- GEOTAG YOUR PHOTOS AFTER YOU SHOOT. // Popular Photography;Jun2011, Vol. 75 Issue 6, p38
The article presents the Global Positioning System (GPS) image tracker which allows one to geotag photograps, that is, tagging photos with the geographic coordinates where the image was shot, a feature useful for traveling photographers.
- Using a Camera to Document Global Warming. Braasch, Gary // Nieman Reports;Winter2002, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p76
Discusses the use of photographs to document the effect of global warming in the polar region. Observations of the photographic project entitled 'World View of Global Warming'; Challenges of photographing and reporting the impacts of global warming; Effect of global warming on humans.
- Contrasting responses of Central Asian rock glaciers to global warming. Sorg, Annina; Kääb, Andreas; Roesch, Andrea; Bigler, Christof; Stoffel, Markus // Scientific Reports;2/6/2015, p8228
While the responses of Tien Shan glaciers - and glaciers elsewhere - to climatic changes are becoming increasingly well understood, this is less the case for permafrost in general and for rock glaciers in particular. We use a novel approach to describe the climate sensitivity of rock glaciers...
- Overhead imagery: Oh the possibilities. J. K. // Landscape Management;Feb2008, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p88
This article presents some possible uses for overhead imagery by landscape professionals. Overhead imagery can be used by homeowners to locate abutting property owners when notice to such owners is required under local codes for such things as pesticide spraying. Unhealthy lawns can be spotted...
- SIMRYN GILL: A Small Town at the Turn of the Century. STORER, RUSSELL // ArtAsiaPacific;Nov/Dec2013, Issue 86, p116
The article discusses "A Small Town at the Turn of the Century," a series of photographs by the Australia-based artist Simryn Gill. Created between 1999 and 2000, the series consists of photographs documenting the residents of Port Dickson, Malaysia wearing elaborate fruit headdresses. The...
- Laser rangefinders and ArcGIS combined with three-dimensional photorealistic modeling for mapping outcrops in the Slick Hills, Oklahoma. Alfarhan, Mohammed; White, Lionel; Tuck, Dean; Aiken, Carlos // Geosphere;Jun2008, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p576
The mapping of geology is conventionally done visually in a hands-on fashion, and the data are recorded in a field book or with photography. An alternative technique that combines reflectorless laser rangefinders or high-speed terrestrial laser scanners, global positioning system, and the...
- Through a Lens, Darkly. Braasch, Gary // E: The Environmental Magazine;Sep/Oct2000, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p26
Describes the effects of global warming and climate change. Evidences of global warming; Views on the significance of documenting the changes through photography.
- COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE DETERMINATION OF SURFACES FROM THE DIGITAL ORTHOPHOTOMAPS AND FIELD MEASUREMENTS WITH PRECISION GPS RECEPTORS. Moca, Valeriu; Cârdei, Mihaela; Radu, Oprea; Huţanu, Cristian // Agronomy Series of Scientific Research / Lucrari Stiintifice Ser;2011, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p160
In the period between 2003-2007, digital and analog ortophotomaps at a scale 1:10 000 were designed for a series of territorial administrative units in Romania, based on aerial photography methods. The use of the digital support of the ortophotomaps facilitates the retrieval in real time of the...
- Calendar 2013. // GEOInformatics;Jan2013, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p50
A calendar of events from February 14 to June 12, 2013 is presented including Munich Navigation Satellite Summit to be held in Germany, the 19th Annual CalGIS Conference to be held in California and the fourth China Satellite Navigation Conference (CSNC 2013) to be held in China.