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Question 1:
Who of the following was a child of Remote sensing?
Prince Franz Friedrich of Prussia
Yissachar Ber
Franz, Duke of Bavaria

Question 2: They may also be used to detect the ________ of various chemicals, providing data on chemical concentrations in the atmosphere.
SpectroscopyMössbauer spectroscopyAtomic emission spectroscopyEmission spectrum

Question 3: Stereographic pairs of ________ have often been used to make topographic maps by imagery and terrain analysts in trafficability and highway departments for potential routes.
PhotographyAerial photographyDigital cameraCloudscape photography

Question 4: Radiometers and ________ are the most common instrument in use, collecting reflected and emitted radiation in a wide range of frequencies.
InfraredPhotometerAbsorption spectroscopySpectroscopy

Question 5: ________ is an example of active remote sensing where the time delay between emission and return is measured, establishing the location, height, speed and direction of an object.
Ultra high frequencyX bandRadarWeather radar

Question 6: Other types of active collection includes plasmas in the ________).
Radio propagationIonosphereGeomagnetic stormAtmospheric electricity

Question 7: Conventional ________ is mostly associated with aerial traffic control, early warning, and certain large scale meteorological data.
RadarWeather radarX bandUltra high frequency

Question 8: Passive; ________ is used for detecting, ranging and measurements of underwater objects and terrain.
Echo soundingSonarMarine mammals and sonarUnderwater acoustics

Question 9: This data revealed minute perturbations in the Earth's gravitational field (________) that may be used to determine changes in the mass distribution of the Earth, which in turn may be used for geological or hydrological studies.
World Geodetic SystemGeologyLongitudeGeodesy

Question 10: Seismograms taken at different locations can locate and measure ________ (after they occur) by comparing the relative intensity and precise timing.
EarthquakeGeotechnical engineeringS-waveLandslide


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