Introduction to Environmental Forensics
Ebert, James I.
2002 Photogrammetry, Photointerpretation, and Digital Imaging and Mapping in Environmental Forensics. In Murphy, Brian L. and Robert D. Morrison, eds., Introduction to Environmental Forensics, Chapter 3, pp. 43-69 and Color Plates 1-10. Academic Press.
Jim Ebert's comprehensive treatment of the role of photogrammetry, photointerpretation and digital imaging and mapping technologies in environmental forensics provides in-depth coverage of basic principles, instruments, and analytical products and exhibits and then goes far beyond technology, into the realm of Ebert & Associates' approach to the study of human industrial behavior using historic aerial photographs and other supportive data. This approach is illustrated with four major case studies, using stereo anaglyphic images derived from aerial photographs. Red/blue glasses are even included in a pocket at the back of the volume. Eleven other chapters by prominent environmental scientists cover many of the important components of environmental forensic studies.
From the Academic Press website:
"This is a textbook that would prove useful to a range of disciplines, including environmental scientists involved in water and air pollution, contaminated land and geographical information systems; and archaeologists, hydrochemists and geochemists interested in dating sources of pollution."
-- Annals of Occupational Hygiene
"...the authors and editors are to be commended! The book contains 12 chapters written by recognized experts, each focused on a different aspect of environmental forensics."
-- Organic Chemistry