My first step was to find some information about GIS, remote sensing, and environmental assessment. I went to a resource that has Internet guides about lots of things.
I then checked one gopher (an early Internet search engine) subject guide and three WWW subject guides for environmental information resources. I located some excellent resources during this research -- some no longer exist.
The messages were sent on Thursday September 29, 1994 at 11:35 and 11:36 a.m. The first answer was sent back less than an hour later at 12:27 p.m. Nineteen responses in all were received; 17 via email; 2 by phone.
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Sender: Digital Image Processing of Remotely Sensed Data From: Terry Brainerd Chadwick Subject: airborne videography Is anyone on this list experienced with using airborne videography to analyze and search for hazardous waste sites? I am looking for papers, studies, engineering application notes, and other information on this subject. I am also interested in locating companies who consult in the area of remote sensing for environmental assessments. Any suggestions and pointers in this area will be appreciated. This message has been posted in the imagrs-l and gis-l lists. Apologies for any duplication. Thank you. Terry Brainerd Chadwick InfoQuest! Information Services Email: email@example.com Ph: (503)228-4023 Fax: (503)220-1934
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Sender: Geographic Information Systems Discussion List From: Terry Brainerd Chadwick Subject: airborne videography Is anyone on this list experienced with using airborne videography to analyze and search for hazardous waste sites? I am looking for papers, studies, engineering application notes, and other information on this subject. I am also interested in locating companies who consult in the area of remote sensing for environmental assessments. Any suggestions and pointers in this area will be appreciated. This message has been posted in the imagrs-l and gis-l lists. Apologies for any duplication. Thank you. Terry Brainerd Chadwick InfoQuest! Information Services Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: (503)228-4023 Fax: (503)220-1934
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Date: Thu, 29 Sep 94 12:21:02 PDT Subject: Video imaging To: email@example.com Hello Terry Myself and others in the Geography Dept. at San Diego State University have been working with Positive Systems Inc (PSI) , of Kalispell, Montana on digital video and now digital multispectral camera imaging for environmental analyses. You might want to contact Ron Behrendt of PSI to learn about specifics of their system. We (SDSU and PSI) also plan to assess potential of this technology for hazardous waste applications over the next few years and would appreciate any info. that you might receive from your e-mail list requests. Currently we are working more on habitat monitoring applications and PSI has also assisted customers with forestry and non-point source pollution applications. Cheers, Doug Stow Prof./Chair
From firstname.lastname@example.org Thu Sep 29 12:27:48 1994 Return-Path: email@example.com Received: from uu2.psi.com (uu2.psi.com [18.104.22.168]) by well.sf.ca.us (8.6.9/8.6.9) with SMTP id MAA06412 for
; Thu, 29 Sep 1994 12:27:45 -0700 Received: from lfkw10-fddi.bgm.link.com by uu2.psi.com (5.65b/4.0.071791-PSI/PSINet) via SMTP; id AA15678 for firstname.lastname@example.org; Thu, 29 Sep 94 15:27:19 -0400 Received: from sgws23.bgm.link.com by link.com (4.1/3.1.090690-CAE-Link Corporation) id AA00540; Thu, 29 Sep 94 15:27:05 EDT Received: by sgws23.bgm.link.com (920330.SGI/911001.SGI) for @lfkw10.bgm.link.com:email@example.com id AA06209; Thu, 29 Sep 94 15:36:17 -0400 Date: Thu, 29 Sep 94 15:36:17 -0400 From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Egypt dept. 604) Message-Id: <9409291936.AA06209@sgws23.bgm.link.com> To: email@example.com Subject: airborne videography Status: R Terry, You might want to contact the people at the Cornell Lab for Environmental Applications of Remote Sensing (CLEARS). I know they were working with video and hazardous waste site assessment. I don't know if they were working with the two together. Steve DeGloria would be a good contact point. Also check with the ASPRS. They have a videography workshop every two years or so. There might be something in the proceedings. Let me know how you make out. Ed Ed Freeborn * Email : firstname.lastname@example.org CAE-Link ** Vox : (607)721-5260 PO Box 1237 **** Fax : (607)721-5501 Binghamton, NY 13902 **** ** "Usual Disclaimer..." 13902-1237 *** ** "The mind is a great least **** *** squares engine." R. Brock
