Este webinar se centrará en el uso y acceso de datos radar de apertura sintética (SAR, por sus siglas en inglés), específicamente, Sentinel-1 de Copernicus, los cuales son de libre acceso. Fecha: 9 julio del 2020
Hora: 2:30 – 4:00 pm CST
Fortaleciendo el monitoreo de bosques amazónicos de Madre de Dios para conocer el impacto real de la minería ilegal
En el marco del programa SERVIR–Amazonia, el Programa Nacional de Conservación de Bosques para la Mitigación del Cambio Climático del Ministerio del Ambiente (MINAM), conjuntamente con el Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT) y con Conservación Amazónica (ACCA), firmaron una alianza…
Ecuador has been engaging in national efforts to reduce carbon emissions from the forest sector, as an integral part of the National Action Plan for REDD+.
SERVIR-Amazonia’s data catalog was built on FAO’s Geonetwork open source platform, providing for standardized geospatial metadata and search capacity.
This online dashboard has the double aim of providing public transparent communication on how the Program is doing and motivating our own reporting and monitoring by allowing us to see these crucial diagnostic numbers at a glance.
Agrilinks just featured a blog post on advances in the geospatial service co-development of a new mangrove monitoring and reporting system based on satellite remote-sensing led by SERVIR-Amazonia.
The webinar featured two speakers: Kátia Fernandes, Climate Scientist at the University of Arkansas and leader of the APN at SERVIR-Amazonia and Glenn Hyman, Data and Science Lead
English Spanish Portuguese Context SERVIR-Amazonia seeks to understand better how women and indigenous populations have/are being integrated into development and science projects, policies and activities in the region. The purpose is to strengthen its vision and gain...
SERVIR-Amazonia’s Consortium partner University of Arkansas (United States) is leading the implementation of the network. an ongoing effort to connect Amazonian Universities among themselves as well as with their counterparts in the United States.
Climate forecast points to an active fire season in the Western Amazon – interactive fire forecast tool now available
Central and southern Peru, northern Bolivia and the Brazilian states of Acre and Rondônia expected to be most affected