Aerial photography has assumed such importance in the fields of science, industry, and war that it is necessary for many persons with little or no knowledge of this subject to make use of it either in teaching or practice. The literature on the reading and interpretation of aerial photographs is not voluminous, but it is so widely scattered through such diverse scientific and technical journals and books that it is difficult for an individual to assemble it quickly for study or use.
This bibliography lists the most useful references in those fields in which aerial photographs are used. It is by no means complete. For those who wish to search further there is included a list of recent bibliographies on aerial photography which contain many references on interpretation. The subject index provides a rough classification of the references under 11 general groups.
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