photogeologic

photogeologic

(ˌfəʊtəʊˌdʒɪəˈlɒdʒɪk) or

photogeological

adj
(Geological Science) of or relating to photogeology
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Visual photogeologic interpretation of enhanced imagery is commonly undertaken to produce predictive structural maps as shown in Figures 9 to 14.
He held a number of positions throughout the U.S.: technician of core analysis and reservoir engineering; seismograph surveyor; stereo-compilation technician; assistant administrative engineer; field investigator of the Colorado Mineral Belt; photogeologic interpreter for petroleum and engineering companies; supervisor for industrial piping manufacturer; and geological/geophysical consultant focusing on oil, engineering and groundwater geology in Ohio.
Exercises include: (1) "Geologic Events on Earth"; (2) "Geologic Landforms Seen on Aerial Photos"; (3) "Geologic Landforms Seen on Stereoscopic Photos"; (4) "Impact Cratering"; (5) "Comparative Cratering Processes"; (6) "Impact Cratering on a Rainy Day"; (7) "Coriolis Effect"; (8) "Storm Systems"; (9) "Aeolian Processes"; (10) "Landform Mapping: The Terrestrial Planets"; (11) "Geologic Features of Mars"; (12) "Geologic Features of Venus"; (13) "Geologic Features of Outer Planet Satellites"; (14) "Planets in Stereo"; (15) "Introduction to Photogeologic Mapping"; (16) "Photogeologic Mapping of the Moon"; and (17) "Photogeologic Mapping of Mars".
The method of information extraction may involve photogeologic interpretation of enhanced and/or fused images derived from the various data types or computer-assisted techniques that are useful for the identification of spectral and spatial patterns in the data.