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Remote Sens. 2016, 8(8), 665; doi:10.3390/rs8080665

Preface: Remote Sensing in Coastal Environments

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Center for Geospatial Research, Department of Geography, University of Georgia, 210 Field Street, Room 204, Athens, GA 30602, USA
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Bio-Optical/Physical Processes and Remote Sensing Section, Naval Research Laboratory Code 7331, Building 1009, Stennis Space Center, MS 39529, USA
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Academic Editor: Prasad S. Thenkabail
Received: 12 August 2016 / Accepted: 15 August 2016 / Published: 17 August 2016
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Remote Sensing in Coastal Environments)
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The Special Issue (SI) on “Remote Sensing in Coastal Environments” presents a wide range of articles focusing on a variety of remote sensing models and techniques to address coastal issues and processes ranging for wetlands and water quality to coral reefs and kelp habitats. The SI is comprised of twenty-one papers, covering a broad range of research topics that employ remote sensing imagery, models, and techniques to monitor water quality, vegetation, habitat suitability, and geomorphology in the coastal zone. This preface provides a brief summary of each article published in the SI. View Full-Text
Keywords: barrier island; sea turtle habitat; mangroves; Sahara Desert coast; kelp; spartina biomass; bathymetry; mangrove distribution; Brazilian Coast; hypoxia; Louisiana Shelf; UAV; harmful algal blooms; Yellow Sea; Po River delta; Venice Lagoon; suspended sediment dynamics; geostationary ocean color imager; mangrove leaf pigment; semi-analytical algorithm; seagrass biomass; shoreline change; northern Java Island; sun glint removal; bottom reflectance; coral reefs; coastal marsh; belowground biomass; root:shoot barrier island; sea turtle habitat; mangroves; Sahara Desert coast; kelp; spartina biomass; bathymetry; mangrove distribution; Brazilian Coast; hypoxia; Louisiana Shelf; UAV; harmful algal blooms; Yellow Sea; Po River delta; Venice Lagoon; suspended sediment dynamics; geostationary ocean color imager; mangrove leaf pigment; semi-analytical algorithm; seagrass biomass; shoreline change; northern Java Island; sun glint removal; bottom reflectance; coral reefs; coastal marsh; belowground biomass; root:shoot
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