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International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction
The International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (IJDRR) is the journal for researchers, policymakers and practitioners across diverse disciplines: Earth Sciences in its entirety; Environmental Sciences; Engineering; Urban Studies; Geography; and Social sciences. IJDRR publishes fundamental and applied research, critical reviews, policy papers and case studies focusing on multidisciplinary research aiming to reduce the impact of natural and technological disasters. IJDRR stimulates exchange of ideas and knowledge transfer on disaster research, mitigation, adaptation, prevention and risk reduction at all geographical scales: local, national and international. Key topics: • Multifaceted disaster and cascade disasters • The development of disaster risk reduction
Remote Sensing of Environment
Remote Sensing of Environment serves the Earth observation community with the publication of results on the theory, science, applications, and technology of remote sensing studies. Thoroughly interdisciplinary, RSE publishes on terrestrial, oceanic and atmospheric sensing. The emphasis of the journal is on biophysical and quantitative approaches to remote sensing at local to global scales. Areas of interest include, but are not necessarily restricted to: Agriculture, forestry and range Biophysical-spectral models Ecology Geography and land information Geology and geoscience Hydrology and water resources Atmospheric science and meteorology Oceanography Natural hazards Image processing and analysis Rensor systems and spectral-radiometric measurements. Types of
Environment International
Environment International is a multi-disciplinary journal publishing high-quality information in a wide range of environmental disciplines. From January 2019 Environment International will become an open access journal. Authors who publish in Environment International will be able to make their work immediately, permanently, and freely accessible. Environment International authors will pay an article publishing charge (APC), have a choice of license options, and retain copyright to their published work. Environment International continues with the same aims and scope, editorial team, submission system, and rigorous peer review. Environment International authors will pay an article publishing charge (APC), have a choice of license options, and retain copyright to their published work. The