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Manuscript deadline
15 May 2021

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Geo-spatial Information Science

Special Issue Editor(s)

P. K. Champati Ray, Geosciences and Disaster Management Group, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)
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Himanshu Govil, Department of Applied Geology, National Institute of Technology
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Advancement in Geospatial Science in Earth Science

A wide range of Electromagnetic spectrum is being used in the remote sensing for geological and mineral exploration. Multiple regions of the Electromagnetic spectrum viz, visible, infrared, shortwave infrared, thermal infrared, microwave, have multiple sensors in the Remote Sensing satellite constellation. Nowadays several advancements have been done in remote sensing sensor techniques to improve the accuracy in the geological application from the local scale to a global scale. Multiple Sensors in the electromagnetic spectrum are imaging ranging from Optical multispectral, Hyperspectral, Thermal, and Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) systems have been widely used in the applications of earth sciences.   Seeing the requirement of advanced remote sensing techniques, advancement in data processing, and innovation in modeling approaches for the characterization of geological features is essentially required to compile these studies. This special issue invites those papers, which make a significant and innovative contribution in the geologic investigation of multiple portions of the electromagnetic spectrum.

  • Geomorphological mapping
  • Sub-surface feature identification
  • Gravity measurement
  • Cartography
  • Spatial modelling
  • Multispectral and hyperspectral
  • Microwave remote sensing
  • Thermal Remote Sensing

This special issue is part of a cross-disciplinary collection in support of the European Commission’s Horizon Missions, with contributions from across the Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences. These missions collectively represent important research and policy priorities facing our global society. The collection will be published to be timed with Earth Day 2022 (22 April 2022) as part of a collaborative effort to support real-world research that addresses the SDGs and global policy priorities.

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