Space-based Sensor Web for Earth Science Applications – an Integrated Architecture for Providing Societal Benefits

@inproceedings{Habib2004SpacebasedSW,
  title={Space-based Sensor Web for Earth Science Applications – an Integrated Architecture for Providing Societal Benefits},
  author={Shahid Habib and Stephen J. Talabac},
  year={2004}
}
There is a significant interest in the Earth Science research and user remote sensing community to substantially increase the number of useful observations relative to the current frequency of collection. The obvious reason for such a push is to improve the temporal, spectral, and spatial coverage of the area(s) under investigation. However, there is little analysis available in terms of the benefits, costs and the optimal set of sensors needed to make the necessary observations. Classic… CONTINUE READING
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