International Journal of Remote Sensing
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
The International Journal of Remote Sensing is concerned with the science and technology of remote sensing and the applications of remotely sensed data in all major disciplines. Principal topics are: data collection, analysis, interpretation and display; surveying from space, air and water platforms; sensors; image processing; use of remotely sensed data; economic surveys and cost-benefit analyses. The journal contains primary papers on basic science, techniques and applications, and a section of Remote Sensing Letters containing material that merits fast publication. The journal incorporates Remote Sensing Reviews and we positively welcome the submission of review articles.
- Accounting for scale: Measuring geography in quantitative studies of civil…. Bahaug H.; Lujala P.
- Black migration at the margin of freedom. Nanda R. Shrestha; Wilbur I. Smith; Charles L. Evans
- Interpreting Optical Remote Sensing Images.