Remote Sensing of Environment – An Interdisciplinary Journal
Remote Sensing of Environment serves the Earth observation community with the publication of results on the theory, science, applications, and technology of remote sensing studies. Thoroughly interdisciplinary, RSE publishes on terrestrial, oceanic and atmospheric sensing. The emphasis of the journal is on biophysical and quantitative approaches to remote sensing at local to global scales.
Areas of interest include, but are not necessarily restricted to:
- Agriculture, forestry and range
- Biophysical-spectral models
- Geography and land information
- Geology and geoscience
- Hydrology and water resources
- Atmospheric science and meteorology
- Natural hazards
- Image processing and analysis
- ensor systems and spectral-radiometric measurements.
Types of Articles Original Research Articles: Describe important significant new results or methods that will advance the science or application of remote sensing.
Review Articles: Provide a thorough review of the current state-of-the-art of an important subject, with a synthesis of previous work beyond literature compilation.
Short Communications: Brief papers containing significant new data or techniques may be published as Short Communications.