Remote Sens., Volume 12, Issue 4 (February-2 2020) – 156 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): A unique example of using fixed-wing UAVs to collect Antarctic environmental data in areas of King George Island. In recent years, significant changes such as extensive glacial retreat and alarming changes in the population dynamics of fauna and flora were observed in the maritime part of the West Antarctic Peninsula. Hence, there is an urgent need for a significant widening of the area under research. Applications of UAVs to collect data to study the impact of climate change on the cold region’s ecosystems are still challenging but developing quickly. The cover image was taken during the implementation of the Polish–Norwegian project entitled “MONICA—A Novel Approach to Monitoring the Impact of Climate Change on Antarctic Ecosystems” in 2014–2016 in South Shetlands Archipelago.View this paper.
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