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Photogrammetry II

FOR351 Mid Term Exam (actual) Spring 2009

One advantage of aerial photography is enhanced spectral sensitivity. What does this mean? Photographic sensors are sensitive to more wavelengths than just those in the visible portion of the spectrum.
The US Public Land Survey uses a unit of area called a "township." Which of the following statements is true? Townships are 640 acres in size.
Frequency and wavelength are related: As frequency increases, wavelength decreases.
Which of the following is used to calculate "reflectance" values? It equals (incident radiation - (absorption + transmission))
Grid north lines run parallel to each other, while meridians: Are different lengths apart depending on latitude.
Solving Planck's law yields which of the following pieces of information? Spectral radiant emittance
In which of the following units of measure is the width of a UTM zone constant? Longitude
Describe the general form of Planck's Law; defining the important relationships portrayed in the Law. Planck's formula predicts that a black body will radiate energy at all frequencies.
What is the relationship between wavelength of energy, velocity and total energy content? As wavelength increases, frequency decreases.
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