Special Issue "Baltic Sea Remote Sensing"
A special issue of Remote Sensing (ISSN 2072-4292).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 September 2021.
Interests: ocean color; satellite oceanography; bio-optics
Interests: sea ice; numerical modeling and remote sensing of sea ice and ocean dynamics; sea ice–ocean–atmosphere interactions
Remote Sensing, especially from satellites, is a source of invaluable data that can be used to generate long-term and synoptic information for any region of the Earth. Of special interest are coastal regions that are heavily populated and affected by industry and commerce. One of such regions is the Baltic Sea, situated in Northern Europe. It is surrounded by nine countries with about 85 million inhabitants. This means that the environmental state of the Baltic Sea affects the quality of life of a large population of Europeans.
This Special Issue will host original research papers focusing on the exploitation of remote sensing from satellites and other platforms in research and environmental monitoring of the Baltic Sea. Data from different types of sensors (optical, SAR, thermal, LIDAR, etc.), as well as different platforms on which the sensors are deployed (spaceborne, airborne, UAV) can be applied. Papers can focus on, but are not limited to atmosphere, meteorology, sea ice, color of open and coastal waters, marine primary production, monitoring of natural hazards, extreme events (storm surges), pollution, sea level changes, climate related changes, coastal erosion, river plumes, surface currents, wave patterns, etc.
Prof. Malgorzata Stramska
Prof. Agnieszka Herman
Dr. Nadia A. Kudryavtseva
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Regional oceanography
- Baltic Sea
- Ocean color
- Sea level
- Sea ice
- Atmospheric aerosols
- Marine pollution
- Sea surface temperature
- Surface currents
The below list represents only planned manuscripts. Some of these manuscripts have not been received by the Editorial Office yet. Papers submitted to MDPI journals are subject to peer-review.
- E.V. Krek, A.V. Krek, A.G. Kostianoy, Oil pollution in the Southeastern Baltic Sea detected by satellite remote sensing and in-situ data in 2004-2020