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International Journal of Remote Sensing is a journal indexed in SJR in Earth and Planetary Sciences (miscellaneous) with an H index of 164. It has a price of 2395 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 0,928 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

International Journal of Remote Sensing focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: article, volcano, unmixing, underlying, substratereliably, spectroscopyspectral, species, requirements, principles, iran, ...

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article, volcano, unmixing, underlying, substratereliably, spectroscopyspectral, species, requirements, principles, iran, april, anomaly, lichen, lascar, forest, aviris, noise, image, field, polygons, observations, objectbased, estimating, eruption, earthquakereview, classificationcloud, hyperspectral, multiple, labelling, imagessatellite,

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A sampling strategy for satellite sensor-based assessments of the urban heat-island bias

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A study of the stationary and the anomalous in the ocean surface chlorophyll distribution by satellite data

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Accuracy of land cover area estimated from coarse spatial resolution images using an unmixing method

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An automatic method for the calibration of time-series of Meteosat images

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An evaluation of multiple land-cover data sets to estimate cropland area in West Africa

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An improved look-up table technique for geophysical parameters from SSM/I

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Analysis of Temperature Emissivity Separation (TES) algorithm applicability and sensitivity

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Bracken fern frond status classification in the Andes of southern Ecuador: combining multispectral satellite data and field spectroscopy

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Calibration of the visible and near-infrared channels of NOAA-11 and -14 AVHRRs by using reflections from molecular atmosphere and stratus cloud

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Clean seas: a North Sea test site

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