In 2005 I published my Introduction to Microwave Remote Sensing (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00U4D8EJM). It is now available as a Kindle eBook. At the moment, the eBook is simply a PDF replica of the print book, but because I have self-published it via Speckled Press, I have managed to keep it <$10, which is a substantial saving compared to … Continue reading
This is a follow on post from an earlier one called “The forest as a lived environment”. One of my highlights of 2014 was getting my complimentary copy of Bill Liao’s book, “Forests: Reasons to be hopeful“. As well as offering some advice on the scientific content of a few of the figures, I also … Continue reading
Discovered a new online tool yesterday for building little video infomercials, and presentations. It’s called Powtoon. Good fun. I practiced by making the following advert or my recent remote sensing eBook.
Here is an extract from my recent eBook, Thirteen Short Chapters on Remote Sensing. It is the first part of “Chapter 4: Two things that can give remote sensing a bad name”. I thought it contentious enough to post as a blog entry to generate a bit of discussion. It also links back to previous … Continue reading