Default: Remote Sensing of Environment

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Remote Sensing of Environment is a journal indexed in SJR in Soil Science and Geology with an H index of 281. It has an SJR impact factor of 3,611 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 3,611.

Remote Sensing of Environment focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: crop, data, land, landsat, surface, structure, airborne, imagery, based, thermal, ...

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Aims and Scope

crop, data, land, landsat, surface, structure, airborne, imagery, based, thermal, grain, forest, models, cover, ice, gas, biomes, assessment, assess, ash, artificial, aperture, animals, classificationan,

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A method for manual endmember selection and spectral unmixing

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A Parametric Hot Spot Model for Optical Remote Sensing Applications

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A Parametric Model for Estimating Relations Between Unprecisely Located Field Measurements and Remotely Sensed Data

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A theoretical assessment of the relation between woody canopy cover and red reflectance

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A Twelve-Band Airborne Digital Video Imaging System (ADVIS)

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Airborne laser altimeter measurements of landscape topography

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Airborne measurement of hot spot reflectance signatures

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An analysis of settlement characterization in central Europe using SIR-B radar imagery

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An Intercomparison of DMSP F11- and F13-Derived Sea Ice Products

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An investigation of the selection of texture features for crop discrimination using SAR imagery

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Analysis of Vegetation Isolines in Red-NIR Reflectance Space

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Angular signatures of surface reflectances from airborne POLDER data

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Anisotropic Reflection by Melting Glacier Ice

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Applicability of airborne profiling radar to forest inventory

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Assessment of Clouds Characteristics from Satellite Observations by Means of Self-Organized Neural Networks

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BRDF Correction of Vegetation in AVHRR Imagery

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Characterizing the Spatial Variability of Broadband Albedo in a Semidesert Environment for MODIS Validation

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Classifier performance and map accuracy

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Comparison of Columnar Aerosol Optical Properties Measured by the MODIS Airborne Simulator with In Situ Measurements

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Comparison of single-stage and multi-stage classification approaches for cover type mapping with TM and SPOT data

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Correction of Surface Roughness and Topographic Effects on Airborne SAR in Mountainous Rangeland Areas

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Detection limits of coral reef bleaching by satellite remote sensing: Simulation and data analysis

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Determining Forest Structural Attributes Using an Inverted Geometric-Optical Model in Mixed Eucalypt Forests, Southeast Queensland, Australia

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Differences in arctic tundra vegetation type and phenology as seen using bidirectional radiometry in the early growing season

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