Introduction to Remote Sensing

Sixth Edition

James B. Campbell, Randolph H. Wynne, and Valerie A. Thomas

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James B. Campbell, PhD, is Professor of Geography at Virginia Tech, where he teaches remote sensing, quantitative methods, and geomorphology. He has worked closely with students and faculty in forestry, geology, agronomy, and environmental sciences. The author of numerous technical articles and several books, Dr. Campbell has received the Outstanding Service Award and the Fellow Award from the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, as well as the Outstanding Service Medal from the Remote Sensing Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers. In 2020, Dr. Campbell received the AmericaView Lifetime Achievement Award. He has served as a principal investigator for the VirginiaView consortium and as a member and chair of the AmericaView Board of Directors.

Randolph H. Wynne, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation at Virginia Tech. He also serves as Director of the Interdisciplinary Graduate Education Program in Remote Sensing. He teaches courses focused on the environmental and natural resources applications of remote sensing at the senior and graduate levels. Dr. Wynne's research interests are in the applications of remote sensing to forestry, natural resource management, ecosystem ecology, and earth system science. He is a recipient of the Award in Forest Science from the Society of American Foresters. Dr. Wynne is Coeditor of the journal Science of Remote Sensing and Associate Editor of Remote Sensing of Environment.

Valerie A. Thomas, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation at Virginia Tech. She also serves as Co-Director of the Center for Environmental Analytics and Remote Sensing within the College of Natural Resources and Environment. Dr. Thomas teaches remote sensing courses in forest lidar applications and hyperspectral applications for natural resources. She also teaches about the linkages between forests, society, and climate. Dr. Thomas's research related to remote sensing of forest cover, function, and change has been funded through federal and state agencies and by industry.