Posts Tagged ‘remote sensing’
The first two Eurosite Remote Sensing webinars online
Over the past month, Eurosite has hosted the first two in a series of Remote Sensing webinars by the Eurosite Remote Sensing Support Group. The webinars attracted many attendees from all different corners of Europe, and even the world, making them a great success. Now the webinars can be viewed online for free. #1 Drone…Read More
Eurosite-related initiative nominated for Natura 2000 Award!
On 2 June 2020, the European Commission presented this year’s Natura 2000 Award finalists. We are happy to announce that the application “Reinforcing the roles of remote sensing in Natura 2000 monitoring“, an application closely related to Eurosite, has been selected as one of the finalists. A message by the finalist: Dear Colleague We are…Read More
News from the Remote Sensing Support Group
Eurosite’s rapidly growing Remote Sensing Support Group decided to change their meeting structure to allow for closer cooperation within the group and to improve the flow of ideas and experience between the remote sensing experts and practitioners. According to the new structure, discussed at the online meeting on 26 March, the group will meet every…Read More
Counting Europe’s butterflies
Over the past years, the decline in insects has been one of the main topics in biodiversity conservation in Europe. Being the most diverse group of species on earth, insects carry out vital roles in the maintenance of ecosystems. Monitoring such a diverse group, however, is difficult, especially when lacking the specific knowledge on how…Read More
UN Biodiversity Lab Seminar
The NASA Applied Remote Sensing Training (ARSET) program is organising an introductory webinar on the use of the UN Biodiversity Lab in support of national conservation and sustainable development goals. The training will teach participants about the use of remote sensing for global biodiversity goals, specifically through the UN Biodiversity Lab. The UN Biodiversity Lab…Read More
Eurosite Remote Sensing Support Group is a fact!
The use of remote sensing techniques and spatial analysis tools are among the fastest growing fields in nature conservation planning and management. Access to free high-quality spatial data is improving day by day (e.g. thanks to the EU Copernicus earth observation and monitoring programme). Moreover, the availability of low-price and easy-to-use mapping equipment and open…Read More