Posts Tagged ‘Remote Sensing’
The 2016 GEO Plenary will vote on the addition of a Cold Regions Initiative. A field trip to the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute of Russia reveals the type of research under consideration and the importance of partnerships. Considering the amount of data a single slice yields, samples from the Vostok ice core look fairly […]
Regional remote sensing has the capacity to support conservation initiatives at a local level. Partnerships such as those established through GEO can help. The Chaco Dry Forest in South America is losing habitat at a rate of roughly 1,500 hectares a day. This land clearing is driven by the profitability of soy and beef, and […]
Michigan researchers use remote sensing, hydrodynamic modeling and ecological observation to monitor the control of invasive Eurasian watermilfoil in the Great Lakes.
- Published on Thursday, 27 October 2016 15:09
- Dominique Durand, Georges Petihakis and Patrick Farcy
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Introducing IEEE Earthzine’s quarterly theme on Coastal Environments.
Three French scientists in remote sensing discuss overcoming barriers at work and the opportunities for future generations.