From email@example.com Thu Sep 29 12:45:55 1994 Return-Path: firstname.lastname@example.org Received: from pjl53ig.i-p.attmail.com (PJL53IG.I-P.MAIL.ATT.NET [22.214.171.124]) by well.sf.ca.us (8.6.9/8.6.9) with SMTP id MAA13496 for
; Thu, 29 Sep 1994 12:45:53 -0700 Date: Thu, 29 Sep 1994 14:23:10 -0500 From: email@example.com (Brian J. Huberty) Received: from mntc600a by attmail; Thu Sep 29 19:38 GMT 1994 Subject: aerial video To: firstname.lastname@example.org Content-Type: text Message-ID: Status: R Terry, Give me a call for a full briefing on where to go. Sincerely, Brian Huberty state gis coord USDA-SCS madison, wi 53719 608/264-5570
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Sender: Geographic Information Systems Discussion List From: Ken Stumpf Subject: Re: airborne videography In-Reply-To: <199409291905.MAA132237@eis.calstate.edu> In regards to your question on airborne imagery and remote sensing consulting firms. Geographic Resource Solutions is a remote sensing and GIS consulting firm. We have done a number of large projects using satellite and airborne images for environmental and resource applications. We have not done any work using airborne video, however we are interested in this field. We can be contacted at (707)822-8005. john koltun director GIS services
From email@example.com Thu Sep 29 14:59:25 1994 Return-Path: firstname.lastname@example.org Received: from pa.itd.com ([126.96.36.199]) by well.sf.ca.us (8.6.9/8.6.9) with SMTP id OAA10707 for
; Thu, 29 Sep 1994 14:59:24 -0700 Received: by pa.itd.com (4.1/SMI-4.1) id AA26092; Thu, 29 Sep 94 16:54:13 CDT Message-Id: <9409292154.AA26092@pa.itd.com> Errors-To: From: email@example.com (Tim Gress) Date: Thu, 29 Sep 1994 16:54:12 -0500 X-Mailer: Mail User's Shell (7.2.5 10/14/92) To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: airborne videography Status: RO Terry, I saw your post on the IMAGES-L newsgroup about airborne videography for hazardous waste assessment. My group has had a little bit of experience doing this but only on a pilot project basis (in other words we only did this once). But what my group does have a tremendous amount of experiece with are building the sensor systems. The Space Remote Sensing Center had been very successful building digital (and I stress digital versus analog) video systems for projects within our agriculture initiative. We've been flying our systems for three years over high value crops to detect stress (bugs, water, etc.). We basically build two different models in which one utilizes Cohu video camerasand the other uses Kodak Megaplus cameras. As I stated earlier both systems are true digital camera systems which eliminates the need to do any analog to digital conversion of the data. If you are interested in having SRSC fly our system over your study area just drop me a line. My groups main reason for being is to commercialize the use of remote sensing and we would be happy to talk to you about collaborating on a project. Tim -- ****************************************************************************** * Timothy A. Gress * * email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org * * Space Remote Sensing Center * * Building 1103, Suite 118 * * Stennis Space Center, MS 39529 * * Tel: (601)688-2509 * * * * This mail message represents my own personal thoughts and opinions. I * * don't need ITD, SRSC, or NASA telling me what to say. I'm my own man! * ******************************************************************************
