Name Professor Course Date Remote sensing Geography as a subject has wide used apart from teaching. Those who base their careers on geography find themselves with varieties of areas that they can engage in. some of these various areas that they are able to involve themselves in are remote sensing. This geographical technique is defined to be a branch of science which collects information concerning a certain object from some measures that are made from a distance (Lillesand et al. 1261). This process involves no physical contact when making these measurements. This technique involves the use of light and specifically electromagnetic radiation which acts as the medium of interaction with the objects. This technique involves identification of features on the earth surface through detecting their characteristic behavior in the presence of electromagnetic radiations that are reflected the earth’s surface (Lillesand et al. 1261). Science has proved that each and rise models a typical sort of information utilized as a part of GIS. The air photographs taken amid remote detecting applications are likewise utilized amid GIS digitizing to make polygons which are later put into shapefiles to make maps. Work cited Atzberger Clement. "Advances in remote sensing of agriculture: Context description existing operational monitoring systems and major information needs." Remote Sensing 5.2 (2013): 949-981. Congalton Russell G. et al. "Global land cover mapping: a review and uncertainty analysis." Remote Sensing 6.12 (2014): 12070-12093. Lillesand Thomas Ralph W. Kiefer and Jonathan Chipman. Remote sensing and image interpretation. John Wiley & Sons 2014. 1260-1275 McFeeters Stuart K. "Using the normalized difference water index (NDWI) within a geographic information system to detect swimming pools for mosquito abatement: A practical approach." Remote Sensing 5.7 (2013): 3544-3561. Metz Markus Duccio Rocchini and Markus Neteler. "Surface temperatures at the continental scale: tracking changes with remote sensing at unprecedented detail." Remote Sensing 6.5 (2014): 3822-3840. [...]
The quote, "Dr. Menzies, why study Geography, all you can do is teach right?" What is needed is to explain why this isn't true. The just of this research paper is to explain what you can do with Geography besides teach. I picked Remote Sensing. This paper is to be 3 full pages of text with 5 peer-review articles or books. It must have a reference page.