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aerial survey

[′e·rē·əl ′sər·vā]
(engineering)
A survey utilizing photographic, electronic, or other data obtained from an airborne station. Also known as aerosurvey; air survey.

aerial survey

i. The use of aerial cameras and/or other photogrammetric instruments for making maps and charts.
ii. The visual survey of the ground or an objective from the air, usually to assess damage during natural or human-made calamities.
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This database includes data from aerial surveys (both DLNR helicopter surveys and Carnegie data), ground surveys and laboratory results.
An aerial survey of the urban areas of the emirate will be conducted using an advanced thermal surveying technique to identify the area affected with the phenomenon of thermal islands in the emirate.
Aerial Survey service which will provide drone surveys to private sector
The aerial survey, according to WCS, was conducted in 2015-16 as part of a project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and part of the Great Elephant Census[c], funded by philanthropist and Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen.
The Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Assessment Program (OCSEAP (3)) large-scale surveys of the Gulf of Alaska included aerial surveys of mid-inlet waters in lower and central Cook Inlet (primarily south of East and West Foreland) during the mid- to late 1970's (Harrison and Hall, 1978) and early 1980's (Leatherwood et al.
Uzbekistan suggests a collaborative study of glaciers in the mountains of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan with use of aerial survey, Uzbek Environmental Protection State Committee specialist Muhammadzhon Hojayev said at the seminar in Dushanbe on November 11, reports Radio Ozodi.
8 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BIGHT AERIAL SURVEY TO ASSESS PACIFIC SARDINE DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE
Parchmarks seen on a set of aerial surveys over parts of Wales have revealed hidden architectural gems such as the Killcrow Hill marching camp
A New Brunswick Manual for Aerial Surveys of White-Tailed Deer Populations Utilizing the Potvin Mark-Recapture Technique.
Average difference between the two observers during aerial surveys was 3.
APEM's aerial surveys are used for a variety of applications including environmental impact assessments for offshore wind farm sites and for monitoring the habitat use and migration patterns of birds and mammals.
In a recent study, Hunsaker collected remote sensing images from aerial surveys of a 1.