From email@example.com Thu Sep 29 18:07:39 1994 Return-Path: firstname.lastname@example.org Received: from itd0.dsto.gov.au (itd0.dsto.gov.au [188.8.131.52]) by well.sf.ca.us (8.6.9/8.6.9) with SMTP id SAA19889 for
; Thu, 29 Sep 1994 18:07:34 -0700 Received: from itd.dsto.gov.au (macitd2.dsto.gov.au) by itd0.dsto.gov.au (4.1/SMI-4.1) id AA12080; Fri, 30 Sep 94 10:36:48 CST Message-Id: <9409300106.AA12080@itd0.dsto.gov.au> Date: 30 Sep 1994 10:42:50 U From: "Garth Morgan" Subject: Airborne videography To: "Terry " Status: RO Terry Chadwick A world authority on airborne videography is Dr Frank Honey of SpecTerra Systems Pty Ltd, 2 Leura Street , NEDLANDS, Western Australia 6009, Phone 61-9-386 2992 FAX 61-9-386 7935. His company builds a Digital Multispectral Video (DMSV) system which is being used for environmental monitoring in several countries on just such applications as you describes.This visible and infrared system has recently been purchased by the US Army Corps of Engineers for a wide range of environmental assessments and is also used extensively "down under" by academics, primary industry and research organisations. Over to you, Garth Morgan DSTO Electronics & Surveillance Research Laboratory PO Box 1600, SALISBURY, South Australia 5018 email: garth_morgan@itd
Date: Fri, 30 Sep 1994 12:52:06 BST From: "Eoin.OClerigh"
Subject: Re: airborne videography National Remote Sensing Centre Ltd is a Geo-information company supplying data and services to the Remote Sensing and GIS communities. (For example, we manage the UK-PAF for ERS-1 for the European Space Agency, are a supplier for SPOT, ERS-1, and Landsat, have an air photo group, perform set-aside monitoring for the UK Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Food - using integrated SPOT and ERS-1 as well as digitized Ordnance Survey maps in Arc-Info - and have flown airborne GPS-referenced video for freshwater mapping in the Gulf). To find out more, contact us at +44-252-541-464 (main switch) +44-252-375016 (fax) Hope we can be of use to you. Eoin O Clerigh Applications Consultancy Group NRSC
From 00G0VENUGOPA@bsuvc.bsu.edu Fri Sep 30 05:24:49 1994 Return-Path: 00G0VENUGOPA@bsuvc.bsu.edu Received: from VIRGO.BSUVC.BSU.EDU (virgo.bsuvc.bsu.edu [184.108.40.206]) by well.sf.ca.us (8.6.9/8.6.9) with ESMTP id FAA12843 for
; Fri, 30 Sep 1994 05:24:48 -0700 Received: from BSUVC.bsu.edu by BSUVC.bsu.edu (PMDF V4.3-7 #6522) id <01HHPR3S3VEO8Y57VA@BSUVC.bsu.edu>; Fri, 30 Sep 1994 07:24:42 EST Date: Fri, 30 Sep 1994 07:24:42 -0500 (EST) From: email@example.com Subject: video Sender: 00G0VENUGOPA@bsuvc.bsu.edu To: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-id: <01HHPR3S6A828Y57VA@BSUVC.bsu.edu> X-VMS-To: IN%"email@example.com" MIME-version: 1.0 Content-type: TEXT/PLAIN; CHARSET=US-ASCII Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT Status: R You may contact Dr. Paul Mause, Department of Geography, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN . The phone Number is 812 237 2444. he ahs done a bit of work. He will direct you to Dr, Everett at Texas. I dont have their e-mail......venu
Date: Fri, 30 Sep 1994 08:31:04 -0500 From: Marc Berryman
Subject: airborne videography -Reply RE: >Is anyone on this list experienced with using airborne >videography to analyze and search for hazardous waste sites? >I am looking for papers, studies, engineering application >notes, and other information on this subject. I am also >interested in locating companies who consult in the area of >remote sensing for environmental assessments. Dr. Douglas Wunneburger (firstname.lastname@example.org or (409) 845-5033) or Dr. Maggio ((409) 845-8069), both with Texas A & M University has done extensive work with videography. This work has included hazardous waste sites as well as land use/land cover, wetland declinations, and other aspects. Good Luck Marc E. Berryman | Without knowledge one can only Statewide GIS Planning | offer opinion and conjecture. Texas Dept of Info. Resources | ---My opinions, no implied email@example.com | endorsements, etc..
