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Tables of Contents for Commercial Observation Satellites
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Foreword
v
 
Preface
vii
 
Acknowledgements
xi
 
List of Figures & Tables
xix
 
Introduction
1
16
John C. Baker
Ray A. Williamson
Kevin M. O'Connell
Section I: The Policymaking Context
The Origins and Evolution of Openness in Overhead Global Observations
17
20
Richard S. Leghorn
Gregg Herken
Remote Sensing Policy and the Development of Commercial Remote Sensing
37
16
Ray A. Williamson
From Space Imagery to Information: Commercial Remote Sensing Market Factors and Trends
53
26
Kevin O'Connell
Beth E. Lachman
Emerging Technologies: Emerging Issues for Space Remote Sensing
79
22
Bob Preston
Security Implications of Commercial Satellite Imagery
101
38
John C. Baker
Dana J. Johnson
Section II: National Remote Sensing Programs & Policies
U. S. Remote Sensing Programs and Policies
139
26
Kevin M. O'Connell
Gregory Hilgenberg
Russian Remote Sensing Programs and Policies
165
22
George J. Tahu
The French Pioneering Approach to Global Transparency
187
18
Isabelle Sourbes-Verger
Xavier Pasco
Japanese Remote Sensing Policy at a Crossroads
205
20
Kazuto Suzuki
Commercial Observation Satellites in the Middle East and the Persian Gulf
225
22
Gerald M. Steinberg
The Indian Space Program
247
16
Deborah Foster
Canada's Remote Sensing Program and Policies
263
34
Michel Bourbonniere
Louis Haeck
Section III: Remote Sensing Applications to International Problems
Supporting the Dayton Peace Talks
297
14
Richard G. Johnson
Imagery and Mapping Support to the Ecuador-Peru Peace Process
311
16
John Gates
John Weikel
Keeping and Eye on the Islands: Cooperative Remote Monitoring in the South China Sea
327
34
Vipin Gupta
Adam Bernstein
The Role of Commercial Satellite Imagery in Locating South Asian Nuclear Test Sites
361
20
David Albright
Corey Gay Hinderstein
Nongovernmental Use of Commercial Satellite Imagery for Achieving Nuclear Nonproliferation Goals: Perspectives and Case Studies
381
22
David Albright
Corey Gay Hinderstein
Supporting Humanitarian Relief Operations
403
30
Einar Bjorgo
Section IV: Emerging International Policy Issues
The Global Politics of Commercial Observation Satellites
433
16
Ann M. Florini
Yahya A. Dehqanzada
How Open Will the Skies Really Be?
449
14
Mark David Gabriele
The Globalization of Transparency: The Use of Commercial Satellite Imagery by Nongovernmental Organizations
463
22
Karen T. Litfin
Remote Sensing Technology and the News Media
485
16
Steven Livingston
Space Remote Sensing Regulatory Landscape
501
32
Robert Preston
New Users and Established Experts: Bridging the Knowledge Gap in Interpreting Commercial Satellite Imagery
533
26
John C. Baker
Conclusions
559
72
John C. Baker
Kevin M. O'Connell
Ray A. Williamson
Appendices
A List of Abbreviations
576
3
B The Past, Present and Future of the Medium- and High-Resolution Satellite World
579
10
William E. Stoney
C Color Plates
589
28
D About the Authors
617
6
E Selected Bibliography
623
8
Index
631