After falling consistently since 2006, deforestation of the Amazon in 2013 grew by 28%. Organizations analyze the situation. (RT @InfoAmazonia: Increase in deforestation in the Amazon in 2013: a point off the curve or out of control?
TweetIt seems that even in this day of privacy concerns that adults are still relatively comfortable with sharing their location, particularly for safety. That’s what the findings of a survey of some 1,100+ smartphone users has shown.
The Mexican National Commission for Knowledge and Use of Biodiversity (CONABIO) has given a contract to EOMAP, a value-added service provider of satellite data, to deliver high resolution environmental information for the entire Maya coast.
For almost two years, researchers at ETH Zurich have been measuring air quality along tram lines in Zurich with mobile sensors, generating precise maps that for the first time show when and where air pollution in Zurich is at its highest.
GIM International, the global magazine for geomatics, reports the latest geo news and developments. (Air Pollution Modelling with 3D Visualisation: UK-based environmental engineering company Cambridge Environmen...
Originally designed for GIS scientists to showcase and share data, GeoTouch, a multi-touch display and information portal developed by the Earth Observatory of Singapore has evolved from wall display into an interactive teaching tool.
Optical and radar satellite constellations have heralded a new era in remote sensing. These constellations have varied uses such as change identification through radar and subsequent identification of changes through optical sensors.
Back in December we told you about DigitalGlobe’s annual contest to choose their top image of the year. With more than 30,000 votes cast, the winner was their stunning photo of Mount Vesuvius, taken on February 19, 2013.
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