From davel@pagoda.CNR.ColoState.EDU Fri Sep 30 06:41:04 1994 Return-Path: davel@pagoda.CNR.ColoState.EDU Received: from pagoda (pagoda.CNR.ColoState.EDU [220.127.116.11]) by well.sf.ca.us (8.6.9/8.6.9) with SMTP id GAA24264 for
; Fri, 30 Sep 1994 06:41:03 -0700 Received: by pagoda (4.1/SMI-DDN) id AA01299; Fri, 30 Sep 94 07:41:01 MDT From: davel@pagoda.CNR.ColoState.EDU (Dave Linden) Message-Id: <9409301341.AA01299@pagoda> Subject: Aerial Videography To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Fri, 30 Sep 1994 07:41:00 -0600 (MDT) X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.4 PL21] Content-Type: text Content-Length: 10546 Status: R I have been working with Airborne Videography extensively for the past three years. My work has mainly centered on the automatic mosaicking of video into digitial images that can then be analyzed using a GIS. I have done some site selection work using video. I'm not sute what you are looking for. Do you want to detect exiting hazardous waste sites or do you want to select sites for hazardous waste ( I've have done some of this work at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal but using maps and aerial photos, not video)? Anyway, I am attaching an extensive bibliography that I have compiled for Airborne Videography. It does not include any articles specific to hazardous waste but might be of assistance to you. I do consult extensively in the area of remote sensing for environmental assesment. Please contact me via e-mail, mail, or phone if you require additional info. ------------------------------------------------------------------- David S. Linden Phone: (303) 229-0638 DSL Consulting Fax: (303) 229-9077 1520 River Oak Drive Fort Collins, CO 80525-5535 email@example.com ------------------------------------------------------------------- Ammon, D.S., D.F. Post, A.R. Huete, T.C. Tucker, and D.H Kliman, 1987. Evaluation of Multispectral Video Imaging as an Agricultural Research- Management Tool. Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Workshop on Color Aerial Photo and Videography in the Plant Sciences and Related Fields, Weslaco, Texas, pp. 307-317. Babey, S.K. and C.D. Anger, 1989. A Compact Airborne Spectographic Imager (casi). Proceedings of the International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Vancouver, pp. 1028-1031. Bobbe, T.J., D. Reed , and J. Schramek, 1993. Georeferenced Airborne Video Imagery, Natural Resource Applications on the Tsongass. Journal of Forestry, 91:8:34-37. Bobbe, T.J, 1992. Real-Time Differential GPS For Aerial Surveying and Remote Sensing. GPS World July/August 1992 :18-22. Buffington, K, 1991. Remote Sensing Techniques for Mapping Gypsy Moth Defoliation. Professional Paper for Master of Science Degree at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. Buffington, K., R.M. Hoffer, and R.J. Myhre, 1992. Comparison of Techniques for Mapping Gypsy Moth Defoliation. Proceedings of Resource Technology 92, Washington, D.C., pp. 177-185. Caylor, J.A. and R, Bergey, 1990. Using Airborne Video to Update Existing Spatial Databases in Southeast Alaska. Proceedings of Third Annual Forest Service Remote Sensing Applications Conference, pp. 275-292. Colombo, O., Peters, M, 1992. Precision Long-Range DGPS for Airborne Surveys. GPS World April 1992. Chapman, M.A, 1989. Pipeline Right-of-Way Surveillance Using Multi- Spectral Scanners. Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, The Hague, The Netherlands, pp. 243-247. Cosandier, D., M.A. Chapman, and T. Ivanco, 1993. Low Cost Attitude Systems for Airborne Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry. Proceedings of the GIS'93 Conferenece, Ottawa, March, pp. 295-303. Cosandier, D., Ivanco, T., and Mah, S, 1992. The Geocorrection and Integration of the Global Positioning System with the Compact Airborne Spectrographic Imager. Proceedings 15th Annual Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, pp. 385-390. Diefes, D., L. Fan, and C. Rodgers, 1993. Dynamic GPS Attitude Determining System for Marine Applications Concept Design and Developmental Test Results. Proceedings of the National Technical Meeting Institute of Navigation. Evans, D.L, 1992. Using GPS to Evaluate Aerial Video Missions. GPS World July/August 1992 :24-29. Evans, D L.and R. Beltz. 