High Resolution Project

This project is designed to examine different geographic applications of high resolution multi-spectral imagery. The data sets used in this project have four different spectral bands and vary in ground resolution between .75 to 3.0 meters. The goal of this project is to prepare instructional applications and analytical approaches of high resolution multi-spectral data sets that instructors teaching remote sensing might use in their courses.

Below are .JPG files generated from selected data sets associated with this project. These files show the geographic coverage of each data set. Click on the thumbnail images to view larger full-resolution images. Also, one can download the raw data files. Each file relates to one spectral band.

For questions about this project, contact:
Paul R. Baumann
Department of Geography
SUNY College at Oneonta
Oneonta, New York 13820

Phone: 607-436-3459
FAX: 607-436-3103

The data sets used in this project were obtained from:
Aid To Education Package
250 Second Street East
Whitefish, Montana 59937

Phone: 406-826-7745
FAX: 406-862-7759
E-Mail: positive@possys.com

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