As the title of the book indicates, the subject matter consists of two disciplines, remote sensing and geomorphology. Remote sensing which is primarily based on principles of physics, is the science and art of acquiring information about an object or phenomena without physically coming in contact with it. Geomorphology is the science of study of the landforms of the earth. The present book reviews the applications of remote sensing in the field of geomorphology. The reader will find a wide range of information on various aspects of geological remote sensing, ranging from laboratory spectra of minerals and rocks, ground truth, to aerial and space-borne remote sensing. This book is mainly intended for graduate students and research workers interested in applied earth sciences.