1992 . Aerial Video for Support of Forest Inventory. Proceedings of the 3th Biennial Workshop on Color Aerial Photography and Videography in the Plant Sciences, Orlando, pp. 192-198. Everitt, J.H., D.E. Escobar, R. Villarreal, M.A. Alaniz, and M.R. Davis, 1993. Integration of Airborne Video, Global Positionong System and Geographic Information System Technologies for Detecting and Mapping Two Woody Legumes on Rangelands. Weed Technology, 93:7:981-987. Everitt, J.H. and D.E. Escobar, 1989,. The Status of Video Systems for Remote Sensing Applications. Proceedings 12th Biennial Workshop on Color Aerial Photography and Videography in the Plant Sciences and Related Fields, Sparks, Nevada, pp. 6-21. Everitt, J.H., A.J. Richardson, D.E. Escobar, an R. Villarreal, 1989. Mapping Native Plant Communities with Color-infrared Video Imagery. Proceedings 12th Biennial Workshop on Color Aerial Photography and Videography in the Plant Sciences and Related Fields, Sparks, Nevada, pp. pp. 30-37. Everitt, J.H., M.A. Alaniz, and M.R. Davis, 1989. Using Multispectral Video Imagery for Detecting Soil Surface Conditions. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 55:467-471. Everitt, J.H., D.E. Escobar, W.G. Hart, and M.R. Davis, 1988. Applications of Videography Technology in Natural Resource Management. Proceedings Resource Technology 88 International Symposium on Advanced Techniques in Natural Resource Management, Ft. Collins, Colorado, pp. 28-41. Everitt, J.H., A.H. Gerbermann, D.E. Escobar, P.R. Nixon, and M.A. Alaniz, 1987. Detecting Saline Soi1s with Video Imagery. Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Workshop on Color Aerial Photo and Videography in the Plant Sciences and Related Fields, Weslaco, Texas, pp. 318-325. Everitt, J.H., M.A. Hussey, D.E. Escobar, P.R. Nixon, and B. Pinkerton, 1986. Assessment of Grassland Phytomass with Airborne Video Imagery. Remote Sensing of the Environment, 20:299-306. Everitt, J.H. and P.R. Nixon, 1985. False Color Video Imagery: A Potential Remote Sensing Tool for Range Management. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 51:675-679. Gausman, H.W., D.E. Escobar, and R.L. Bowen, 1983. A Video System to Demonstrate Interactions of Near-infrared Radiation with Plant Leaves. Remote Sensing of Environment, 13:363-366. Gibson, J.R., R.A. O'Neil, R.A. Nelville, S.M. Till, and W.D. McColl, 1983. A Stereo Electro-Optical Line Scanner Imager for Automated Mapping. Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Automated Photography, Vol. II, Ottawa, pp. 165-176. Graham, L.E, 1993. Airborne Video for Near-Real-Time Vegetation Mapping. Journl of Forestry, 91:8:28-31. Lee, C.T, 1990 The Use of Multispectral Video Remote Sensing to Monitor Suspended Sediment Concentrations. PhD Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. Linden, D.S. and R.M. Hoffer. [in press] Automated Digital Mosaicking of Airborne Videography. Proceedings of the 5th Biennial USDA Forest Service Remote Sensing Applications Conference; Portland, Oregon Lusch, D.P., F.J Sapio, 1987, Mapping Gypsy Moth Defoliation in Michigan Using Airborne CIR Video. Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Workshop on Color Aerial Photo and Videography in the Plant Sciences and Related Fields, Weslaco, Texas, pp. 261-269. Mackey, H.E. Jr., J.R. Jensen, M.E. Hodgson, and K.W. O'Cuilinn, 1987. Color Infrared Video Mapping of Upland and Wetland Communities. Proceedings 11th Biennial Workshop on Color Aerial Photography and Videography in the Plant Sciences and Related Fields, Weslaco, Texas, pp. 252-260. Manzer, F.E. and G.R. Cooper, 1982. Uses of Portable Video-taping for Aerial Infrared Detection of Potato Disease. Plant Disease, 66:665-667. Marsh, S.E., J.L. Walsh, and C.F. Hutchinson, 1990 Development of an Agricultural Landuse GIS for Senegal Derived from Multispectral Video and Photographic Data. