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Interpretation of landforms from aerial photographs

Author(s) or contact(s): N. Keser
Source: Research Branch
Subject: Aerial Photography
Series: Miscellaneous Report
Other details:  Published 1976. Hardcopy is available.


This book, which exemplifies Dr. Keser's long standing interest in aerial photograph interpretation, was originally prepared as a supplement to the British Columbia Forest Land Classification System.

This title presents the identification of various landforms from aerial photographs. A basic knowledge of geomorphology is essential for the accurate interpretation of landforms from photographs. A glossary has been appended with each section for reference.

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Updated January 09, 2009