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“Introduction to Microwave Remote Sensing” – now an eBook

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

Where trees and people live

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

Micro-video on my remote sensing eBook

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.

An extract from my eBook: “Chapter 4: Two things that gives remote sensing a bad name”

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