American Journal of Remote Sensing

Aims and Scope

American Journal of Remote Sensing (ISSN Online: 2328-580X, ISSN Print: 2328-5788) 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 incorporating Remote Sensing Reviews - we positively welcome the submission of review articles.

The topics related to this journal include but are not limited to:

  • Land use/land cover
  • Agriculture and forestry
  • Ecology
  • Support to land management
  • Atmosphere and meteorology
  • Pre processing/calibration
  • Time series/change analysis
  • Image processing and analysis
  • New sensor systems
  • Geology, earth and geoscience
  • Geography and landscape
  • Environmental science
  • Hydrology and water resources
  • Oceanography
  • Classifications
  • Data integration/merging/fusion
  • Modelling

Guidelines for preparing your manuscript can be found in the Manuscript Preparation Guidelines. Once your manuscript is ready, you may proceed to the Submission page to complete the process.