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Selected Papers from the 5th International Electronic Conference on Remote Sensing

A special issue of Remote Sensing (ISSN 2072-4292).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2024 | Viewed by 1512

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Dear Colleagues,

This Special Issue will comprise extended and expanded versions of proceedings papers from the 5th International Electronic Conference on Remote Sensing, which is to be held on 7–21 Nov 2023 on sciforum.net. In this 5th edition of the e-conference, contributors are invited to provide papers and presentations from the field of sensors and applications at large. Selected papers that will attract the most interest on the web, or that will provide a particularly innovative contribution, will be gathered for publication. These papers will be subjected to peer review and could possibly be published with the aim of the rapid and wide dissemination of research results, developments, and applications. We hope that this conference series will grow further in the future and become recognized as a new way and venue by which researchers can (electronically) present novel developments related to the field of remote sensing and their applications.

Dr. Alexander Kokhanovsky
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Keywords

  • remote sensing
  • atmospheric aerosol
  • trace gases
  • remote sensing of underlying surface
  • polarimetry
  • hyperspectral remote sensing
  • lidars
  • radars

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Spatiotemporal Analysis of Land Surface Temperature in Response to Land Use and Land Cover Changes: A Remote Sensing Approach
by Gulam Mohiuddin and Jan-Peter Mund
Remote Sens. 2024, 16(7), 1286; https://doi.org/10.3390/rs16071286 - 05 Apr 2024
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Rapid urbanisation in the global south has often introduced substantial and rapid uncontrolled Land Use and Land Cover (LULC) changes, considerably affecting the Land Surface Temperature (LST) patterns. Understanding the relationship between LULC changes and LST is essential to mitigate such effects, considering [...] Read more.
Rapid urbanisation in the global south has often introduced substantial and rapid uncontrolled Land Use and Land Cover (LULC) changes, considerably affecting the Land Surface Temperature (LST) patterns. Understanding the relationship between LULC changes and LST is essential to mitigate such effects, considering the urban heat island (UHI). This study aims to elucidate the spatiotemporal variations and alterations of LST in urban areas compared to LULC changes. The study focused on a peripheral urban area of Phnom Penh (Cambodia) undergoing rapid urban development. Using Landsat images from 2000 to 2021, the analysis employed an exploratory time-series analysis of LST. The study revealed a noticeable variability in LST (20 to 69 °C), which was predominantly influenced by seasonal variability and LULC changes. The study also provided insights into how LST varies within different LULC at the exact spatial locations. These changes in LST did not manifest uniformly but displayed site-specific responses to LULC changes. This study accounts for changing land surfaces’ complex physical energy interaction over time. The methodology offers a replicable model for other similarly structured, rapidly urbanised regions utilising novel semi-automatic processing of LST from Landsat images, potentially inspiring future research in various urban planning and monitoring contexts. Full article
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