Full-Text Search:
Home|Journal Papers|About CNKI|User Service|FAQ|Contact Us|中文
《ACTA GEOGRAPHICA SINICA》 1994-S1
Add to Favorite Get Latest Update

ADVANCE IN REMOTE SENSING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Tong Qingxi(The Branch Socicty of Environmemal Remote Sensing, Geographycal Sorwty of China. Beijing, 100101)  
Virtually, remote sensing is the physical measurement of geo process and geo-features on the earth surface without direct contacting with it. In this paper the relationship between geography and remote sensing is described. Remote sensing is an independent science and technology and also is a support technique for geographical studies on other hand. By using of remote sensing the procedure of geographical studies has been essentially changed.During the last decade remote sensing has developed from its experimental stage to the operational stage. As the representative of remote sensing system, Landsat and SPOT satellites have found its wide application in geography, geology, engineering urban planing, surveying and mapping, meteorological, hydrology, oceanography, environmental monitoring, agriculture, forestry and other disciplines. In addition, the meteorological satellites such as NOAA series satellite also have its great potential by its high frequency of repeated coverage of earth surtace.Three important frontiers of remote sensing are described in this paper. Microwave remote sensing and high spectral resolution remote sensing are the most important new fields.Great attention has been paid in development of such new remote sensing fields in the last decade. Microwave remote sensing has its all weather, all time and proper penetration capabilities while the high spectral resolution remote sensing has fairly high spectral resolution with nano-meter (nm) level. Both of them has provided a great potentials for the study of earth surface phenomena. The information about the structure. the soil moisture, the penetration infromation under dry sand and the information about the flooding provided by microwave remote sensing has greatly enriched the knowledge of earth sciences for buman being.With increasing the spectral bands and spectral resolution the abilities of identification of surface materials and components such as minerals and mineral alterations, vegetation and vegetation under the environmental stress have been greatly enhanced. the spectral diagnostic features of the earth objects extrated from the hyperspectral imagery can be used for identification and classification with high accuracy.The study of earth simultaneously and in real tinle base at global scale has become possible only with remote sensing. The dynamic change of drainage. migration of coast lines and water bodies, landuse change, land degradation, desertification, deforestation and biomass distribution. can be analysed and mapped by using of remote sensing. Remote sensing is also in developing with integration and support of Geographic information System (GIS) . Global Positioning System (GPS), Expert System (ES) and other science and technologies. Remote sensinghas shown its broad prospects in the coming decade.
【CateGory Index】: TP7
Download(CAJ format) Download(PDF format)
CAJViewer7.0 supports all the CNKI file formats; AdobeReader only supports the PDF format.
【References】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 6 Hits
1 LIAO Ke(Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS,Beijing 100101,China);Geo-information Science and Its Application in the 21th Century[J];Developments In Surveying and Mapping;2001-02
2 QIAN Xin qiang (Department of Geography, Henan University, Kaifeng 470071, China)$$$$;The Environmental Remote Sensing and Researching Method of the Geographic Science[J];AREAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT;1999-03
3 Han Lijian,Pan Yaozhong,Jia Bin,Zhu Xiufang,Liu Xulong,Wang Shuang,Zhang Jinshui (State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology(Beijing Normal University);College of Resources Science & Technology,Beijing Normal University,Beijing 100875,China);Acquisition of paddy rice coverage based on multi-temporal IRS-P6 satellite AWiFS RS-data[J];Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering;2007-05
