Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing – Journal canadien de télédétection (CJRS-JCT) is moving to Open Access beginning with volume 49 in 2023. The journal, published since 1974, has seen consistent growth in content over the past few years, and this move to Open Access will ensure that moving forward, its content will be freely available to all. The CJRS-JCT, which is owned by the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute (CASI) partnered with the Canadian Remote Sensing Society – Société canadienne de télédétection (CRSS-SCT), is well known in the international remote sensing community. The move to full Open Access will allow CJRS-JCT to continue to publish the latest multidisciplinary research in remote sensing and make this content available to all. CRSS members benefit from a 30% discount on the standard Article Publication Charge (APC).
The journal, currently led by the Editor-in-Chief Monique Bernier, publishes work in sensor and algorithm development, image processing techniques and advances focused on a wide range of remote sensing applications including, but not restricted to agriculture, ecology, forestry, hydrology and water resources, geology, oceans and ice, urban, atmosphere, and environmental science. CJRS-JCT is managed by a dynamic team of Associate Editors.