Special Issue "Remote Sensing Applications in Vegetation Classification"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 September 2022) | Viewed by 39145
Interests: hyperspectral imaging; vegetation classification; biophysical remote sensing; vegetation index; vegetation condition
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Interests: habitats; hyperspectral and multispectral imaging; mapping; multitemporal classification; species; vegetation monitoring; vegetation communities
Interests: vegetation disturbance monitoring; multitemporal analysis; vegetation condition; forests; urban trees
Identification of vegetation and its species and communities is one of the most important issues in its study. One of the ideas of vegetation monitoring is the ability to identify species, communities, and habitats and remote sensing data allow obtaining such information remotely. Remote sensing has been utilized for vegetation inventories for many decades, using airborne and spaceborne remote sensing. At the same time, such techniques allow limiting field research, which is particularly important in protected areas with limited access, as well as inaccessible areas, such as mountains and wetlands. Remote sensing data also play a significant role in mapping species on urban areas, where, due to the legacy of species, it is most often impossible to identify them with the help of ground-based techniques. At the same time, the classification of vegetation is possible thanks to the constantly evolving classification algorithms, sensors, and the increasing possibilities of computer equipment.
Therefore, there is more and more research on the use of remote sensing techniques in this field. We would like to introduce a new Special Issue of Remote Sensing entitled “Remote Sensing Applications in Vegetation Classification”. We welcome submissions which provide the community with the most recent advancements on all aspects of vegetation classification, including but not limited to species, communities, and habitats on urban, agricultural, semi-natural, and natural areas. The Special Issue invites research papers describing the state of the art in the field of vegetation classification at national, continental, or global scales.
Dr. Anna Jarocińska
Dr. Adriana Marcinkowska-Ochtyra
Dr. Adrian Ochtyra
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- vegetation communities