Call for papers focused on “Multi-Scale Analysis for Detecting the Processes, Causes, and Impacts of Permafrost Change and of Disruptive Events” in the journal Remote Sensing. Permafrost landscapes are extensive in area and potentially dynamic in behaviour, producing a complex mix of landforms, materials and process interactions that are subjected to increasingly intense forcing by rising temperatures, changing weather patterns and declining ice seasons. This Special Issue welcomes all contributions that consider the nature and rate of changes occurring in permafrost landscapes, the disruption of cryospheric, terrestrial, coastal or oceanic process dynamics or the resultant impacts utilising remotely sensed data at a range of spatial and temporal scales.
- Dr. Michael Lim
University of Northumbria, UK
- Dr. Gonçalo Vieira
University of Lisbon, Portugal
- Dr. Dustin Whalen
Geological Survey of Canada, Canada
Submission deadline: 30 November 2021