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scientific research. Results are also used to calculate average respondent statistics
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Created by: Jasper Van doninck,
Department of Geography and Geology, University of Turku
This assessment focusses on basic concepts of multispectral satellite imagery. The 8 topics cover basic concepts of multispectral satellite data and data preprocessing. These include, for example, resolution, data access, geometric and radiometric correction, and image compositing.
Rate your skills in each of the eight themes
Evaluate your own confidence level in the defined themes using a relative scale from low confidence (1) to high confidence (5). If you are completely unfamiliar with the theme, please select the “Completely unfamiliar” (0) option. In the comments box, you can write your thoughts as to why you selected the specific confidence level.