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This is a bit geeky but I want to share some of my lessons learned as a survivor of the indie publishing process.  This mistake cost me some money because I bought a handful of books to sell on consignment at a local bookstore before discovering this problem.   607 more words

Novel

Applications Library: RGB Imagery, Identifying Fog through Mid-level Clouds

Description: The multispectral imagery (NtMicro RGB) via VIIRS and MODIS passes can distinguishe between areas of low cloud from areas of fog, while the traditional spectral difference product cannot. 55 more words

Multispectral (RGB) Imagery

Applications Library: RGB Imagery, Comparing Spectral Difference Products

Description: The multispectral imagery (NtMicro RGB) via VIIRS and MODIS passes can distinguish between areas of low cloud from areas of fog, while the traditional spectral difference product cannot. 53 more words

Multispectral (RGB) Imagery

Applications Library :: Ash RGB - Observing Volcanic Ash Re-Suspension

Title: Observing Volcanic Ash Re-Suspension
Time: 1 minute
Date:  2 December 2016
Region: Alaska: South/Southwest
Author: Shaun Baines (Forecaster AFC)
Product(s): Ash RGB
Application Area: 46 more words

Multispectral (RGB) Imagery

Nighttime Microphysics RGB Application: Aviation (module)

 This module goes beyond the fundamentals to allow users to complete an exercise using the Nighttime Microphysics RGB imagery product. As a follow-on to the “Fundamentals” training module, the users is able to compare single channel imagery with the RGB and then identify areas of likely hazards to aviation in terms of low ceilings and/or visiblity. 55 more words

Multispectral (RGB) Imagery

Nighttime Microphysics RGB Fundamentals (module)

This module examines the fundamental components that make up the Nighttime Microphysics RGB. This product was originally developed by EUMETSAT for use with SEVIRI and now can be applied to more recent geostationary imagers such as AHI and ABI. 74 more words

Multispectral (RGB) Imagery

Colour

Certain brands have associations with certain colours and this is due to semiotics.

However, in different cultures colour means different things. For example, In Western Culture the colour red means love and royal whereas in Eastern Cultures it stands for luck and fortune. 636 more words

Graphic Design