SensorWeb

Follow-up activity in Namibia to further develop the Namibian SensorWeb Pilot Project on flood management and vector- and water-borne disease modeling

Following a range of activities - such as activations of the International Charter Space and Major Disasters in 2008 and 2009, a Technical Advisory Mission in February 2009, a technical expert meeting in Bonn in August 2009, and the 3rd International UN-SPIDER workshop in Bonn in October 2009 – UN-SPIDER together with the Department of Water Affairs, Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry organized a follow-up activity for a Flood Management Pilot Project in Namibia in order to promote the access and use of space-based technologies and solutions for

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van_langenhove_3rd_ws-bonn_21_10_09.pdf

 Guido Van Langenhove. Experiences with space technology in management of 2009 floods in northern Namibia, - the user perspective. Hydrological Services Namibia

post_3rd_ws-bonn_21_10_09.pdf

frye_3rd_ws-bonn_21_10_09.pdf

Frye Stuart.Overview on Namibian Flood SensorWeb Pilot Project. NASA

UN-SPIDER Newsletter October 2009

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Fri, 16/10/2009
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Case Study, Staffing, Interview, Network ...

 

Workshops

  • Namibia SensorWeb Pilot Project - Technical Expert Meeting
  • UN Economic Commission for Africa - Consultative Meeting on Climate Activities Database

Technical Advisory Support

  • Technical Advisory Mission to Togo

Case Study

  • UN-SPIDER cooperation with Namibia

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