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 56:351-357. Meisner, D.E, 1986. Fundamentals of Airborne Video Remote Sensing. Remote Sensing of Environment, l9:63-79. Munson, A.S. and R.J. Myhre, S.M. Dewhurst, and D.E. Meisner 1988. Assessment of a Color Infrared Aerial Video System for Forest Insect Detection and Evaluation. Proceedings of Second Forest Service Remote Sensing Applications Conference, Slidell, Mississippi, pp. 242-252. Myhre, R.J. and B. Silvey, 1992. An Airborne Video System Developed Within Forest Pest Management - Status and Activities. Remote Sensing and Natural Resource Management, Proceedings of the Fourth Forest Service Remote Sensing Applications Conference, Orlando, Florida. Myhre, R.J., C.W. Sumpter, and L.A. Graham, 1991. Airborne Videography - A Potential Tool for Resource Managers. Proceedings of Resource Technology 90 Sysmposium, Washington, D.C., pp. 590-594. Myhre, R.J., L.A. Graham, and C.W. Sumpter, 1990. Airborne Video Technology. Proceedings of Third Forest Service Remote Sensing Applications Conference, Tucson, Arizona. pp. 293-298. Myhre, R.J, 1988. Aerial Photography for Forest Pest Management. Proceedings of Second Forest Sevice Remote Sensing Applications Conference, Slidell, Louisianna, pp. 153-162. Niedrauer, T, 1991 A Coastal Survey with a Multispectral Video System. Unpublished Paper presented at the International Symposium on Optical Engeneering and Photonics in Aerospace Sensing, Orlando, Florida. Nixon, P.R., D.E. Escobar, and R.L. Bowen, 1987 A Multispectral False Color Video Imaging System for Remote Sensing Applications, Proceedings 11th Biennial Workshop on Color Aerial Photography and Videography in the Plant Sciences and Related Fields, Weslaco, Texas, pp. 295-303. Nixon, P.R., D.E. Escobar, and R.M. Menges, 1985 Use of Multiband Video System for Quick Assessment of Vegetal Conditions and Discrimination of Plant Species. Remote Sensing of the Environmnet, 17:203-208. Pywell, H.R. and R.J. Myhre, 1992. Monitoring Forest Health with Airborne Videography. Proceeding of IUFRO Conference, Canberra, Australia. Schwarz, K.P., M.A. Chapman, M.W. Cannon, and P. Gong, 1993. An Integrated INS/GPS Approach to the Georeferencing of Remotely Sensed Data. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 59:1667-1674. Stutte, C.A., and G.W. Stutte, 1990. Qualification of Field Crop Stress Areas Using Videography. Proceedings 12th Biennial Workshop on Color Aerial Photography and Videography in the Plant Sciences and Related Fields, pp. 88-93. Vlcek, J. and D. King, 1984 Digital Analysis of Multispectral Video Imagery. Technical Papers, 50th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Photogrammetry, pp. 628-632. Walker, K-M., 1992. Aerial Multispectral Imaging: A Natural for Environmental GIS. Advanced Imaging July1992:44-47.
From mindlink!Pacific_Geomatics@rsoft.rsoft.bc.ca Fri Sep 30 20:51:20 1994 Return-Path:
Received: from rsoft.rsoft.bc.ca by mail3.netcom.com (8.6.9/Netcom) id UAA16528; Fri, 30 Sep 1994 20:51:17 -0700 Received: from mindlink by rsoft.rsoft.bc.ca with uucp (Smail18.104.22.168 #5) id m0qqslG-0003aAC; Fri, 30 Sep 94 17:57 PDT Message-Id: Date: Fri, 30 Sep 94 17:55:31 -0800 To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Airborne Videography From: Pacific_Geomatics@mindlink.bc.ca (Geoff Tomlins) Status: R Hello: Try contacting Arthur Roberts at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC. It has been several years since I last talked with Arthur, but he specialized in Airborne Videography for many years and probably still is. There is also a chap at the University of Toronto - but I've forgotten his name. Arthur also fly his own plane and I believe does some consuting work. My company consults in the field of satellite and airborne scanner data (SPOT, Landsat, ERS-1, Daedalus MSS, MEIS, etc). Our work is mostly environmental assessment, mapping, and monitoring - using EASI-PACE IP software and ARC-INFO. Best of luck with Arthur - give him my regards: - Geoff -- --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Geoff Tomlins, Ph.D. P A C I F I C G E O M A T I C S L T D. President 12895 - 18th Ave., Surrey, B.C. Canada V4A 7C7 Tel: (604) 535-7851 Fax: (604) 535-7852 email@example.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Date: Fri, 30 Sep 1994 12:44:24 CDT From: Pete Wolter
Subject: Re: airborne videography Hi Terry, You should contact Allen Cibuzar. He is the president of A.W. Research Laboratories and uses airborne video all the time for purposes similar to what you are interested in. Allen Cibuzar A.W. Research Laboratories 711 Laurel Street Brainerd, MN 56401, USA OFC (218)829-7974 FAX (218)829-1316 firstname.lastname@example.org Good Luck, -Pete ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Peter T. Wolter Natural Resources Research Institute Telephone: (218) 720-4275 Center for Water and the Environment Facsimile: (218) 720-4219 University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN 55811 email@example.com -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Date: Fri, 30 Sep 1994 15:04:40 -0400 From: Jeff Olsenholler
