Geological applications of remote sensing in the Virginia Range, Nevada
AuthorCollins, Amy H.
AdvisorTaranik, James V.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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The geology of the Virginia Range was studied using remote sensing techniques. The research shows the capabilities of various remote sensing systems to discriminate and map hydrothermal alteration mineral assemblages, and to identify lineament trends used to interpret the tectonic history of the region.
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portable field spectroradiometer
GER airborne spectrometer
Airborne Imaging Spectrometer
Landsat Thematic Mapper
Thermal Infrared Multispectral Scanner
Mackay Science Project