Optimum specifications for large scale urban mapping using conventional phtogrammetry

a study of existing techniques. by Jane E. Drummond

Publisher: Dept. of Surveying Engineering, University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, N.B

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SeriesTechnical report / Dept. of Surveying Engineering, University of New Brunswick -- no.44
ContributionsUniversity of New Brunswick. Department ofSurveying Engineering.
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Differences in urbanization trajectories can be identified using temporal signatures. We use an iterative clustering method to distinguish stable urban from urban growth. From through India experienced higher rates of urbanization than China. From. Detection of urban change using multitemporal remotely sensed data is a challenge due to the unique characteristics of urban landscapes: urban change usually accounts for a small proportion of the study area and is scattered in different locations; and urban change is often confounded with other land cover changes.Map scales can also be described as either “small” or “large.” Such descriptions are usually made in reference to representative fractions and the amount of detail represented on a map.

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Maps at these scales are most often produced using the by minute quadrangle formats. Small-scale maps (, and smaller) show large areas on single map sheets.