Reducing illegal gold mining in the tropical forests of Ghana and Peru: A forthcoming collaboration across the Atlantic
SERVIR-Amazonia and SERVIR-West Africa exchanging ideas and experiences on services for illegal mining detection.
A workshop in Ecuador generated 13 ideas of information services based on geospatial data to improve environmental decision-making
Citizen participation, a priority for attendants of the workshop in Ecuador
Spatial Informatics Group (SIG) is searching for a Science and Data Lead for the SERVIR-Amazonia Program. The position is internationally recruited and ….
En enero 2020 se llevó a cabo la primera Jornada de la Comunidad de Práctica Género e Inclusión Social….
El Memorandum promueve el intercambio en materia de investigación, innovación y monitoreo de la minería ilegal.
A representative group of the SERVIR-Amazonia team participated at its first SERVIR Annual Global Exchange (SAGE) in Cambodia during February 3-7, 2020.
Protecting the natural seawall of Guyana with a sustained monitoring and evaluation systems of mangrove forests
Mean high tides exceed land elevation by as much as 2 m along the Guyana coast.
The comprehensive exercise of assessing the needs with users of geospatial information for environmental decision making in Peru, Colombia…
NASA grants four Applied Science Teams to improve environmental decision making with SERVIR-Amazonia
The Applied Science Teams support SERVIR in developing science applications for international development through the use of Earth observations. Team members conduct applications research, development, and testing, and participate in capacity building. From 94...
To allow countries of the Amazon basin to improve environmental decision-making using geospatial data and information, SERVIR-Amazonia works with regional partners to understand needs, and then to translate these needs into the development of tools, products and...