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The Group on Earth Observations (GEO) is a coordination body that aims to enhance the use of Earth observations (EO) in environmental decision making through...
More comprehensive mapping of earth’s biodiversity is a priority to help prevent further biotic impoverishment and maintain ecosystem functions and services. Intergovernmental organizations, national governments...
The United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals target to eliminate global malaria epidemics by 2030. In response, the World Health Organization (WHO) set forth an ambitious...
A GEO Vision for Energy (GEO-VENER) goal includes “the availability and long-term acquisition of data from satellite and in-situ instruments and models to make possible...
Our proposal falls under GEO Work Programme Element 3.8, the Global Wildfire Information System (GWIS), and has two parts, to 1) provide additional fire weather...
Ecosystem functioning is shaped by physiological, ecological, biophysical, and biogeochemical processes. Historically, inventorying and monitoring biodiversity have been based on structural and compositional features of...
Earth Observations data and products represent great potential for understanding, managing, and conserving biodiversity. The ability of decision makers to translate this vast amount of...
Cholera continues to be a public health threat, particularly in regions that lack access to safe drinking water and sanitation (WASH) infrastructure. Most systematic research...
Implementation of a geospatial surveillance and response system resource for vector borne disease in the Americas (GeoHealth) will be tested using NASA satellite data, geographic...
We propose to enhance disaster manager capacity to better prepare, respond and recover to floods. In the current state, disaster management organizations in developing countries...
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