Soil moisture is closely linked to two meteorological hazards: floods and droughts.
The United States has announced that it will make high-resolution topographic data available globally in 2015.
Back to back with its United Nations International Conference on Space-based Technologies for Disaster Management "Multi-hazard Disaster Ris
This case study presentation by Richard Flemmings from Proteus will focus on the methodologies for vegetation analysis in the desert using satellite imagery that are being deployed and provide exam
UN-SPIDER and the National Disaster Reduction Centre of China (NDRCC)
The UN-SPIDER Beijing Office and the National Disaster Reduction Centre of China are jointly organising the “International training course on Drought Monitoring and Assessment using Space-bas
Continuing progress in studies and advancing in the area of drought monitoring in agricultural areas, the Remote Sensing Group of the Center for Research and Development in Geographic Information o
At present no ground or satellite based global network infrastructure exists for monitoring soil moisture on a local level.
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