European Journal of Remote Sensing – Special Issues

List of special Issues of European Journal of Remote Sensing

2019

“UAS for mapping and monitoring”: Vol 52, 2019 – Supplement 3

This supplement presents the outcome of the 1st EARSeL Special Interest Group Workshop on UAS that took place in September 2018 in Warsaw, Poland.

Guest Editors

  • Anna Zmarz
  • Valerio Baiocchi
  • Lammert Kooistra

“Frontiers in Earth Observation”: Virtual Special Issue

This special issue presents the outcome of the 36th EARSeL Symposium that took place from 20-24 June 2016 in Bonn, Germany.

Guest Editors

  • Olena Dubovyk
  • Andreas Rienow
  • Frank Thonfeld

“Urban Remote Sensing – Challenges & Solutions”: Volume 52, 2019 – Supplement 2

This supplement features a collection of ten contributions focusing on urban remote sensing applications, based on the 5th EARSeL Joint Workshop “Urban Remote Sensing – Challenges & Solutions” held in Bochum, Germany in September 2018.

Guest Editors

  • Carsten Juergens
  • Mattia Crespi
  • Derya Maktav
  • Rudi Goossens
  • Karsten Jacobsen
  • Andrea Nascetti

“Smart Future with Remote Sensing”: Volume 52, 2019 – Supplement 1

This supplement covers topics discussed during the 37th EARSeL Symposium held in Prague, Czech Republic in June 2017.



2018

Special Issue ” Advancing horizons for land cover services entering the big data era”: Virtual Special Issue

This Special Issue features research that was presented during the 2nd workshop “Advancing horizons for land cover services entering the big data era”, held in Prague (Czech Republic) in 2016. The workshop was a joint effort from EARSeL’s Special Interest Group on Land Use & Land Cover and NASA’s Land-Cover and Land-Use Change Science Team, under the theme ‘questions towards and beyond the 2020 emerging challenges’.

Guest Editors

  • Garik Gutman
  • Ioannis Manakos
  • Eva Stefanova
  • Premysl Stych


Special Issue “Breaking Dimensions and Resolutions of Forest Remote Sensing Data”: Virtual Special Issue

This Special Issue features research that was presented during the 3rd SIG on Forestry, 15-16 September, 2016. Krakow, Poland.

Guest Editors

  • Piotr Wezyk
  • Mattia Crespi