Call for manuscripts "Technological and Methodological Advances in Measuring, Mapping and Monitoring Soil Carbon and Nutrients in Space and Spacetime" Special issue in Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems Journal

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Call for manuscripts "Technological and Methodological Advances in Measuring, Mapping and Monitoring Soil Carbon and Nutrients in Space and Spacetime" Special issue in Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems Journal

Tomislav Hengl-5

This is the first call for manuscripts for a special issue
"Technological and Methodological Advances in Measuring, Mapping and
Monitoring Soil Carbon and Nutrients in Space and Spacetime" Nutrient
Cycling in Agroecosystems Journal (https://link.springer.com/journal/10705).

We aim at producing a special issue listing good practice examples of
how novel technologies such as soil sensing and image recognition,
automated sensor networks, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and publicly
available remote sensing products (such as NASA's Landsat 7 & 8 and
ASTER missions, ESA's Sentinel 2 and other Copernicus land products,
JAXA's Advanced Land Observing Satellite ALOS, LiDAR, TanDEMx and
similar missions), in combination with statistical / machine learning,
data mining and high performance computing, can be used to generate most
accurate maps of soil carbon and soil nutrients in space and spacetime.

We require that all articles submitted for this issue come with
documented computational steps (code) and/or data processing tutorials
which are available publicly (github, Rpubs, Launchpad, Bitbucket or
similar) and can be used to reproduce at least 2/3rd of key results (key
tabular and graphical results). This corresponds to Level 2 or 3
standards of the Reproducible Research as defined in
http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.aab2374

First five (5) accepted papers for this special issue will be awarded a
waived registration fees (names to be chosen by the contact author of
the accepted paper) at the next OpenGeoHub Summer School 2019 (former
GEOSTAT Summer School, see: https://geostat-course.org/2018).

For more information refer to: http://opengeohub.org/

Special issue editors: T. (Tom) Hengl, M. (Madlene) Nussbaum and P.
(Pierre) Roudier
Editor-in-Chief: J. (Johannes) Lehmann

Important dates:

- First call: 2018, June 1st.
- Manuscript submission until 2018, December 1st.
- Manuscript evaluation until 2019, February 20th.
- Special issue publication in 2019, March.

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