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Improving Biodiversity Monitoring using Satellite Remote Sensing

Increased access to satellite imagery and new developments in remote sensing data analyses can support biodiversity conservation targets by stepping up monitoring processes at various spatial and temporal scales. 753 more words

Methods Papers

Combatting climate change

Linda LeZotte, Board Director, District 4 representative

The drought we all recently experienced in California was not only the longest dry spell in history, it was also a forewarning of the extremes that await with a changing climate. 689 more words

What's Happening

The second death of long-submerged shipwrecks

This story was originally published by Atlas Obscura and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.

On a choppy voyage to Antarctica in 1928, the crew of the ship that would eventually be rechristened as the  1,612 more words

Climate & Energy

Today in climate change (27 July 2018)

Please find below a list of links to recent climate change news…

Recent Australian droughts may be the worst in 800 years https://theconversation.com/recent-australian-droughts-may-be-the-worst-in-800-years-94292?utm_medium=amptwitter&utm_source=twitter

All the ice that melted at the South Pole in the past 25 years, visualized with swimming pools… 743 more words

Climate Change

Sensing High Water in Venice

https://soundslikenoise.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/venice-flood-siren.mp3

Flood warning siren in Venice (from Sounds Like Noise)

Visiting Venice this summer suggested some intellectual bridges between cities (see our previous series on the… 1,424 more words

Reflections

Guest Opinion: Dr. Tim Ball I know there are many articles on this website about sea level, none better than the recent one by David Middleton that speaks about “More nonsense about sea level rise.” I thought his article would make the continuance of this article unnecessary.

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