Journal of Remote Sensing Technology
Journal of Remote Sensing Technology(JRST)
ISSN:2330-1767(Print)
ISSN:2330-1775(Online)
Frequency: Annually
Website: www.bowenpublishing.com/jrst/

About the Journal

Journal of Remote Sensing Technology is an international research journal specializing in remote sensing. It aims to promote excellence through dissemination of high quality research findings, specialist knowledge and discussion of professional issues that reflect the diversity of this field. With an international readership and authorship, it provides a platform for practitioners worldwide to communicate and promote the development of remote sensing theory, applications and technology of remote sensing.

The journal only receives manuscripts written in English. If this is the first time for you to submit, please format your manuscript as per thesample paper first and then submit through the online submission system. Accepted papers will immediately appear online followed by printed hard copies globally. Therefore, the contributions shall be considered non-confidential. The author takes sole responsibility for his views.

Objectives
JRST strives to keep a record of the state-of-the-art research and to promote study, research and improvement within its various specialties.

Strengths
1. The full-text versions of each article can be downloaded for free.
2. JRST has the resources on hand to publish papers quickly and efficiently.

Frequency: Annually
Index:                   
Current Issue
Segmentation of Playa Geomorphological Facies in Desert Regions, Using Integrated Remote Sensing and Statistical Modeling of Soil Properties
Author: Seyed Rashid Fallah Shamsi1, Zohreh Ebrahimi1, Mohamad Reza Ekhtesasi2, Mazda Komani-Zare1
1.Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Engineering, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran
2.Department of Arid Land and Desert Management, College of Natural Resources, Yazd University, Yazd, Iran
Abstract | References , Pub. Date: 2017- 12
DOI:10.18005/JRST0501001

Separability Analysis of Integrated Spaceborne Radar and Optical Data: Sudan Case Study
Author: Barry Haack1, Ron Mahabir1
1.Department of Geography and Geoinformation Science, George Mason University, 4400 University Drive, Fairfax, Virginia, USA
Abstract | References , Pub. Date: 2017- 12
DOI:10.18005/JRST0501002