28 April 2020
The conference will explore impacts of climate change on historic places and how adaptation measures can help protect these places or manage their loss. Special themes of the conference are the cultural heritage in Arctic regions and of northern indigenous communities.
Remote Sensing is indexed in the Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science), and has a 5-Year Impact Factor of 4.740. All submissions, including featured articles will be subject to peer review.
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and archaeology, or Cultural Heritage (CH) in general, have already crossed paths in a number of occasions. This session aims to attract researchers in this strongly cross-disciplinary domain and give floor to the dialogue between AI and CH, towards the digital heritage of the future. Deadline for manuscript submissions: 13 March 2021.
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