The Collect Earth Online team, including Karis Tenneson from Spatial Informatics Group, is excited to highlight a number of new features that have been launched, based on feedback from the community of users, to make it even easier to monitor changes in land use and land cover. Highlights include the addition of new high-resolution imagery as well as site improvements that make it easier to edit projects, onboard new users, and label key features within plots.
- Six Caribbean Countries Strengthened in Geospatial Technology for Mangrove Protection and Hydrological Event Monitoring
- Explore the redesigned SERVIR Global website
- Beyond deforesting and polluting, illegal mining impacts gender relations: findings of a study conducted in Madre de Dios, Peru
- Geospatial Technologies Capacity Strengthening Program was Successfully Completed by 22 representatives from Colombian Institutions
- Empowering Women in the Caribbean to Monitor Mangrove Forests and Acquire Leadership Skills