Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing
The Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing (CJRS)
The Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing is the official journal of the Canadian Remote Sensing Society, a publication of the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute (CASI) and published by Taylor and Francis. The CJRS provides a forum for the publication of scientific research and review articles. The journal publishes topics including sensor and algorithm development, image processing techniques and advances focused on a wide range of remote sensing applications including:
Forestry and Agriculture
Hydrology and Water Resources
Oceans and Ice
Articles can cover local to global scales and can be relevant to the Canadian or international community. The international editorial board provides expertise in a wide range of remote sensing theory and applications. Articles can be published in English or French. All papers are published with an abstract in both languages.
The Editor in Chief of the journal is Prof. Nicholas Coops, Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia.
The Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing is available through international journal publisher Taylor and Francis, and has page charges of $400 USD per paper for review and research papers, and $300 USD for research notes (less than 4 printed pages). Open access is also available through Taylor and Francis.
Submissions: Authors wishing to submit their papers can go to the manuscript central online system: mc.manuscriptcentral.com/cjrs-jct