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March 17, 2016

New Technique Tracks ‘Heartbeat’ of Hundreds of Wetlands

For two University of Washington researchers, the real test came as they walked across a barren-looking field. They were on the Columbia Plateau with two state wetland ecologists, searching for a 1-acre body of water identified and mapped for the first time using a new method they developed. But when the group arrived at the

February 2, 2016

World Wetlands Day

Wetlands are land areas that are permanently or seasonally saturated with water. They play an important role in the local environment and associated plant and animal life. On 2 February 1971, the ‘Ramsar Convention on Wetlands’ was adopted in the Iranian city of Ramsar to provide the framework for national action and international cooperation for

June 23, 2015

NASA Completes Intensive Study of Louisiana Gulf Coast Levees and Wetlands

NASA regularly captures data about Gulf Coast fluctuations, measuring change as well as ongoing loss of land. These measurements are particularly helpful after storms and hurricanes to understand wetland change and obtain a complete picture of coastal zone change.

February 19, 2014

Visual Intelligence Releases iOne Sensor Reconfiguration Kit

Houston, Feb. 11, 2014—Visual Intelligence today unveiled an industry breakthrough with the iOne™ Sensor Reconfiguration Kit (“iOne SRK™”), which expands the capabilities and flexibility of its cost-effective, disruptive iOne STKA-based sensor system solutions. A first in the geospatial industry, the iOne SRK enables the iOne Stereo to be reconfigured in the field from 12 kps