Call for Papers – Special Issue

Canadian Journal Remote Sensing

Special Issue:  “Advanced Remote Sensing Technologies for Natural Resource Management and Disaster Monitoring”   39th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, Saskatoon.

 The 39th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing (CSRS2018) held on 19-21 June in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada themed on an era of applications of advanced remote sensing technologies with big data analysis techniques in natural resource management and disaster monitoring. The CSRS2018 has been featured by advanced remote sensing technologies, including Radarsat Constellation Mission (RCM), the Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) Mission, Sentinel-1, Radarsat-2, Sentinel-2&3, Landsat 8 and its legacy, LiDAR, and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) etc.

 At the conference, almost 190 Canadian and international researchers had presented and discussed their research in environmental monitoring and modelling, arctic and northern surveillance, and resource exploration etc. To further facilitate the communications between researchers, all the presenters are sincerely invited to submit scientific papers for publication in the special issue of the Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing (CJRS-JCT).

The special issue is open to all papers (oral and poster) presented at the CSRS2018 conference, as well as papers specifically focused on the “advanced Remote Sensing technologies and deep learning techniques for natural resource management and natural disaster monitoring and forecasting”.

All papers will be subjected to peer-review and standard publication charges. Electronic submissions would need to be submitted by September 30th 2018:

Targeted publication date will be mid of 2019. Prospective authors should follow the regular guidelines of the CJRS-JCT available on Taylor & Francis website at . Papers should be submitted via the CJRS Manuscript Central website under the CSRS 2018 Special Issue

Regular page charges ($400 USD for a research or review paper, $300 for a research note) and the standard peer- review process will apply.

Guest Editors
Dr. Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt
Associate Professor
Global Institute for Water Security,
University of Saskatchewan,
Saskatoon, Canada
Dr. Zhaoqin Li
Postdoc ResearcherGlobal Institute for Water Security,
University of Saskatchewan,
Saskatoon, Canada
Dr.  Xulin Guo,Professor
Dep.of Geography & Planning,
University of Saskatchewan,
Saskatoon, Canada