Regional Support Office

Technical Advisory Mission to Bangladesh

In March 2011 the Government of Bangladesh, through the

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Publishing Date: 

Fri, 01/07/2011 - 11:42

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Geo-information infrastructure for disaster management in Ukrainian UN-SPIDER Regional Support Office

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Nataliia Kussul, Andrii Shelestov, Sergii Skakun
Space Research Institute NASU-NSAU, Ukraine

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Activities of the United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency Support (UN-SPIDER) Regional Support Office in Nigeria for 2009/2010

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Godstime K. James and Halilu A. Shaba, UN-SPIDER Regional Support Office in Nigeria, Space Applications Department, National Space Research and Development Agency, Abuja, Nigeria.

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The UN-SPIDER Network and its activities

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Session number four included presentations from UN-SPIDER Regional Support Offices and other supporting institutions, demonstrating the dynamically growing international network of the UN-SPIDER programme. The corresponding chapter portrays the work of a selection of UN-SPIDER partners and of the Programme itself.

UN-SPIDER Newsletter January 2011

Issue Date: 

Fri, 28/01/2011
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In this issue:

 

Network:

  • UN-SPIDER office in Beijing opened
  • University of West Indies hosts new Regional Support Office

Technical Advisory Support:

  • Technical Advisory Mission to Guatemala
  • Seminars in Malawi and Madagascar

Interview:

Portfolio: 

February 2010

Issue Date: 

Fri, 05/03/2010
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In this issue:

UN-SPIDER News

Portfolio: 

Network

UN-SPIDER has two main networks: The Regional Support Offices and the National Focal Points. The Network section provides information and links regarding both networks.

Regional Support Offices

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December 2010

Issue Date: 

Fri, 07/01/2011
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UN-SPIDER News

  • SpaceAid supporting earthquake response in Iran

UN-SPIDER in 2010

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CATHALAC presenta avances del Mapa Centroamericano de Cobertura y Uso de la Tierra

El Atlas integra información desarrollada en el contexto ambiental, socio cultural, económico y físico, compilado en seis capítulos: 1. Medio Físico, 2. Aspectos Económicos y Socio – Culturales, 3. Recursos Naturales, 4. Amenazas Desastres, 5. Cambio Climático y 6. Gestión Territorial. Las categorías del Mapa se definen como: 1. Áreas Urbanas, 2. Cultivos Permanentes, 3. Cultivos Anuales, 4. Pastos, 5. Áreas Agrícolas Heterogéneas, 6. Bosque Latifoliada, 7. Bosque Conífera, 8. Bosque Mixto, 9. Bosque de Mangle, 10. Arbustos, 11. Sabanas, 12. Paramos, 13 Áreas de Escasa Vegetación, 14.

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Fri, 26/11/2010 - 16:36

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October 2010

Issue Date: 

Thu, 04/11/2010
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UN-SPIDER News

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