From 3D films to 3D prints, three-dimensional representations are looking to portray objects or images as close as possible to reality – at least from human perspective. Dr Mathias Disney (University College London) and collaborators are doing just this with forests around the world. Continue reading “3D models and measurements: A new way to characterize forests and reinterpret satellite imagery”
For environmental sustainability, decision-makers require consistent, accurate and detailed information to advise and support the necessary actions. But in many parts of the world, access to such data is often costly or non-existent. Co$ting Nature is a web-based tool that has over 80 datasets already inputted allowing users to make quick but robust conservation focused decisions.
This piece is part of a series by the King’s EOES group reporting on the ‘Space – the final frontier for biodiversity monitoring?’ Symposium hosted by ZSL on Friday 29th April 2016.
By Alejandro Coca-Castro
What are the partners from the Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network (GEO BON) doing regarding the development of a Global Observing System for Biodiversity? Among their big challenges, the definition of Essential Biodiversity Variables Continue reading “Moving forward to a Global Observing System for Biodiversity”