Remote sensing treatise of petroleum geology reprint series no 19 edited by edward beaumont and norman h foster isbn 0 89181 418 3 american association of petroleum geologists 1992 670 p review by christopher g kendall this book consists of a series of papers chosen to cover most of the aspects of remote. Where to use it remote sensing data are useful in all structural terranes but are especially important in remote areas where local topographic and geological control is absent or unobtainable in hydrocarbon exploration remote sensing data is primarily used to 1 examine and map the surface geology in and around a concession area and 2 check terrain conditions and access routes for . Remote sensing in geology is remote sensing used in the geological sciences as a data acquisition method complementary to field observation because it allows mapping of geological characteristics of regions without physical contact with the areas being explored. American association of petroleum geologists treatise of petroleum geology reprint series no 19 the american association of petroleum geologists tulsa oklahoma usa 607 pp price 40 hardcover 32 softcover. Tulsa okla american association of petroleum geologists c1992 555 p treatise of petroleum geology reprint series no 18 includes bibliographical references tn271p4f67 1992 global environment remote sensing edited by kenichi okamoto
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