Episode 4

GEO-GEE project winners: Monitoring the extent of ecosystem loss with maps

We have another cracker Location Matters episode this week covering two winning projects from the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) - Google Earth Engine (GEE) program. Our host,  NGIS’ Sarah Butler & Yvonne Fong, Data Scientist at EO Data Science, are joined by project leads Nicholas Murray from James Cook University, and Dimos Traganos from the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) to discuss how their projects Remap and Global Seagrass Watch are tackling important environmental challenges using Earth observation data. If you love hearing about cool mapping tools that make a positive impact -  tune in to this episode!


Group on Earth Observations and Google Earth Engine program announcement

GEO-GEE Project: Mapping the status of ecosystems with Remap (Nick’s project)

GEO-GEE Project: Coastal ecosystems  (Dimos’ project)


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The podcast devoted to GIS.

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Location Matters is a podcast devoted to the map and to the GIS industry. We discuss the latest trends and technologies, chat with industry and technology experts and how mapping can change the world.