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5th May 2021

GEO-GEE project: Monitoring for Information and Decisions using Space Technology (MIDST)

Kenya’s geographic location is a natural resource for equatorial launches of rockets, and for the support of space vehicles. Space activities in Kenya began in the 1960’s with the establishment of.

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21st April 2021

GEO-GEE project: Mapping the status of ecosystems with Remap

In 2018, scientists from the UNSW Centre for Ecosystem Science in collaboration with the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems launched the online mapping platform, Remap (Remote Ecosystem Monitoring and.

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8th April 2021

GEO-GEE project: Large scale, high resolution detection of vulnerable settlements

In Mexico, approximately 25 percent of the urban population live in informal settlements with varying degrees of depravity. Although this has allowed for the upward mobility of inhabitants, the rapid.

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23rd March 2021

GEO-GEE project: Urban agriculture intensity with EO technology

According to the “Population Division” report from the United Nations (UN), around 55% of the world’s population is living in an urban area or city as of 2018. Moreover, in the same report, the UN.

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#GEEImpact
10th March 2021

GEO-GEE project: Identifying near real-time loss habitat alerts

The BioModelos platform, built by scientists from Humboldt Institute is used to monitor species and identify near real-time loss of habitat. 

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23rd February 2021

GEO-GEE project: Analysis Ready Data for Water Security

UNICEF reports that a third of children in the Pacific do not have access to good sanitation, and one in ten do not have access to safe drinking water. The Pacific Island’s small size, natural.

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9th February 2021

GEO-GEE project: Vegetation monitoring in South Africa's Cape Floral Region

(Feature image: Adam Wilson) The Cape Floral Region, located in the south-western extremity of South Africa, is recognised as one of the world’s ‘hottest hotspots’ for its diversity of endemic and.

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27th January 2021

GEO-GEE project: Coastal ecosystems

Seagrasses are found in shallow, salty and brackish waters in many parts of the world. Often mistaken for seaweeds, seagrasses are actually plants with roots and flowers that provide coastal.

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