The Multi-sensor Evolution Analysis (MEA) platform supports Earth Observation communities in loading, visualizing and analysing multi-dimensional
University of Hawaii at M?noa
United Nations University
This workshop brings theoretical and practical expertise to address how governance mechanisms can be enhanced to address natural disasters.
The UNEP Global Environmental Alert Service (GEAS) has launched an in-depth report focusing on
GPS devices can be a powerful tool to quickly pinpoint the location and magnitude of strong earthquakes.
A new three-year 3 million Euro project, Multisensor Satellite Technologies for Oil Pollution Monitoring and Source Identification (SeaU), funded by the European Commission through FP 7 is establis
Many countries in the world are vulnerable to teletsunamis, or trans-ocean tsunamis.
The SERVIR initiative integrates satellite observations, ground-based data and forecast models to monitor environmental changes and to improve response to disasters triggered by natural hazards.
The Monitoring and Information Centre was created in 2001 through the establishment of a “Community Mechanism to facilitate reinforced cooperation in civil protection assistance interventions
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