A new method has been devised for assessing the cultural value of landscapes using geotagged photos shared on a social-networking service.
Thanks to the innovative radar scanner, defects in the material composition of the wind turbine blades can now be detected with far greater accuracy and visualized in a cross-sectional view, thereby saving costs in production and operation.
Researchers have analyzed how green algae manufacture complex components of a hydrogen-producing enzyme. The enzyme, known as the hydrogenase, may be relevant for the biotechnological production of hydrogen.
Scientists have mapped out the best materials for either carbon dioxide capture or balancing carbon capture with methane selectivity.
Open hardware systems could make robots more affordable and easier to build
Rosetta scientists have made the first compelling link between an outburst of dust and gas and the collapse of a prominent cliff, which also exposed the pristine, icy interior of the comet.
In the future, solar cells can become twice as efficient by employing a few smart little nano-tricks, suggest investigators in a new report.
LANDFIRE 2015 Remap – Utilization of Remotely Sensed Data to Classify Existing Vegetation Type and Structure to Support Strategic Planning and Tactical Response
- Published on Monday, 20 March 2017 15:24
- Joshua J. Picotte, Jordan Long, Birgit Peterson and Kurtis J. Nelson
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Characterizing vegetation type, cover and height with Earth observation data enhances wildland fuel modelling.
Connected snowplows, infrared technology and Big Data analytics are saving taxpayers money and making snow removal less of a chore this winter.
Mid-South Synergy uses unmanned aerial vehicles to identify clearance violations and hazard trees.
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is coordinating the BALANCE project, which brings together leading European research institutes in the field of electrochemical conversion.
The idea of making Mars habitable for humans has captured the public’s imagination, so we decided to take a look at science exploring possibilities in the not-so-distant future.