Subject: Re: airborne videography I'd also try Dr. Paul Mausel at the Indiana State University Remote Sensing Laboratory in Terre Haute, IN. Jeff Olsenholler CIESIN firstname.lastname@example.org 2250 Pierce Road (517) 797-2657 (voice) Saginaw, Michigan (517) 797-2622 (fax) 48710 USA DoD# 1501
From email@example.com Sat Oct 1 08:46:24 1994 Return-Path: firstname.lastname@example.org Received: from audumla.students.wisc.edu (students.wisc.edu [22.214.171.124]) by well.sf.ca.us (8.6.9/8.6.9) with ESMTP id IAA04574 for
; Sat, 1 Oct 1994 08:46:22 -0700 Received: from [126.96.36.199] by audumla.students.wisc.edu; id KAA39235; 8.1C/42; Sat, 1 Oct 1994 10:46:23 -0500 X-NUPop-Charset: English Date: Sat, 1 Oct 94 10:44:14 CST From: "Paul Albert Pope" Sender: email@example.com Message-Id: <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Subject: Videography for Hazardous Waste Site Detection Status: R Dear Terry, A friend of mine saw a message you sent requesting contacts for people knowlegeable about using videography for detecting haz waste sites. I don't have any experience with videography for this purpose, but have been studying the use of digital analysis of historical airphotos and geophysical data within a GIS to characterize waste sites at Los Alamos National Laboratory. I was working there for the past 3 years and have come to Madison to earn a PhD in Environmental Monitoring. Hopefully my PhD dissertation will be an indepth look into this concept. I may have a reference or two on using videography for this purpose, but first let's see if this gets to you and what your interest and background is. Sincerely, Paul Pope Environmental Monitoring Graduate Student University of Wisconsin-Madison E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Received: from selway.umt.edu by mail.netcom.com (8.6.9/Netcom) id OAA23136; Sat, 1 Oct 1994 14:50:35 -0700 Received: by selway.umt.edu (5.65/DEC-Ultrix/4.3) id AA03260; Sat, 1 Oct 1994 15:50:40 -0600 Date: Sat, 1 Oct 1994 15:50:40 -0600 (MDT) From: David Delsordo Subject: Re: airborne videography To: Terry Brainerd Chadwick Message-Id: Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII Status: R Dear Terry: I am responding to your note regarding the use of aerial videography in environmental assesment. I have experience using high resolution digital imagery in environmental analysis. I am an environmental consultant who provides clients with GIS, remote sensing, and GPS services, training, and support. My company is GEO INFO Services and we have experience in riparian and wetland inventory, mapping, and assessment; and forest and rangeland surveys. Recently we have been involved in the wetland surveys related to a very large superfund project in Montana. I also work with a firm here in Montana that flies a digital sensor in fixed wing aircraft to acquire multispectral digital imagery with 1 -3 meter pixel resolution. I believe that remote sensing has great potential in the study of ecosystem disturbance. I would be very interested in discussing the details with you. I would be more than happy to supply you more info about myself, my company, and our services. sincerely: David DelSordo GEO INFO Services 319 College Street Stevensville, MT 59870 406-777-3168 voice 406-777-5150 fax
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Received: from pnl.gov by mail.netcom.com (8.6.9/Netcom) id RAA28029; Tue, 4 Oct 1994 17:09:43 -0700 Received: from wizard.pnl.gov by pnl.gov (PMDF V4.2-15 #4032) id <01HHVWL22IV4009I07@pnl.gov>; Tue, 4 Oct 1994 17:03:52 PDT Date: Tue, 04 Oct 1994 17:03:52 -0700 (PDT) Date-warning: Date header was inserted by pnl.gov From: email@example.com (Randy Jordan) Subject: Re: airborne videography To: Terry Brainerd Chadwick Message-id: <01HHVWL23LG2009I07@pnl.gov> Organization: Battelle - Pacific Northwest Laboratories Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT References: <199409291836.LAA15016@netcom5.netcom.com> Status: R I do know know what uou seek in the way of video... but the Airborne Multisensor Pod System (AMPS), a DOE experimental system, has the job of and will present SOON at their WWW site Highresolution color, Thermal Imagery, and loglight video as well as other multi and hyper spectrial imagery. I know this as it is my job to do so. come see. 