The International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation publishes original papers that apply earth observation data to inventarisation and management of natural resources and the environment. In this context, earth observation data are normally those acquired from remote sensing platforms such as satellites and aircraft, complemented and supplemented by surface and subsurface measurements and mapping. Natural resources include forests, agricultural land, soils, water resources, mineral deposits, and land itself as a foundation for infrastructure and housing. Environmental issues include biodiversity, land degradation, industrial pollution and natural hazards such as earthquakes, floods and landslides. The focus, which can be either conceptual or data driven, includes all major themes in geoinformation, like capturing, databasing, visualization and interpretation of data, but also issues of data quality and spatial uncertainty.
environment, pollution, earthquake, natural hazards, geoinformation, applied earth observation, Environmental engineering journal, Earthquake engineering journal, Geotechnical engineering journal
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