Journal of Remote Sensing Special Issues

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Remote Sensing for Environmental and Societal Changes Using Google Earth Engine

This special issue will provide an outlet for state-of-the-art GEE applications for benefit of the environment and human society at various spatial and temporal scales, as well as prospects for future development.

Submission deadline: October 31, 2022

Deep Learning Meets Remote Sensing: Advances in Data-Driven Models

This special issue is devoted to the publication of survey articles and research papers on new data-driven methods, algorithms, and architectures of deep learning for remote sensing, especially the work that addresses the field's challenges.

Submission deadline: November 15, 2022

Remote Sensing Time Series Analysis

This special issue aims to cover topics of interest including time series analysis algorithms, fusion of multisource time series data, time series applications, preprocessing and calibration of time series data (e.g., cloud detection, atmospheric correction, gap-filling of missing data, geometric correction, data harmonization, etc.), and also validation for time series products.

Submission deadline: December 31, 2022

China's Contemporary Satellite Remote Sensing Payloads and Applications in Earth and Space Sciences

This special issue solicits manuscripts describing current progress related to China's advanced satellite remote sensing payloads for earth and planetary observations and applications in space science, such as environment, meteorology, ocean, resources, surveying, and mapping.

Submission deadline: December 31, 2022

Radiation Transfer Modeling With Radiation Transfer Model Intercomparison Vegetation Canopies

This special issue aims to publish results related to the RAMI-V phase. It is open to scientists who directly participate in RAMI-V, but also to those who use RAMI-I to RAMI-V vegetation canopies to model various RS data in other spectral and research domains, including (but not limited to) thermal infrared RS, terrestrial and airborne LiDAR or solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence observations.

Submission deadline: March 31, 2023

Developing Open-Source Remote Sensing Data Products for Economic, Environmental, and Societal Advancements

There is a growing need for useful, unique, and complete open data to support economic, environmental, and societal advancements. This special issue invites manuscripts demonstrating state-of-the-art data products relevant to large-scale studies with the use of Earth Observations, particularly at global and regional scales.

Submission deadline: September 15, 2023

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