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Submit a Manuscript to the Journal
All Earth

For a Special Issue on
Earth Observation for Monitoring and Assessment of Vegetation and Climate Change

Manuscript deadline
30 June 2023

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Special Issue Editor(s)

Jianjun Zhao, Northeast Normal University
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Shanshan Wei, Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology
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Guanglei Hou, Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Di Hu, Nanjing Normal University
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Earth Observation for Monitoring and Assessment of Vegetation and Climate Change

Global climate change has a significant impact on all spherical components of planet Earth, which leads to changes in vegetation and ecosystems, including habitat degradation and loss, accelerating extinction of species, changes in species distributions, in phenology and reproduction behavior of species. Vegetation is an important part of the ecosystem. It has obvious characteristics of inter-annual and seasonal variations. Vegetation variation in responding to climate change is considered one of the critical indicators to measure the changes of ecosystems. The development of Earth Observation technology provides effective means for monitoring and assessment of vegetation and climate change.

This special issue calls for papers on understanding of the impacts of climate change on vegetation using Earth Observation technology. This special issue aims to publish original manuscripts of the latest innovative research and advancement in vegetation detection and its response to climate change. Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

  1. New Earth Observation methods and technologies for monitoring and assessment of vegetation and climate change
  2. Vegetation and climate change monitoring and assessment at local, regional and global scales
  3. Temporal and spatial variations of land surface vegetation
  4. Impacts of climate change on vegetation
  5. Feedbacks of vegetation to climate change
  6. Earth observation for monitoring and assessment of extreme climate events.

Submission Instructions

Original research and reviews articles in this research field are welcome.

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