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ESA EarthObservation 11h
This land-cover map of the , generated using and data, looks into how thawing permafrost is changing the landscape, the levels of vegetation and how areas have been disturbed by flooding or forest fires. Details:
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ESA EarthObservation 13h
What were your favorite moments from the Living Planet Symposium this year?
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ESA EarthObservation 14h
Share your stories with us! If you’re successfully using Sentinel data in your work or community, get in touch with us! Find out how:
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ESA EarthObservation May 17
Research that uses data from satellites on ground temperature between 2000 and 2016 has resulted in the first global map of at a spatial resolution of 1 km, and was published recently in Earth Science Reviews. Read more about it:
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shane sutton May 17
Last walk up to the artwork before leaving. A huge thanks to and for having me and letting me paint a big at the event. Great to meet and chat to so many people about the work. Prints available soon. Watch this space..next up 🤣🎨🚀
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ESA May 17
🎥 The Symposium brought together world-class scientists, representatives from space agencies and international organisations to discuss the latest in Earth observation. Take a look at some of the highlights with ESA Web TV
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ESA EarthObservation May 17
Back to the Future with Director
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Francesca Cigna May 17
Thanks to Ronjia Redlich for sharing this with us! E-Learning platform to empower site stakeholders session D2.05
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Francesca Cigna May 17
Rasmus Fenger-Nielsen tells us about how rising temperatures in can affect sites session D2.05
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anca popescu May 17
Marco Bellacico, one of our presenting some of the results obtained in the frame of project Physioglob at
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ESA EarthObservation May 17
Now on in Brown Hall 1, Floor 2: contributing missions for cultural and natural ! 's Louise Rayne kicks off the session with a presentation on threatened heritage in Middle East and North Africa
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MK May 16
Land Cover Map of Europe with 10 m resolution, generated automatically with -2 images will be presented on Friday afternoon during If you are in Milan: Session A3.09 Area A Board 23. If you are not in Milan, you may visit the
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ESA EarthObservation May 17
Join us at 14:00 in Brown Hall 1 - Floor 2 to find out how are contributing to the mapping of cultural and natural heritage around the globe!
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Geoff Smith May 17
A great overview of the EAGLE data model from Stephan Arnold. Land monitoring must move away from classification to characterisation of surface features to allow multiple use and comparison over space and time. EAGLE will be at the core of future European land monitoring.
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VITO Remote Sensing May 17
Last day at . Drop by our booth during lunch for the last demos of 's EO browser and of course the global viewer. 🛰️🌍👨‍💻🤟 You can also keep on following us via our blog at
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EO4GEO May 17
Marc Olijslagers (KU Leuven) summarizes the outcomes of the meeting. The contributions of the experts have been very helpful to set how to organize the Body of Knowledge. Thank you to all the participants for bringing your expertise to the project!
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ESA EarthObservation May 17
Today, we travel above the , with this composite image. The Po Valley is the most densely populated area in , accounting for nearly half of its national population! Download it 👉
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EO4GEO May 17
Marc Olijslagers (KU Leuven) and Martyna Stelmaszczuk-Górska (University of Jena) introduce the Body of Knowledge, one of the outputs of the EO4GEO project. The BoK will describe the /GI domain collecting a combination of knowledge and skills in the EO/GI field.
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ESA EarthObservation May 17
.'s were at this week presenting their work! Did you catch their sessions?
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Open Cosmos May 17
Today we promote our open jobs at . Come see our booth to find out more! Not in Milan? See Oh, we offer great space internships too!
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