Remote Sensing of Environment

Remote sensing of Environment serves the remote sensing community with the publication of results on theory, science, applications and technology of remote sensing of Earth resources and environment. Thoroughly interdisciplinary, this is a terrestrial, oceanic, and atmospheric sensing. Remote sensing data provide a synoptic view of many environmental trends. Remotely sensed imagery can provide both snapshots and data over that time address environmental issues at global, regional and national scales. It can provide these in consistent formats and in ways that complement national-level data collection efforts, which are often under-resourced and inconsistent from country to country. Remote sensing can contribute to global assessments in support of MEA’s. Remote sensing provides timely information on a large and growing number of environmental issues such as land-use/land-cover change, carbon-monoxide plumes, and the carbon density of ecosystems, which can significantly contribute to global environmental assessment in support of MEAs (e.g., the Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change and the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment).

  • Impact factor of remote sensing of environment
  • Applications of remote sensing
  • Remote sensing of ecology
  • Development of a wireless sensor network for monitoring volcanic activity
  • Microwave remote sensing of soil moisture in semi-arid environment

Related Conference of Remote Sensing of Environment

September 27-28, 2018

4th International Conference on GIS and Remote Sensing

Berlin, Germany
October 22-23, 2018

2nd Annual Congress on Soil and Water Sciences

Berlin, Germany
October 19-20, 2018

3rd International Convention on Geosciences and Remote Sensing

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Remote Sensing of Environment Conference Speakers