remote sensing?