Advanced Webinar: Techniques for Wildfire Detection and Monitoring

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Introductory Webinar: Monitoring Urban Floods Using Remote Sensing

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Advanced Webinar: Radar Remote Sensing for Land, Water, & Disaster Applications

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Copernicus Emergency Management Service (CEMS) Celebrates a Decade of Operation

Implementing science to save lives: A Decade of the Copernicus Emergency Management Service

The Copernicus Emergency Management Service (CEMS) celebrates a decade of operation as a world leader in emergency mapping, early warning tools and open-access disaster information.

For the past ten years, CEMS has provided a global service as a fully operation emergency mapping service at no cost to users and with open access data.

Some highlights on the contribution of CEMS in global disaster risk management activities:

New Data Source for Near-Realtime Land Cover: Dynamic World by Google and World Resources Institute

Google and the World Resources Institute (WRI) created a new near realtime land cover dataset, called "Dynamic World".

Powered by Google Earth Engine and AI Platform, Dynamic World provides global, near real-time land cover data at a ten-meter resolution, giving high level of detail about what's on the land and how it's being used.

With this information, users can monitor and understand land and ecosystems so they can make more accurate predictions and effective plans to protect our planet in the future.

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This data is available under a Creative Commons BY-4.0 license and requires the following attribution: This dataset is produced for the Dynamic World Project by Google in partnership with National Geographic Society and the World Resources Institute.

Archive of Copernicus RUS Traning Webinars

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The Copernicus Research and User Suppport (RUS) service aimed to develop an online free-access platform to promote the uptake of Copernicus data and support the scaling up of educational and R&D activities. In particular, the service provided Copernicus data access, cloud computing resources and access to effective software tools and training services, allowing users to develop their understanding and exploitation capabilities in relation to Copernicus.

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MOOC on Drought Assessment and Monitoring from Space

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Extensive time-series on vegetation and wealth of operational satellites from space provides ample opportunities to monitor vegetation developments and more and more accurate yield forecast. This MOOC provides an introduction to “Droughts”, answers questions on how it can be quantified, how it can be assessed and monitored from space. The role of cloud computing and (easy) access to satellite will also get attention. No prior knowledge to Earth Observation (EO) is required.

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IGAC organises its 9th Geomatic Week in Bogota, Colombia

Colombia´s Agustin Codazzi Geographic Institute launched (IGAC) its 9th Geomatic Week event on 13 June 2022 at the Maloka Interactive Museum in Bogota, Colombia. The event brings together experts, professionals, and students from Colombia and from other countries to address the use of geospatial information in four key areas: technologies and methodologies for multi-purpose cadaster, geographic information for the citizen, new trends in geospatial technologies, and capacity building and empowerment of societies to use of geospatial technologies.

Advanced Webinar: Satellite Remote Sensing for Measuring Urban Heat Islands and Constructing Heat Vulnerability Indices

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Structures such as buildings, roads, and other infrastructure absorb and re-emit the sun’s heat more than natural landscapes such as forests and water bodies. Urban areas, where these structures are highly concentrated and greenery is limited, become “islands” of higher temperatures relative to outlying areas.

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