Library Hub Discover
What are the effects of all this on the ec- ogy and economy of the Basin? That is what the present book sets out to explore, 33 years after the publi- tion of "The Nile: Biology of an Ancient River". Thirty-seven authors have taken up the challenge, and have written the "new" book. They come from 13 different countries, and 15 among them represent the largest Nilotic states Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda, and Kenya. Julian Rzoska died in , and most of the - authors of his book have now either disappeared or retired from research.
Only Jack Talling and Samir Ghabbour were still available to participate again.
- Is That Me Yelling?: A Parents Guide to Getting Your Kids to Cooperate Without Losing Your Cool?
- The World of Matisse 1869-1954.
- Bio-Inspired Models of Network, Information, and Computing Systems: 7th International ICST Conference, BIONETICS 2012, Lugano, Switzerland, December 10--11, 2012, Revised Selected Papers.
- Recommended for you!
Help Centre. Track My Order. My Wishlist Sign In Join. Dumont Editor.
Shop now and earn 2 points per $1
Be the first to write a review. Add to Wishlist. Ships in 15 business days. Link Either by signing into your account or linking your membership details before your order is placed.
Description Table of Contents Product Details Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Dumont 2. Jack F. Williams 4. The Delta Waleed Hamza 6. Dumont 7. Lake Nasser-Nubia Gamal M.
- Unsaturated Soils: Experimental Studies: Proceedings of the International Conference “From Experimental Evidence towards Numerical Modeling of Unsaturated Soils,” Weimar, Germany, September 18–19, 2003 Volume I;
- Sign In / Returning Customer;
- Popular lectures on scientific subjects, second series (with an autobiography of the author)?
- VTLS Chameleon iPortal Communication Error Occurred..
- Wetland change detection in the Nile swamps of southern Sudan;
- CCUC / All Locations?
El Shabrawy 8. The Toshka Lakes Gamal M.
Detecting Oil Spill Contamination Using Airborne Hyperspectral Data in the River Nile, Egypt
Dumont 9. El Moghraby The Kyoga Catchment Jim Green Lake Victoria John T. Lehman Russell Nile Basin Climates Pierre Camberlin Talling This paper discusses the potential use of airborne hyperspectral data for water quality management in the form of detecting the oil contamination in the Nile River in integration with in-situ measurements including ASD spectroradiometer and eco-sounder multi-probe devices.
The eco-sounder multi-probe device measured most of the water quality parameters and detected the existence of oil contamination at bb downstream of the study area. The airborne hyperspectral images were analyzed and calibrated with the spectral library determined from the in-situ spectroradiometer to map the patches of the oil contamination.
The details of the findings and learning lessons are fully discussed in the paper.
In: Dumont, H. Remote Sensing of Environment, 95, SPIE, Orlando.
Origin, Environments, Limnology and Human Use
In: Rencz, A. Remote Sensing of Environment, , International Journal of Remote Sensing, 22, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 25, Austin, Share This Article:. The paper is not in the journal. Go Back HomePage.
OJMS Subscription. E-Mail Alert. OJMS Most popular papers. History Issue.