Call for Paper : Special Issue of Land "Monitoring Land Cover Change: Towards Sustainability" | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

This Special Issue emerged from contributions of the accepted abstracts at the 38th EARSeL Symposium and the 3rd joint EARSeL LULC & NASA LCLUC Workshop that took place, respectively, on 9–12 and 11–12 July, 2018, Chania, Greece. The topics linked to those events include:

  • New instruments and data processing methods
  • Geological, hydrological, land and ice applications
  • Climate and climate change
  • Agriculture and Forestry
  • Urban and Thermal remote sensing
  • Use of LIDAR and RADAR data for various applications
  • Applications employing UAVs and UASs
  • Synergy of remote sensing technologies for land-use change monitoring-
  • The role of earth observations within the Water–Energy–Food nexus
  • Social and behavioral aspects of land use supported by remote sensing observations
  • Advances and outlook in the processing and analysis of remotely sensed data

The Special Issue is now accepting relevant submissions, focused on any of the relevant topics and the scope of Land journal. Submissions will be accepted until the 31st of December 2019.

For more info: Please visit  https://www.mdpi.com/journal/land/special_issues/EARSeL

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