4 Ju Wenzhen Wang Xinjie(College of Forestry,Beijing Forestry University,Beijing 100086,China);Application of Synthetic Aperture Radar in Forestry[J];World Forestry Research;2009-05
5 YAN Jian-zhong 1,LIU Xiu-hua 1,WANG Xuan-de 2(1.College of Resources and Environment,Southwest Agricultural University,Chongqing 400716,China; 2.Beibei Land Management Bureau,Chongqing 400700,China);STUDY ON INDEXES FOR LAND USE / COVER CHANGE[J];Journal of Southwest Agricultural University;2000-06
6 GU Chao lin(Department of Urban and Resource Sciences,Nanjing University,Nanjing 210093,China);Study on phenomena and mechanism of land use/cover change in Beijing[J];JOURNAL OF NATURAL RESOURCES;1999-04
【Co-references】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 JIANG Xu dong, XU Zhen yu, LOU Jin (Institute of Agricultural Natural Resources and Regional Planning of Anhui Province, Hefei 230001, China);STUDY ON MONITERING WINTER WHEAT-SOWN AREAS IN NORTHERN ANHUI PROVINCE BY USE OF THE CBERS-1 SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING IMAGE[J];Geology of Anhui;2001-04
2 ZHANG Sheng 1, 2 (1. Department of Urban & Resources Sciences, Nanjing University, Nanjing, 210093,China;2.Department of Geography, Suzhou Normal College, Suzhou, 234000,china);DATING METHODS USED IN QUATERNARY NONCOHESIVE SEDMENTS AND THEIR USABILITY[J];Journal of Anhui Normal University(Natural Science);2001-04
3 SHEN Fei,HUANG Weiwei,ZHA Liangsong(College of Territorial Resources and Tourism, Anhui Normal University, Wuhu 241000, China);A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON THE MEND OF THE TECHNIQUE OF INTEGRATION OF RS AND GIS FOR THE DYNAMIC CHANGES OF LAND USE[J];Journal of Anhui Normal University(Natural Science);2002-04
4 CHEN Tuo, QIN Da he, REN Jia wen (Lanzhou Institute of Glaciology and Geocryology, Chinese Academy of Science, Lanzhou Gansu 730000, China);The Significance of Temperatures Disclosed from Tree ring Cellulose δ~(18)O[J];JOURNAL OF GLACIOLGY AND GEOCRYOLOGY;1999-03
5 CHEN Jia-qi 1, SHI Ya-feng 1,2(1. Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing Jiangsu 210008, China; 2. Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lanzhou;Comparison of the Winter Temperature in the Yangtze Delta in the Last 1000 a with the Record in Guliya Ice Core[J];Journal of Glaciolgy and Geocryology;2002-01
6 JIAO Yuan-mei 1,2, MA Ming-guo 1, XIAO Du-ning 1 (1.State Key Laboratory of Frozen Soil Engineering, CAREERI, CAS, Lanzhou Gansu 730000, China; 2.Tourist and Geography Department, Yunnan Normal University, Kunming Yunnan 650092, China);Research on the Landscape Pattern of Zhangye Oasis in the Middle Reaches of Heihe River[J];Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology;2003-01
7 WU Shu-fen, HAN Ping, LI Yan, XUE Yan, ZHU Ye-chao(Hydrology and Water Resources Bureau of Xinjiang, rümqi Xinjiang 830000, China);Predicted Variation Tendency of the Water Resources in the Headwaters of the Tarim River[J];Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology;2003-06
8 QI Yuan, WANG Yi-mou, WANG Jian-hua, YAN Chang-zhen(Cold and Arid Regions Environment and Engineering Research Institute,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Lanzhou Gansu 730000,China);The Spatio-Temporal Variations of Land Use and Their Driving Mechanisms in Ningxia,China[J];Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology;2005-06
9 PIAO Shilong\ FANG Jingyun\ GUO Qinghua (Department of Urban & Environmental Science, Key Lab for Earth Surface Processes of the Ministry of Education, Peking University, Beijing, 100871);Terrestrial Net Primary Production and Its Spatio-temporal Patterns in China during 1982—1999[J];Acta Scicentiarum Naturalum Universitis Pekinesis;2001-04
10 SUN Yanrong\ MU Zhiguo (School of Earth and Space Sciences,Peking University,Beijing,100871) CUI Haiting (Department of Urban and Environmental Science,Peking University,Beijing,100871);Carbon,Hydrogen Oxygen Isotope Studies on Imbedded Old Tree Ring and Paleoclimate Reconstruction[J];Acta Scicentiarum Naturalum Universitis Pekinesis;2002-02
