February 15, 2015
The Copernicus Climate Change, Marine Environment and Atmosphere Monitoring services will start operations in 2015. Hence, three Delegation Agreements, for the implementation and management of the services, have been signed by the European Commission and the service operators (Mercator Océan and ECMWF). In addition, the role of the European Environment Agency (EEA) was consolidated as
February 10, 2015
The Blekinge Institute of Technology in Sweden recently received a research grant from the Knowledge Foundation to improve remote sensing imaging tools to better monitor climate change.
February 3, 2015
A Landsat 8 image of landslide debris blocking the Tsarap River in the Indian states of Jammu and Kashmir is helping authorities assess a dangerous situation, as they’re concerned an earthen dam will break and lead to damaging flooding downstream.
January 27, 2015
During the last two decades, the Austfonna ice cap on Norway’s Nordaustlandet island in the Svalbard archipelago has lost more than 50 meters of ice and stretched 50 kilometers inland. The outlet glacier from the ice cap is now flowing 25 times faster in that same time period.
January 13, 2015
Arlington, Va., Jan. 13, 2015—BlackBridge is pleased to announce that its RapidEye imagery from the U.S. and Canadian Monitoring Program for Agriculture will be available through Agrian’s Technology Platform for Growers beginning in 2015. BlackBridge’s Monitoring Programs for Agriculture are unique in the market, providing newly collected and archived five-meter RapidEye satellite imagery across all
January 12, 2015
ABU DHABI, UAE, and BRISTOL, UK, Jan. 12, 2015—Proteus FZC, a provider of satellite-derived mapping and classification services, is now offering a daily Water Quality Monitoring service for the Arabian Gulf. Derived from NASA satellite data, the new service provides daily online access to reports on six water quality parameters at 250-meter to 1-kilometer spatial
December 19, 2014
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 18, 2014—The Greenland Ice Sheet is ready for its close-up. The highest-resolution satellite images ever taken of that region are making their debut. And while each individual pixel represents only one moment in time, taken together they show the ice sheet as a kind of living body—flowing, crumbling and melting out to sea.
December 14, 2014
During the last few decades, average global temperatures have been on the rise, and this warming is happening much faster in the Arctic and Antarctic. Scientists are hard at work studying how rising temperatures are affecting Earth’s polar regions.
December 13, 2014
Welcome to the first issue of Earth Imaging Journal under the ownership of V1 Media. Our team is excited to join old friends who share a passion for the promise and power of remote sensing and related geospatial technologies. Now is a great time to be involved in Earth observation, with the proliferation of