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Earth Observation

Open Access at Taylor & Francis

Find the right home for your research.

Our portfolio of remote sensing, GIS, and cartography journals are concerned with the sensing, mapping, and monitoring of planet Earth’s physical, chemical, and biological systems.

Discover our portfolio and find out how publishing open access can improve the readership and impact of your research.

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Journal of Maps

Maps and spatial diagrams on social and physical processes that take place on a geographical scale

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European Journal of Remote Sensing

Research on all applications of active or passive remote sensing technologies related to terrestrial, oceanic, and atmospheric environments

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Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk

Promoting new concepts, approaches, and case studies using geospatial and remote sensing techniques

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Geo-spatial Information Science

Surveying and mapping technology, including photogrammetry, remote sensing, cartography, engineering surveying, GPS, geodesy, and more

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Big Earth Data

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

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Annals of GIS

Original ideas on theory, methods, development and applications in the fields of geo-information science

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Why Publish Open Access?

Publishing open access can increase the reach and readership of your research and have an impact on policymakers.
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