Aim & Scope

        Aim of the Turkish Journal of Remote Sensing Journal,
  • To present to the knowledge of National and international developments in the field of Remote Sensing to scientists related with Geomatics, Geology, Environment, Electric and Electronic, Computer etc. engineering fields.
  • To provide an easily accessible, broadly attended discussion environment that will strengthen and accelerate the sharing of knowledge and experience between scientists, researchers, engineers and other practitioners who engage in direct or indirect activities with the subject, and create an opportunity to disseminate them,
  • Turkey's technological and economic development in the problems related to remote sensing technology that can more effectively play a role of great importance in terms of inter-agency cooperation to be initiated and resolved to contribute to the development,
  • It has the aim of encouraging the development of Turkish as a scientific language in the field of Remote Sensing and to be free from foreign words.

            Scope of the Turkish Journal of Remote Sensing Journal,
  • Basic remote sensing applications
  • Hyperspectral remote sensing
  • Image classification and analysis methods
  • Improvement of atmospheric modelling for radiometric correction
  • Modelling of parameters obtained from satellite data
  • Global modelling, monitoring and global database for sustainable development
  • Checking validity of data by using laboratory and in-situ test methods
  • Integration of remote sensing and GIS methods
  • Applications of geographic information systems
  • Observation applications with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) and Terrestrial Laser Scanning
  • Applications of Airborne and Spaceborne Remote Sensing
  • Information utility for reducing disaster and risk effects: Early warning system, Impact assessment, monitoring, flexibility and risk reduction studies
  • Environmental pollution: Assessment and impact studies
  • Integration of remote sensing inputs and Earth surface applications
  • Monitoring growth of agricultural products for sustainable agriculture
  • Climate change studies
  • Global and regional dynamic of land use/ biodiversity
  • Desertification and aridity studies
  • Soil, vegetation and carbon arc in shore and ocean water
  • Water quality studies

Period Months
June December