News

THEIA PRODUCTS DISRUPTED BY ECMWF DATA CENTER MIGRATION

The processing of some Theia products is suspended during the migration of the ECMWF data centre.

Publications

Digital Soil Mapping: educational resources and property maps

Theia Digital Mapping SEC offers new educational resources and Soil Properties Maps.

Publications

Theia innovates for the processing and dissemination of hydrological data

Flavien GOUILLON & Lionel ZAWADZKI from CNES gave an update on the evolution of the Theia data and services infrastructure to meet the needs of hydrological data processing and dissemination.

SCO

TropiSCO: Monitoring Forest Cover Loss in Dense Forests

The Tropisco projects build on methods developed in THEIA Forest Biomass and Cover Change SEC.

Data Terra

Using satellite imagery to establish a link between the environment, the habitats that are favourable to these species, and the human and animal populations at risk

Annelise TRAN, CIRAD researcher and THEIA Risks associated with Infectious Diseases SEC, shares her vision of Theia consortium, its achievements as well as the challenges ahead.

Agenda

Huge Success for the French-Lebanese Summer School on Remote Sensing

Theia-AUB Summer School in Beirut has been a huge success. All presentation and teaching material are now on-line.

Data Terra

“What motivates my interest in THEIA, but also in the very idea of data consortia, are the ever-changing activities and the associated challenges.”

Arnaud Sellé, CNES-Partner Interoperability Manager for DINAMIS, Theia & ForM@Ter, gives us his vision of Theia contributions and challenges.

Agenda

Theia programme at Living Planet Symposium

Go to Bonn with Theia’s Living Planet programme in your pocket!

Publications

[Just Released] Theia Bulletin N°16

>>>News from the network: Nomination of Anne Puissant as Theia new Scientific Director; Theia workshop on irrigated areas; Trishna Days ; GAIA Data and Terra Forma Kick-Offs, Critical Zone Award, […]

Publications

Monitoring Lake and River’s Water Level: Sentinel-6A’s turn

Hydroweb product continuity is already ensured with the integration of Sentinel-6A data in place of Jason-3.

Fototex results

Publications

FOTOTEX: An Unsupervised Method for Urban Areas

FOTOTEX, developed within Theia Risks Associated with Infectious Disease Risks and Urban SECs, proposes a unique, rapid and unsupervised method for characterising urban areas at three overlapping scales.

Agenda

GESOC Call for papers

Call for papers before 15 May 2022