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Special Issue "Lake Remote Sensing"
A special issue of Remote Sensing (ISSN 2072-4292). This special issue belongs to the section "Remote Sensing in Geology, Geomorphology and Hydrology".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2020) | Viewed by 48622
Special Issue Editors
Interests: satellite remote-sensing for hydrology; geodesy
Interests: satellite remote sensing for hydrology; data analysis; lakes; hydroclimate
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Interests: remote sensing of the cryosphere and hydrosphere; observations and modelling of lake-atmosphere interactions
Special Issue Information
All around the world, millions of lakes dot the landscape. Scientifically, lakes are of great interest in hydrology, limnology, climatology, biogeochemistry, and geodesy. Lakes and enclosed inland seas are integrators of environmental and climatic changes occurring within their contributing basins. The factors that drive lake conditions vary widely across space and time, and lakes, in turn, impact their surrounding environments in important and diverse ways. Lakes serve as sentinels of current and changing conditions, as actors in influencing their surrounding environments, and as integrators of human and environmental activities in their contributing basins. One of the most fruitful ways that lake scientists might collaborate is via the shared tool of remote sensing, which, through existing and planned sensors, can help to extend on-the-ground measurements to regional and global contexts. Existing and forthcoming remote-sensing technologies possess great potential to accurately monitor lake-storage change, water surface-temperature, ice, and watercolor. The aim of this Special Issue is to make state-of-the-art remote-sensing technology for studying lake changes and their interaction with their environment, and the impact and feedback of the climate change.
Dr. Jean-Francois Crétaux
Dr. Rodrigo Abarca Del Rio
Prof. Claude Duguay
Manuscript Submission Information
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- remote sensing
- climate changes
- lake water level
- lake water storage
- lake ice
- lake water colour