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Call for New Articles

Remote sensing is a key science and technology for providing information and knowledge from land’s objects. Due to specific characteristics of remotely sensed data such as synoptic view, various sensors with different spatial, temporal and radiometric resolutions, digital format and so on, the use of the mentioned data has increased. Indeed, the role of remote sensing science and technology is undeniable in various applications such as agriculture, mine, urban, water, forest, and so on. For this reason, we established a new journal entitled “Remote Sensing of Land”. In this journal, we aim to collect high quality papers regarding applications and novel algorithms, techniques and methods.   

“Remote Sensing of Land” publishes innovative methods and techniques used for remote sensing and analysis of land. “Remote Sensing of Land” will assess different article types:

  • Original research paper
  • Technical paper
  • Review article
  • Book Review


The journal covers following topics but not restricted to:

  • Remote sensing sensors including Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), optical, thermal, Light Detection Ranging (LiDAR) and so on.
  • The application of remote sensing in Geographical Information System (GIS).
  • Innovative methods and techniques used for data analysis, interpretation, mapping and classification.
  • Multi-sensor and Multi-temporal data analysis.
  • Applied methodologies in earth sciences and land applications.
  • The use of machine learning methods in remote sensing science.
  • The use of ground and aerial-based remote sensing sensors in land applications.

Subject covered

Space Technology, Remote Sensing, GIS, Cartography, Earth Sciences, Geology, Geography, Environmental Sciences, Soil Science, Agriculture, Forestry, etc.


Submit article at “http://www.gathacognition.com/manuscript-portal”.

Publication charges

No publication charges.

The first decision about manuscripts

Maximum 60 days from submission of the manuscript to first decision.