Breaking dimensions and resolutions of forest remote sensing data European Journal of Remote Sensing: an Open Access journal

European Journal of Remote Sensing

This Special Issue features research that was presented during the 3rd Workshop of EARSeL Special Interest Group on Forestry, held in Krakóv (Poland) in 2016, with the theme ‘Breaking dimensions and resolutions of forest remote sensing data’.

The guest editors, Monika Moskal, Piotr Wezyk and Bogdan Zagajewski, are delighted to share ten exciting papers that have been published in a Special Issue on Breaking dimensions and resolutions of forest remote sensing data. The aim is presenting to the environment research community and people involved in the Forestry sector operational Remote Sensing techniques, as well as developing methodologies, which could improve inventory methods, monitoring and protection practices used in Forestry. The central question that features prominently in this Special Issue is: How can Remote Sensing technologies improve our forest management strategies? Papers in this Special Issue deal with the classification and monitoring of forest resources with Remote Sensing technologies.