Special Issue "Remote Sensing of Water Quality"
A special issue of Remote Sensing (ISSN 2072-4292).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2017) | Viewed by 71431
Interests: optical properties of water (open-ocean, coastal, and inland waters); sensor noise analysis; atmospheric correction; remote sensing of natural resources
Interests: airborne remote sensing; environmental forcing of phytoplankton dynamics; hyperspectral imaging; bio-optical modeling of optically complex waters
Recent advances in sensor technology and algorithm development enable the use of remote sensing to quantitatively study complex biophysical and biogeochemical processes in open-ocean, estuarine, coastal, and inland waters. However, realizing the operational potential of remote sensing for water quality monitoring has a number of challenges. A special issue on “Remote Sensing of Water Quality” has been dedicated in the journal Remote Sensing to address the current status, challenges, and future research priorities for remote sensing of water quality.
We are therefore inviting your new contribution in this exciting field to our Remote Sensing special issue on “Remote Sensing of Water Quality”.
Dr. Wesley J. Moses
Dr. W. David Miller
- water quality
- remote sensing
- ocean color
- bio-optical modeling
- atmospheric correction
- spatial variability
- optical complexity
- end-user engagement