Lab 1 - GEOG330 INTRODUCTION TO REMOTE SENSING LAB 1 AERIAL...

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LAB 1 AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY VISUAL INTERPRETATION (35 points) Name ___ Lab Section This template is provided for the creation of your lab report. Answer each question below and distinguish your answers from these questions by using italics and bold . Only lab reports with this format will be accepted. Photo 1 . This is a photograph of the Mt. Fairweather area in British Columbia, Canada on the Alaska border. 1. What is the main feature depicted in this stereopair? The main feature is a glacier. 2. If the top of the photo is north, in which direction is it flowing? The glacier is flowing west. 3. How can you tell? You can tell because there is melt water at the western end of the glacier. 4. What time of year do you think this photo was taken? Why? I think the time of year would probably be late spring, just before summer because the mountains aren’t fully snow covered and the glacier is melting. Photo 2 . This is a natural color aerial photograph of San Francisco, CA. taken in 1994. Natural color photographs might be interpreted more readily due to familiarity with color seen around you every day. However, the level of contrast between photo features is often weak, especially with haze conditions. 5. What do you think might be the function of the building at A? Explain This function is probably a clubhouse because it is located on a golf course. 6. What are the features at B and C? The features of B and C are a tennis courts.
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