Geostatistical Modeling of Air Temperature Using Thermal Remote Sensing

  title={Geostatistical Modeling of Air Temperature Using Thermal Remote Sensing},
  author={Masoud Minaei and Foad Minaei},
Geographic Information Systems and spatial interpolation are the most often used geographic sciences for spatial analysis and visualization of temperature to use in hydrological studies. According to dependency of nature of thermal bands data to temperature, using thermal remote sensing images as auxiliary data can be useful in air temperature spatial interpolation. In light of these considerations, we used Landsat thermal bands together with Kriging and Co-kriging geostatistical methods for… CONTINUE READING


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