Aerial Photography

Aerial photography (or airborne imagery) is the taking of photographs from an aircraft or other flying object. Platforms for aerial photography include fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or "drones"), balloons, blimps and dirigibles, rockets, pigeons, kites, parachutes, stand-alone telescoping and vehicle-mounted poles. Mounted cameras may be triggered remotely or automatically; hand-held photographs may be taken by a photographer. Aerial photography should not be confused with air-to-air photography, where one or more aircraft are used as chase planes that "chase" and photograph other aircraft in flight.

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ARI · 20 April 2022 English

compendium of research in the northwest territories This publication is a collaboration between the Aurora Research Institute, the Government of the Northwest Territories Department of Environment and Natural Resources, the …

fixed wing aircraft. At each study area, the aerial photography work was contracted out to local organisations


IJC · 17 February 2022 English

the Board about tradeoffs — the benefits and harms that changes in water levels and flows The Board employed several strategies to try and bal- can bring about for competing …

Lawrence Seaway are required to “light load” or Aerial photography that is captured at approximately carry less


EAC · 7 December 2021 English

For example, how much of the 8% is true old growth forest, and how much are each of the other classifications of forest that counted towards 8% (Steps 3 – …

procedure (Stewart et al., 2003) and through aerial photography and spatial analysis of previous forest management


NWMO · 21 September 2021 English

The most significant changes from the 2016 cost estimate are the continued development and demonstration of the engineered barrier system design and components, and the narrowing of potential siting areas …

activities/tools including satellite imagery, aerial photography, geophysical monitoring, starting 5 years activities/tools including satellite imagery, aerial photography, geophysical monitoring, starting 5 years activities/tools including satellite imagery, aerial photography, geophysical monitoring (may be reduced if


International Joint Commission · 7 August 2021 English

Souris River Plan of Study

rail alignments were delineated based on aerial photography (2015 Minot, 2015 NAIP, 2010 Ward County)


BC Council on Admissions and Transfer · 27 July 2021 English

Chi says the advocacy piece of the ABCFP is now on the shoulders of the professionals and not on the ABCFP. [...] • Recommendation to manage for redundancy on the …

Curricular Changes Changes were made to the Aerial Photography and Image Interpretation course. The course


NWMO · 30 June 2021 English

The most significant changes from the 2016 cost estimate are the continued development and demonstration of the engineered barrier system design and components, and the narrowing of potential siting areas …

activities/tools including satellite imagery, aerial photography, geophysical monitoring, starting 5 years activities/tools including satellite imagery, aerial photography, geophysical monitoring, starting 5 years activities/tools including satellite imagery, aerial photography, geophysical monitoring (may be reduced if


EAC · 4 May 2021 English

Ultimately, more refined corridor mapping and rationale is needed to inform Action 32 in the Plan: “Amend the Regional Plan and Municipal Planning Strategies to prioritize the preservation and creation …

Network (NSHN) is updated and maintained from aerial photography. Hydrographic features (banks, network linear


ABMI · 31 March 2021 English

The Technical Committee is directly involved in the assembling of the enhanced sub-layers (i.e., Roads, Railways, and Well Sites) and includes members from the GoA and the ABMI. [...] Few …

hydrography 100 features Orthophoto imagery 10 Aerial photography 10 SRD regional investigation 25 External


International Joint Commission · 31 March 2021 English

Osoyoos Lake Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment (Phase 1)

population > 200 people) were adjusted using aerial photography surveys of the number of buildings or homes the irrigated land area was estimated from aerial photography. This approach is consistent with methods


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