To value our ecosystems capability, mitigate climate change and provide us with natural resources, it is crucial that we can accurately monitor how much carbon they absorb from the atmosphere and convert into biomass!
Monitoring ecosystem production at global scale
With our 20 Copernicus Global Land layers in the GEE you not only have the possibility to view the data in the highest resolution, but also to perform custom-made analysis and visualizations.
Copernicus global land cover maps now available in Google Earth Engine
WaPOR makes it possible to identify those areas where a further optimization is needed of the crop production system.
Mapping irrigated areas over Africa and the Near East
PROBA-V clearly shows the Earth’s surface natural and anthropogenic dynamics and urges further action for climate change mitigation.