EOMAP has been awarded by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) to further develop its unique physics-based method of mapping the depth of the sea from satellite observations.
Maxar collected new satellite imagery this morning (September 5th) over the northern Bahamas that provide our first clear view of the extensive damage caused by Hurricane Dorian to Marsh Harbour, Great Abaco Island and a number of the villages on nearby cays.
As Hurricane Dorian gets closer to Florida, U.S. Geological Survey scientists have been in the field from Savannah, Georgia to Hollywood, Florida and on Florida’s Gulf Coast, deploying 175 storm-tide sensors [video] and16 other instruments that will track the hurricane’s effects.
USGS and the Global Earthquake Model Foundation take steps to save lives worldwide
Memorandum of Understanding ensures company’s technology will be rolled out in Indonesia over the next decade
The end of El Nino could boost Atlantic hurricane activity
USGS scientists look to the past to learn about the future of Florida mangroves
New predictions prompt C Spire to redouble efforts to maintain service in the worst conditions
Green spaces in cities promote well-being and mental health — ‘Nature’ Neuroscience study published with participation of GIScience researchers at Heidelberg University – INTERDISCIPLINARY NATURE STUDY SHOWS THAT INNER TOWN GREEN DIRECTLY INFLUENCES ON CITY RESIDENTS
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