Articles published for Earthzine’s Water Availability theme (Sept. 23-Dec. 21, 2011) address current issues, techniques…
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By Mark L. Carroll1,4*, John L. Schnase2, Keith T. Weber3, Molly E. Brown4, Roger L. Gill5, George W. Haskett3, Tess A. Gardner3
1: Sigma Space Corp.
2: NASA/GSFC Office of Computational and Information Sciences and Technology
3: Idaho State University - GIS Training and Research Center
4: NASA/GSFC Biospheric Sciences Laboratory
5: Innovim Corp.
*: Corresponding… Read More +
Global data collaboration has long been a driving goal of the Group on Earth Observations. The recent launch of the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data promises to help forward that goal.
No matter where you look in the world, biodiversity is in decline. Habitats and ecosystems are threatened by development and climate change, and tens of thousands of species are at risk of extinction. Nowhere is this more evident than in Africa, where more than 2 million square kilometers have been… Read More +