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Aerial stereo photographs

Harold Rollin Wanless

Aerial stereo photographs

for stereoscope viewing in: geology, geography, conservation, forestry, surveying

by Harold Rollin Wanless

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Published by Hubbard Press in Northbrook, Ill .
Written in English


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Spiral bound.

Statement[by] Harold R.Wanless.
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Open LibraryOL17293020M


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Radial Distortion b. Resolving Power c. Principal Point of Autocollimation d. Filter Parallelism e. Magazine Platen f. Stereo Model Flatness g.

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