'http://amps.gov/amps/amps.html' In article <199409291836.LAA15016@netcom5.netcom.com>, you wrote: > > Is anyone on this list experienced with using airborne videography > to analyze and search for hazardous waste sites? > > I am looking for papers, studies, engineering application notes, > and other information on this subject. I am also interested in > locating companies who consult in the area of remote sensing for > environmental assessments. > > Any suggestions and pointers in this area will be appreciated. > > This message has been posted in the imagrs-l and gis-l lists. > Apologies for any duplication. > > Thank you. > > Terry Brainerd Chadwick > InfoQuest! Information Services > Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: (503)228-4023 Fax: (503)220-1934
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Received: from razzle.pnl.gov by mail3.netcom.com (8.6.9/Netcom) id JAA28904; Wed, 5 Oct 1994 09:16:16 -0700 Received: by razzle.pnl.gov (Smail188.8.131.52 #3) id m0qsZ0r-000HXnC; Wed, 5 Oct 94 09:16 PDT Message-Id: Date: Wed, 5 Oct 94 09:16 PDT To: , Brainerd@pallas.pnl.gov, Chadwick@pallas.pnl.gov, Terry@pallas.pnl.gov Subject: Re: airborne videography From: bill@razzle ( Bill Lamb ) Status: R Positive Systems have airborne imaging camera that has been used for haz. waste sites characterization. They are based in Whitefish Lake, Montana. The last phone number I had for them is 406 257 7745. Their camera ADAR 2000 is not videography however. Dr. Robert Maggio at Texas A&M was very big into airborne videography as well a couple years ago. ################################################################# # William R. Lamb (Bill) # # Research Scientist # # Mailstop K6-84 # # Pacific Northwest Laboratories # # Richland, WA 99352 # # firstname.lastname@example.org # # (509) 376-3310 # #################################################################
Phone call: Oct. 5, 1994 Gary Mort, Bend OR 503-389-8177 email@example.com works with and writes GIS systems and related programs; he's written programs for extracting coordinate information from aireal phographs; his wife works in the hazardous waste field suggested looking at the ads in the GIS magazines on airborn videography
Phone Call: Oct. 14, 1994 Phil Austin Postive Systems, Inc. Whitefish, MT 406-862-7745 Doug Stow mentioned his company to us in an email response; His company is involved in multispectral videography
I provided a very brief summary, thanking all of the respondents via the list. I provided a list of experts uncovered by the research, and said I'd be happy to provide more information, if people wanted. I received three responses to that message, two of which were interested in my research services.
I wish to thank all those who responded to my September 29th request for information on using airborne videography to analyze and search for hazardous waste sites. I have passed the responses on to my client who will be following up with phone calls or further email in the near future. (FYI, I am an electronic information resources specialist who helps businesses find information on the internet and other online systems.) The following is a summary of the some of the organizations, companies, and individuals involved in this field that I was referred to during this project. If you want more complete contact information, please email me. Sincerely, Terry Brainerd Chadwick InfoQuest! Information Services email: firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: 503/228-4023 Fax: 503/220-1934 ================================ Resources for Airborne Videography Doug Stow, Geography Dept., San Diego State University, CA Phil Austin, Postive Systems, Inc., MT Steve DeGloria, Cornell Lab for Environmental Applications of Remote Sensing, NY John Koltun, Geographic Resource Solutions, CA Timothy A. Gress, Space Remote Sensing Center, MS Dr. Frank Honey, SpecTerra Systems Pty Ltd, Western Australia Eoin O Clerigh, National Remote Sensing Centre Ltd, UK Dr. Paul Mause, Geography Dept., Indiana State University, IN Dr. Douglas Wunneburger, Texas A & M University, TX Dr. Robert Maggio, Texas A & M University, TX David S. Linden, DSL Consulting, CO (has an excellent bibliography on airborne videography) Arthur Roberts, Simon Fraser University, BC Allen Cibuzar, A.W. Research Laboratories, MN David DelSordo, GEO INFO Services, MT
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