Call for Papers: Landsat 8 researcher asked to contribute to special Issue of Remote Sensing of Environment

Papers will be solicited from any remote sensing researcher(s) with relevant Landsat 8 results.

NASA has issued a call to remote sensing researcher(s) with relevant Landsat 8 results to submit abstracts for a special issue of "Remote Sensing of Environment" until 9 January 2015.

With the launch of the Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) in February 2013, the already unprecedented Landsat global record continues and could reach 50 years or longer in length. The proposed special issue will address Landsat 8 systems performance, data characteristics and quality, advances in land and water characterization associated with the improved Landsat 8 imaging systems, evidence of new or improved applications resulting from Landsat 8’s advanced capabilities, and the extension of time series and broad area analyses engendered by the enhanced temporal and geographic coverage afforded by Landsat 8 operations.

The exact timetable and contact details are available on NASA's Landsat Science website.

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