Teaching stereo viewing in the classroom

Reichard, James Scot
March 1996
Journal of Geoscience Education;Mar96, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p129
Academic Journal
Presents information on a highly developed method of teaching stereo viewing based on simple exercises with the use and adjustments of the stereoscope and aerial photographs. Details on approach and what it teaches students; Definition of photogeologic interpretation; When actual photographs should be used; Acknowledgements; References cited. INSET: About the author..


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