Stereotypes for Aerial Photo Interpreters
Abstract:In the past few years much progress has been made in the use of aerial photographs in forestry, and many new ideas to aid the photo interpreter have arisen. The author presents an explanation of his stereotype cards which are designed to correlate the aerial view with the ground view and plot data and have the material available in a practical form for a photo interpreter.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Forester, Photo Interpreter, Cooperative Forestry Division, Wisconsin Conservation Dept., Tomahawk
Publication date: 1950-10-01
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