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Big Earth Data is Open Access and the journal is included in the Directory of open Access Journals (DOAJ)
Measuring and monitoring the Earth, environmental processes and change, as well as the interaction between humans and the Earth has led to the creation of a growing body of large data sets.
‘Big Earth data’ are gradually becoming a new engine of scientific discovery and knowledge innovation for Earth System Science.
Big Earth Data is an interdisciplinary Open Access journal. It aims to provide an efficient and high quality platform for promoting ‘big data’ sharing, processing and analyses, thereby revolutionising the cognition of the Earth’s systems.
The journal publishes research topics on ‘big data’ studies across the entire spectrum of Earth Sciences. Article types include original research articles, review articles, data papers and technical notes. By providing a platform for the publication of research papers and data papers with descriptions of data sets, the journal aims to promote the principle of data sharing via an open data policy.
|Special Issue||Deadline||Special Issue Guest Editor(s)|
|Geospatial modelling and visualization||31 March 2019||Ali Mahdavi-Amiri and Ilke Demir|
|Understanding climate change with big Earth data||30 April 2019||Gensuo Jia|
|Internet of things as an enabler of Digital Earth||1 May 2019||Carlos Granell and Sergio Trilles|
|Geospatial semantic, ontology and knowledge graph||31 May 2019||Yunqiang Zhu, Min Feng, Jia Song and Guiming Zhang|
|Big Earth data analytics||1 June 2019||Zhenlong Li, John L. Schnase, Susan Wang and Hsiuhan Lexie Yang|
|Integration of multi-temporal, multi-sensor & multi-platform remote sensing data for environmental studies||1 August 2019||Nadia Abbaszadeh Tehrani, Ali Mohammadzadeh, Helmi Zulhaidi Mohd Shafri, Lingli Zhao, Sara Salehi and Milad Janalipour|
|Big data for environmental analysis in South America||31 August 2019||Carlos Antonio da Silva Junior|
|Analytics of big geosocial media and crowdsourcing data||1 September 2019||Songnian Li, Monica Wachowicz and Hongchao Fan|
|Global Reference Grids for Big Earth Data||1 August 2019||Matthew Brian John Purss, Peter Strobl,