Top Remote Sensing Quizzes & Trivia

"What was that answer again?" How many times you do sit there with an intense look of concentration on your face whilst trying to remember something? Don't you wish there was a way to transfer information to your brain that you never knew? Well why not take a quiz on it? That's right; these quizzes are on remote sensing - the art of getting information without physical contact.

With questions like "What are the most common ways that technology senses remotely?", "Does ESP count as remote sensing?" and "Radar and satellites, what's the difference?" you're bound to learn a few things you never knew, and all from the comfort of your home or your phone! See what you never knew before, take these quizzes and discover what you never knew that you knew!

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  • What is remote sensing?
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  • During the middle of the 14th century, who came up with the idea of Camera Obscura in their notebook?
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  • Maps created by using aerial photographs are called

  • The object under study is known as _________

  • The device to detect the Electro Megnetic Radiation is __________

  •  Satellite images made up of three or more bands of data area called
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  •  A “clipped” portion of an original image data layer is called a(n)
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  •  The process of joining together two or more georeferenced image data layers into a single data layer is called
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  • Which of the following two plants has a higher reflectance for it's spectral response curve?
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  • What is the name of the following equation: NIR - Red / NIR + Red
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  • This is the Correct USGS land cover classifications in the correct order: Urban Agriculture Range Forest Wetland Water Tundra Barren Perennial Snow
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