【Secondary References】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 TANG Jin-hua (Xianning College,Xianning,Hubei 437101 );Analysis of the Driving Force of Land Use Change in Nanchang City[J];Journal of Anhui Agricultural Sciences;2006-12
2 LU Chun-yang et al (School of Geographic Sciences of Southwest University,Chongqing 400715);Study on the Driving Force of Land Use Based on the Primary Factor Analysis[J];Journal of Anhui Agricultural Sciences;2006-21
3 ZHANG Yu-chun et al(College of Geography and Environment Science,NWNU,Lanzhou,Gansu 730070);Research on Social and Economic Driving Mechanism of Land Use/Cover Change in Oasis Region[J];Journal of Anhui Agricultural Sciences;2007-09
4 ZHANG Hui et al (Agricultural University of Hebei,Baoding,Hebei 071001);Impact of Land Consolidation on Change of Regional Landscape[J];Journal of Anhui Agricultural Sciences;2007-22
5 HUANG Qiu-yan (Institute of Resource and Environmental Science,Guangxi Teachers Education University,Nanning,Guangxi 530001);Landscape Pattern Changes and Its Eco-environmental Effects in the Cascade Development of Hongshui River Reservoir Area during the Past 18 Years[J];Journal of Anhui Agricultural Sciences;2008-28
6 CHEN Mo et al(Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes,Ministry of Education,College of Environmental Sciences of Peking University,Beijing 100871);Study on Green Space Changes of Beijing[J];Journal of Anhui Agricultural Sciences;2009-21
7 MA Zhong-mo (GIS Centre of Anhui Province Development Planning Commission,Hefei 230001);Review and Development Thought of Geographic Spatial Information Infrastructure of Anhui Province[J];Journal of Anhui Agricultural University;2004-03
8 MENG Jijun, YAN Fen College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University, Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes, Ministry of Education, Beijing 100871;;Temporal and Spatial Variation of LUCC Driving Forces on the Edge of Metropolis:A Case Study of Changping District[J];Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Pekinensis;2008-03
9 MENG Jijun,YAN Fen College of Urban and Environmental Sciences,Peking University,Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes,Ministry of Education,Beijing 100871;;Temporal and Spatial Variation of LUCC Driving Forces on the Edge of Metropolis:A Case Study of Changping District[J];Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Pekinensis;2009-02
10 Chen Shupeng,Xie Chuanjie(Institute of Geographical Science and Resources,CAS,Beijing,100101);Urban Remote Sensing and Urban Geo-information System[J];DEVELOPMENTS IN SURVEYING AND MAPPING;2000-01
China Proceedings of conference Full-text Database 4 Hits
1 ZHANG Li-chao1,Pan Zhen1,WANG Ke-ke1,WANG Qing-shan1,ZHENG Hai-ying1,ZHANG Shi-quan1 (1.Institute of Surveying and Mapping, Information Engineering University, Zheng zhou 450052;2.First the Management Committee High&New Technology Industrial Development Zone of Zhengzhou , 450001 );Research on the System Architecture of the Earth Space Information Science[A];[C];2008
2 ZHANG Lichao1,Pan Zhen2,WANG Keke1,WANG Qingshan1, ZHENG Haiying1,ZHANG Shiquan1 (1. Institute of Surveying and Mapping, Information Engineering University, Zheng zhou 450052;2.First the Management Committee High&New Technology Industrial Development Zone of Zhengzhou , 450001 );Research on the System Architecture of the Earth Space Information Science[A];[C];2008
3 Song Yongjun Zhongquanbao Zhangzengyun (Shandong Geomatics Center 250013);The Application of “3S” Technologies in City[A];[C];2005
4 MIN Jie Zhang anlu (1Management Department of Tianjin Polytechnic University,Tianjin 300160,China;2 Land Management Department of Huazhong Agricultural University,Wuhan 430070,China);Scale Effect Analysis of Driving Mechanism of Rural-urban Land Conversion[A];[C];2007
©2006 Tsinghua Tongfang Knowledge Network Technology Co., Ltd.(Beijing)(TTKN) All rights reserved