August 2018 M T W T F S S « Mar 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
Campaign URL Copy
Campaign URL Copy
The Forestry Research Centre of the Consiglio per la Ricerca e la sperimentazione in Agricoltura (CRA-SEL) is pleased to announce the organization of a workshop oriented to applications of Python for forestry and forest-GIS.
The workshop will be held on 4-5 of december 2014 in Arezzo, viale S. Margherita 80.
The new version of “Remote Sensing with IDRISI: A Beginner’s Guide”, updated for IDRISI Selva, is now available. The text includes a range of tutorial exercises with sample data. It is an excellent resource for teaching remote sensing and is used by universities worldwide. The guide is available for US$50 plus shipping.
Remote Sensing with IDRISI is co-authored by Timothy Warner and David J. Campagna, and published by Geocarto International Centre in Hong Kong.
The Dutch National Spatial Data Infrastructure (PDOK) makes digital geospatial data available for the public and private sector.
The PDOK services meet national and international standards, including the European INSPIRE standards and the Dutch e-government standards.
The full Dutch coverage of LiDAR data are now available here in compressed .LAZ format:
MOTI is an Android app for acquiring and calculating basal area, number of trees per ha, tree height and growing stock volume in plot and stand forest inventories. It includes GPS features, volume tables and design based estimators for real time calculations.
MOTI is developed by the Bern University of Applied Sciences and is freely available here: http://www.moti.ch/drupal/?q=en
Interesting SOURCE. rs
Results from time-series analysis of 654,178 Landsat 7 ETM+ images in characterizing global forest extent and change from 2000 through 2012. For additional information about these results, please see the associated journal article(Hansen et al., Science 2013).
Web-based visualizations of these results are also available at our main site:
Please use that URL when linking to this dataset.
We anticipate releasing updated versions of this dataset. To keep up to date with the latest updates, and to help us better understand how these data are used, please register as a user. Thanks!
New frontiers of aerial survey from Bluesky with the world’s first integrated night-time mapping system combining a specially adapted camera with Lidar and thermal imaging sensors.
These products can help Local Authorities and conservation organisations to provide an assessment of light pollution, optimize urban illumination for security and support street lighting inventories and condition assessments.
The University of Molise (member of forestlab.net) partner of THE ISSUE project would like to invite you to participate in the sixth webinar of our webinar Master Class series. This webinar will be held on February 12, 2014 (Wednesday) at 12:00 CET. This webinar will be presented by Prof Paul Monks from University of Leicester, UK and Marco Petrelli from University of Rome, Italy.
The topic of the webinar will be: “Urban Air Quality. Regulation, Monitoring and Management”
For more information, please follow: