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Call for Papers: Call for papers of special issue on 'Earth Observation for the Sustainable Development Goals'
Worldwide, countries are setting their national targets and determining indicators for monitoring advances towards the newly adopted Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which account for differing national realities, capacities and levels of development. Earth Observation (EO) systems have a definitive and preponderant role to play in supporting and tracking progress of the SDGs.
Call for Papers: Special Issue: “Remote Sensing of Land Change Science with Google Earth Engine” In the journal: “Remote Sensing of Environment”
A plethora of multi-temporal remote sensing data ranging from local, regional to global coverage have been acquired and made available to scientific community via many public-domain platforms including Google Earth Engine (GEE). It presents us an unprecedented opportunity to advance our scientific understanding of various dynamic processes associated with earth system, particularly Land Change Science. The use of data sets and development of innovative data processing algorithms provided by GEE also helps to improve our capabilities to process large size of Earth observation data and implement these data to support a variety of management decisions. This special issue focusing providing the latest progresses in development of incorporating remote sensing data and tools developed with GEE. Research papers focusing on both methodology and applications by using GEE across different geographic scales are welcome.
Please join me to welcome Dr. Menghua Wang, from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), to the Remote Sensing of Environment (RSE) as the Co-EiCs, effective 1 January 2018.
For the past decades, Remote Sensing of Environment (RSE) has been at the forefront of journals in Remote Sensing and many Editors are committed to maintaining and improving the journal as a premier outlet for remote sensing research in general. As the needs in the remote sensing community keep evolving, as the publisher, I would like to announce the following editorial changes on RSE.