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Session
Poster Board 02-14
Time:
Wednesday, 27/Mar/2019:
7:00pm

Location: MC Atrium

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Presentations
ID: 1093 / Poster Board 02-14: 1
MasterClass - learning day events

Monitoring drought and crop loss using satellite imagery on the cloud

Anna Mae Green, Yonah Bromberg-Gaber, Louisa Nakanuku-Diggs

Radiant Earth Foundation, United States of America



ID: 224 / Poster Board 02-14: 2
Poster

Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 data for Citrus crop management support and water monitoring.

Loubna El Mansouri1, Rachid Hadria2, Hamid Mahyou2, Tarik Benabdeouahab2, Said Lahssini3, Moha Elayachi1

1Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine Hassan II, Morocco; 2National Institute for Agricultural Research, Morocco; 3National School for Forest Engineering, Morocco



ID: 545 / Poster Board 02-14: 3
Poster

Remote sensing and GIS in land use and cover analysis of the northwest zone, Nigeria. Problem identification through change detection

Ayodele Oduwole1,2, Foluke Oduwole2

1University of Lagos, Nigeria; 2The Federal Polytechnic Ilaro, Nigeria



ID: 605 / Poster Board 02-14: 4
Poster

Remote sensing based monitoring of fenced area dynamics around the Dadaab Refugee Camp in Kenya

Felix Rembold1, Massimiliano Rossi2, Michele Nori3, Simon Mureithi4, Gert Nyberg5

1Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Italy; 2The Rainforest Foundation UK; 3Global Governance Programme - European University; 4University of Nairobi; 5Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umea



ID: 607 / Poster Board 02-14: 5
Poster

Integrated geospatial information framework – partnerships for implementation

Rumyana Tonchovska1, Kathrine Kelm2

1UN Food and Agriculture Organisation, Italy; 2World Bank group, USA



ID: 950 / Poster Board 02-14: 6
Poster

Speed-up sustainable energy for the Amazonian – remote sensing and participatory mapping as support tool for the global development agenda

Valerie Graw1, José Jara2, Javier Muro1, Richard Resl3, Esteban Calderon2

1Center for Remote Sensing of Land Surfaces (ZFL), University of Bonn, Germany; 2Tratural, Cuenca, Ecuador; 3AmazonGISnet, Quito, Ecuador



 
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