Journal of Applied Remote Sensing

Journal of Applied Remote Sensing

The Journal of Applied Remote Sensing (JARS) covers the concepts, information, and progress of the remote sensing community.

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Editor-in-Chief

Ni-Bin Chang
    University of Central Florida


About the Journal


Scope:

The Journal of Applied Remote Sensing is an electronic journal that optimizes the communication of concepts, information, and progress among the remote sensing community. Topics covered by the journal include, but are not limited to, the following areas:

  • Remote sensing theory and sustainability applications for global-scale atmospheric, oceanic, and terrestrial systems analysis
  • Experimental concepts for the optimal utilization of remote sensing data
  • Surveys of remote sensing user requirements at the community scale
  • Planning, design, and calibration, intercalibration, and validation requirements for satellite instruments, platforms, and systems
  • Multiple interfaces among communities of data providers, algorithm developers, product producers, and end data assimilation
  • Satellite mission requirements and implementation
  • System engineering for on-board and on-ground data receiving, transmission, compression, processing distribution, access, archiving, and integration
  • Pre- and post-launch systems and instrumentation with interface design, integration, testing, and packaging
  • Space, airborne, and ground-based receiving technology development and transfer, and new orbital measurement concepts in support of remote sensing
  • Remote sensing sensor technology development, technology transfer, and new instrumentation concepts
  • Multisensor and data fusion technologies for improving remote sensing imageries
  • Remote sensing target selection, data acquisition, algorithm development, calibration, validation, product applications
  • Information analysis, data mining, machine learning, and data management for remote sensing imageries
  • Spacecraft and aircraft instrument navigation, coregistration, and measurement stability
  • Remote sensing in support of climatology, meteorology, and numerical weather prediction
  • Remote sensing in support of ecological restoration, agricultural production, and natural resources management with coupled numerical modeling
  • Remote sensing in support of energy sources exploration and management
  • Remote sensing in support of land cover and land use change, land management, mining, and urban planning
  • Remote sensing in support of water resources management and hydrological science
  • Remote sensing in support of natural and human hazard monitoring and management
  • Remote sensing in support of environmental quality monitoring and environmental pollution control
  • Bidirectional or multidirectional interfaces among different remote sensing communities for highly interdisciplinary studies

ISSN: 1931-3195
Frequency: Annual (1 volume/year); articles published continuously throughout the year.
Indexed in:
  • Science Citation Index Expanded
  • Current Contents - Agriculture, Biology & Environmental Sciences
  • Current Contents - Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences
  • Inspec
  • Scopus
  • Ei Compendex

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