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10.Which term does not fit with the others?a.Small map-to-ground ratiob.Small scalec.1:250,000d.Fine resolution
e.Low resolution11.Vegetation usually has a _____ reflectance in the visible and a _____ reflectance in the near-infrared. the contrast in reflectance between these two assists in ____. a.Low; high; identifying vegetation types12.The ability of a sensor to define fine wavelength intervals is described as the sensors spectral resolution.a.True13.Which of the following applications would require multi-temporal (many times) imagery?14.The ____ the focal length of the camera, the larger the area covered on the ground, but with lessdetail (ie smaller scale).a.Shorter15.Oblique aerial photographs are good for capturing terrain relief and measurements of distance, area, an elevation.a.False16.When taking vertical photographs the aircraft usually flies in a series of lines, called ____ with _____ overlap between photos to allow for _______ viewing. a.Flight lines; 50-60%; stereoscopic17.Which of the following is not an advantage of MSS (multispectral scanning systems) over photographic systems?a.Consistent photochemical process for film development18.Which of the following characteristics is not true of thermal sensors?a.Small IFOVs, fine spatial resolution19.TIROS, ATS, GOES, DMSP are all _____ satellites.a.Weather20.Which of the following is not true of AVHRR sensors or imagery?a.Useful for high resolution, large scale applications21.The first US satellite dedicated to monitoring land and ocean surfaces for mapping, launched by NASA in 1972, was the first of the successful ____ series.a.Landsat22.Which of the following is not true of the TM (thematic mapper) sensor?23.Landsats orbit the earth along a ____ path, passing the ____ at about the same time each day, and then image ____ one swath the next day, coming back around to their starting point about every ____ 3 days. a.Longitudinal; equator; west; 16-1824.Which of the following satellites/sensors was first launched by France in 1986, uses along-track (pushbroom) scanning technology, has twin high resolution visible (HRV) imaging systems, can
acquire stereoscopic imager, and has fine spatial detail?
a.SPOT25.Special sensors have been launched to detect pollutants, phytoplankton concentrations, and temperature of the worlds oceans.a.True
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