What are radiometric methods?
The radiometric, or gamma-ray spectrometric method is a geophysical process used to estimate concentrations of the radioelements: potassium, uranium and thorium in the near surface. This is done by measuring the gamma-rays which the radioactive isotopes of these elements emit during radioactive decay.
What is a radiometric map?
Radiometrics is a measure of the natural radiation in the earths surface, which can tell us about the distribution of certain soils and rocks. Geologists and geophysicists routinely use it as a geological mapping tool to tell them where certain rock types change.
What is radiometric image?
The radiometric resolution of an imaging system describes its ability to discriminate very slight differences in energy The finer the radiometric resolution of a sensor, the more sensitive it is to detecting small differences in reflected or emitted energy.
What is radiometric technology?
Radiometric technology is used for density measurements because these sensors make a measurement without contacting the process material. A non-contact measurement ensures a wear- and maintenance-free operation.
What is the difference between radiometric and non radiometric?
Every radiometric thermogram allows to measure the temperature of its very single point (pixel). Non-radiometric thermograms, which are captured by non-radiometric system, are only a display of temperature fields without the possibility of correction.