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Introduction to Geospatial Technologies 3rd Edition By Shellito – Test Bank

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Introduction to Geospatial Technologies 3rd Edition By Shellito – Test Bank

(Chapter 9 Test Bank Questions)

Multiple Choice:
1. The first aerial photograph was taken in
a. 1826, from a kite.
b. 1858, from a balloon.
c. 1903, from the Wright Brothers glider.
d. 1914, from a German plane in WWI.

2. The U-2 aircraft’s remote sensing capabilities were especially proven during which of the following?
a. The San Francisco earthquake
b. World War I
c. World War II
d. The Cuban Missile Crisis

3. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are flown
a. at more than 80,000 feet above the ground.
b. at the edge of the Earth’s atmosphere.
c. via remote control from the ground.
d. by a robot system at the controls.

4. In 1906, aerial photography of “San Francisco in ruins” was taken by
a. a series of balloons.
b. a series of kites.
c. a fleet of gliders.
d. the U-2 spy plane.

5. A photo taken from a camera looking straight down at the ground is a
a. vertical photo.
b. oblique photo.
c. scale photo.
d. photogrammetric photo.

6. In a color infrared photo,
a. red energy is displayed as the color green, green energy is displayed as the color blue, and near-infrared energy is displayed as the color red.
b. red energy is displayed as the color red, green energy is displayed as the color green, blue energy is displayed as the color blue, and near-infrared energy is displayed as the color black.
c. near-infrared energy is displayed in the color red, while the other colors (red, green, and blue) are displayed with shades of grey.
d. only near-infrared energy is displayed, shown in shades of grey.

7. The center of an aerial photo is referred to as its
a. ortho point.
b. nadir point.
c. photogrammetric point.
d. principal point.

8. The “leaning” of tall objects away from the center point of an aerial photo is due to
a. orthorectification.
b. relief displacement.
c. the camera’s field of view.
d. the plane’s flying height.

9. A digital orthophoto quad (DOQ)
a. covers 3.75 minutes of latitude by 3.75 minutes of longitude of distance.
b. covers the size of one-quarter of the distance shown on a DOQQ.
c. covers 15 minutes of latitude by 15 minutes of longitude of distance.
d. covers the size of four times the distance shown on a DOQQ.

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