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Ewa Grabska Sep 24
Extremely happy to share our new paper on forest stand species mapping using and different ML algorithms!🛰️ 50 days' free access here:
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Copernicus EU Sep 17
📽️Fly over Viedma Glacier in the Southern Patagonian Ice Field with this stunning 🛰️🇪🇺video from August 2020. Credits and thanks go to !🥳
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Earth Observation Lab Sep 23
v3.5 released providing plenty of functionalities for improved processing and analyses of and data! (1/5)
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#EOHelp Sep 24
Last weeks of heavy rain in caused River to overflow.With this comparison of two acquisitions (July 2020 normal flow - September 2020 flooded) the flow rate is clearly visible along the river’s course close to the town . See :
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EO-Compass 20h
New Mission Status Report 163: 01 - 31 August 2020 available!
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Copernicus EU Sep 24
The is severely affected by threats like biodiversity loss, climate change, overfishing, & plastic waste. is organising a conference to discuss possible actions addressing . You have two more hours to register👉 📷
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Yonas Kidane 20h
Orbital view of part of Dahlak Marine National Park, as captured on September 20, 2020. //
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Pixstart Sep 22
Earth is beautiful ! Produced by PIXSTART
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Olivier Hagolle Sep 23
In 4 years of production of monthly syntheses based on data, I had never seen France as brown as in August 2020 ! For details, or to zoom at 20m: (l'll update the site soon)
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Simon Gascoin Sep 23
Epic landscape over Ross Island. Last image captured by in 2020 before it plunged into darkness...
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Isabel Caballero de Frutos Sep 23
Beautiful surface features🌊🌅🌊 in the NW captured with both & satellites 🛰️during summer 2020. The turquoise-colored bloom is observed at 300 m and 10 m spatial resolution
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Earth Observation Lab 11h
Check out our new -enabled paper for large-scale forest stand species mapping in the using and :
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ESA EarthObservation Sep 23
Covering an area of around 8400 sq km, Vatnajökull is not only classified as the biggest glacier in , but the biggest in Europe! Explore this image at its full resolution here:
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Katarzyna Ostapowicz 16h
AddThis | Home Our new paper in about forest stand tree species mapping with and machine learning
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#EOHelp Sep 22
Copernicus 2019 image of city (Montréal), at St Lawrence and Ottawa rivers' confluence (visible upper left). Located in SE , Montréal (mostly French-speaking) is 's main urban centre, UNESCO since 2006. See:
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Copernicus EU 6h
🕵️We have a fresh quiz for you! Today is all about river deltas, incredibly diverse & ecologically important ecosystems. Thanks to Copernicus data & services, we can monitor their health. Can you guess which river delta is showing us? Choose your answer in the poll⬇️
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Remote Sensing MDPI Sep 23
A Comparison of Estimating Cover from Data Using Empirical Regressions and Methods by Yanling Ding, Hongyan Zhang, et al. 👉
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🇪🇺 DG DEFIS #StrongerTogether Sep 23
🔵 Last call for registration to the Conference! Do not miss the opportunity to listen to + Member States representatives + scientists discuss a sustainable future for the Registrations close at noon! 🇪🇺 🛰
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Ladies of Landsat Sep 21
. et al. (2020) use a multi-sensor time-series from , , , & data to evaluate variability at different phases of crop growth in the Kiev region of Ukraine from 2014-2017.
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OroraTech Sep 22
Our detection service has been monitoring the Here is the cluster of the from the last 2+ weeks. You can see the area affected and the smoke plumes with 🛰️ imagery.
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