Side-looking Airborne Radar, an airborne radar imaging technique, uses an antenna mounted on an airplane or satellite to project radiation at right angles to the flight path and collect high resolution images.
This category is also used for Side-Looking Airborne Radar (SLAR).
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Candidate-penetrative-fracture mapping of the Grand Canyon area, Arizona, from spatial correlation of deep geophysical features and surficial lineaments

Includes a wide variety of geological and geophysical data: geologic, aeromagnetic, and gravity maps with SLAR, DEM, TM, and NDVI imagery.

Geology and resource assessment of the Venezuelan Guayana Shield at 1:500,000 scale

Mineral resource assessment of the Venezuelan Guayana Shield, including geologic unit map