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Université d’Ottawa (1991)

La télédétection et les ressources en eau : analyse du transfert de technologie

Scantland, Sylvie

Titre : La télédétection et les ressources en eau : analyse du transfert de technologie

Auteur : Scantland, Sylvie

Université de soutenance : University of Ottawa

Grade : Master of Arts 1991

Présentation
The demonstration of effective information gathering and resource management tools made possible through the operational use of remote sensing technology is the problem investigated in this research. The context of the investigation is technology transfer. Remote sensing offers a practical source of continuous spatial information which exists in developing nations and which can be applied to address the problem of lack of adequate resource information. The key to successful use of remote sensing is its operational transfer to resource managers and agencies in developing nations themselves. The methods which are employed in this research are used to demonstrate that remote sensing data can be applied under operational constraints common to managers in developing nations. The demonstrations have been carried out using LANDSAT MSS and TM imagery of Burkina Faso in West Africa and applying both digital and optical/mechanical equipment to aid visual interpretation and compilation of information relevant to water resource concerns in the region

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