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When aliens are coming!
  • Climate,
  • Land use,
  • Biodiversity,
  • DIARS

When aliens are coming!

By Ruben Van De Kerchove 21.08.2018

Invasive Alien Species (IAS) are one of the most important drivers of biodiversity loss. Either introduced deliberately (e.g. through fish farming or..

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Cape Town waiting for Day Zero
  • Remote Sensing,
  • Water & coast,
  • Climate,
  • Land use,
  • Cities

Cape Town waiting for Day Zero

By Dirk Van Speybroeck 09.02.2018

Recent news on the situation of the South African metropolis Cape Town underlines the gravity of drought as one of the most destructive environmental..

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Land cover maps tailored to your needs
  • Climate,
  • Land use,
  • Image Processing,
  • EO Data,
  • Copernicus

Land cover maps tailored to your needs

By Marcel Buchhorn 16.11.2017

Static land cover maps are often hard to use in different applications. But with a wide range of user groups, we need more elastic land cover mapping..

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Weather impacts on agriculture
  • Climate,
  • Agriculture,
  • EO Data,
  • smart farming

Weather impacts on agriculture

By Anne Gobin 06.11.2017

European farmers increasingly face more risks that can affect their livelihoods. With greater market orientation of the European Union’s Common..

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Monitoring global sea level rise using satellite data
  • Water & coast,
  • Climate,
  • Earth observation

Monitoring global sea level rise using satellite data

By Erwin Wolters 18.04.2017

It is a well-known fact that our climate is changing rapidly. The global temperature has increased by 1oC over the last half century and 2016 was the..

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The Copernicus Climate Change Service
  • Time series,
  • Climate,
  • Land use,
  • Earth observation

The Copernicus Climate Change Service

By Else Swinnen 30.03.2017
Understanding our planet and the impact of climate change: a vexing question for several years now. How is Europe actually facing climate change and its..
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MultiTemp 2017: prepare to meet in Bruges
  • Time series,
  • Data harmonisation,
  • Remote Sensing,
  • Climate,
  • Agriculture,
  • Biodiversity,
  • Event,
  • Multitemporal image analysis

MultiTemp 2017: prepare to meet in Bruges

By Bart Deronde 01.03.2017
It’s time for the bi-annual MultiTemp conference. We will be gathering for the 9th edition in Bruges, Belgium, from the 27th to the 29th of June this..
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