ERL特刊征稿|Atmospheric Remote Sensing and Environmental Change
- Jason Blake Cohen，中国矿业大学
This focus issue aims to broadly solicit studies which use remotely sensed measurements in connection with or impacting upon the environment. We aim to be broad and inclusive in our definitions and welcome satellite remote sensing, ground remote sensing, aircraft remote sensing, drone remote sensing, and remote sensing across all active and passive platforms and all different wavelengths of the spectrum. The second aspect of the focus issue is that these remote sensing observations must be directly tied into the environment and its analysis, but again aim to be broad and inclusive.
We welcome studies directly monitoring air pollutants, aerosols, greenhouse gasses, and clouds, as well as other studies which focus more broadly or generally, such as how changes in the environment or climate impact the ability to observe the atmosphere, attribution studies, emissions inversions from top-down approaches, mitigation studies, and more. Impact studies including but not limited to health, visibility and economy are also welcome. Finally, studies also demonstrating new ways, techniques, or observations capable of merging, integrating, or analysing changes in the environment, both on average and over extreme events are also most welcome.
Specific topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Remote Sensing of Air Pollution
- Remote Sensing of Greenhouse Gasses
- Remote Sensing of Aerosols and Clouds
- Atmospheric Environmental Change and Impacts
- Radiative Forcing and Climate Change
- Emission and Mitigation
- Attribution of Sources and/or Impacts
作者可登入期刊主页进行在线投稿，先选择“文章类型”，然后在“选择特刊”的下拉框中选择“Focus Issue on Atmospheric Remote Sensing and Environmental Change”。
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