Here are tips on three ways to find remote sensing journals. Why this is important:
Go to the library homepage and run a journal search in the library catalog. on remote sensing, with "Journal Title" selected from the drag down menu.
Go to the page "Where to Publish". Go to Identifying journals that publish highly cited articles in your specialty.
You can apply this technique to Web of Science. Run a search on your topic, for example, "remote sensing" and (river* or stream*). Sort by number of times cited to get a sense of what journals publish heavily cited articles. (Just remember that time has to elapse before articles are cited.)
Or you can click on "Analyze Results" button on the upper right, then open the drag down menu and select "Publication Titles", then scroll down to see a list by record count of the journals in which the articles from your search appear.
Go to Journal Citation Reports (JCR) and look for the Remote Sensing category. In it you will find a ranked list of journals about remote sensing. Explore the meaning of the various metrics used to rank or evaluate a given journal. It can help to use the glossary to understand the meaning of terms in JCR. For assistance, ask Brian Simboli.
You may also find of interest this library guide: Enhancing Research Impact.