The IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS) and the IEEE Committee on Earth Observations (ICEO) are pleased to announce the publication of the new journal entitled “IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing” (J-STARS).
J-STARS is available both on Xplore (under “Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, IEEE Journal of”) and as hard copy.
Issue 1 of Volume 1 (2008) is focused on “Earth Observations and Renewable Energy” with Guest Editors T. Ranchin of Mines ParisTech and M. Schroedter-Homscheidt of The German Aerospace Centre (DLR). See Issue 1 content
Issue 2 of Volume 1 (2008) is a special issue on “Remote Sensing of Human Settlements: Status and Challenges”, with Guest Editors P. Gamba of the University of Pavia, F. Tupin of TELECOM ParisTech and Q. Weng of the Indiana State University.
Issue 1 of Volume 2 (2009) is a compendium of selected applications papers. See Issue1 of Volume 2 content
Issue 2 of Volume 2 (2009) is a special issue on “Remote Sensing of Regional Land Cover and Land Use: Progress and Prospect”, Guest Editors: Qihao Weng, Jixian Zhang,Paolo Gamba, and George Xian. See Issue 2 of Volume 2 content
Issue 3 of Volume 2 (2009) is a special issue on “Fostering Applications of Earth Observations of the Atmosphere”, Guest Editor: Diego Loyola, Ernest Hilsenrath, Geir Braathen, and Jeffrey S. Reid. See Issue 3 of Volume 2 Content
Issue 4 of Volume 2 (2009) is a special issue on “Heterogeneous data access and use for geospatial user communities”, Guest Editor: Michael E. Schaepman, Raymond Sluiter, Richard de Jeu, Gilberto A. Vicente, and Jolyon Martin. See Issue 4 of Volume 2 Content
Issue 1 of Volume 3 (2010) “Microwave Remote Sensing for Land Hydrology Research and Applications”, Guest Editor: Eni Njoku, Mahta Moghaddam, Delwyn Moller, and Noah Molotch. See Issue 1 of Volume 3 Content
Issue 2 of Volume 3 (2010) Part III of special issue on “Fostering Applications of Earth Observations of the Atmosphere”, Guest Editor: Diego Loyola, Ernest Hilsenrath, Geir Braathen, and Jeffrey S. Reid; plus other papers. see Issue 2 Volume 3
- “Microwave Remote Sensing for Land Hydrology Research and Applications”, Guest Editor: Eni Njoku, Mahta Moghaddam, Delwyn Moller, and Noah Molotch. Just released See Issue 1 of Volume 3 Content
- Temporal Change Observation for Bio-Geophysical Parameters”, Guest Editor: Irena Hajnsek, Jose Moreno, and Malcolm Davidson
- “Multi-temporal Imagery Analysis: Methods and Applications for Earth Observation”, Guest Editor: Ross S. Lunetta, Daniel L. Civco, Roger L. King, Lorenzo Bruzzone, and John G. Lyon
- “Earth Observation Sensor Web”, Guest Editor: Liping Di, Terence Van Zyl, Karen Moe.
Jointly sponsored by the IEEE GRSS and ICEO, J-STARS is a quarterly publication of peer-reviewed papers on a variety of application theme in earth observations and remote sensing. Topics can include observations, derived information such as forecast data, simulated information, data assimilation and Earth information techniques to address science and engineering issues of the Earth system.
We invite you to submit individual articles for review at the J-STARS Manuscript Central web site (http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jstars). We also welcome proposals for special issues. Details of the proposal process may be obtained by contacting the Editor in Chief or Deputy Editor in Chief. Papers should address current issues and techniques in applied remote and in situ sensing, their integration, and applied modeling and information creation for understanding the Earth. The technical content of papers must be both new and significant.
IEEE Members may access the Journal through IEEE XPLORE at http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/recentissues.jsp?punumber=4609443. Non-members may access the Journal through an institutional library subscription. We invite you to subscribe to this exciting new journal as part of your IEEE membership.
Dr. Ellsworth LeDrew, FIEEE, FCASI
Faculty of Environmental Studies,
University of Waterloo,
Dr. Kun-Shan Chen, FIEEE
Center for Space and Remote Sensing Research
National Central University
Chung-Li, Taiwan, Republic of China