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Contributing to the development of our partners in the South in the fields of applicative Earth Observation, based on the resources offered by Theia
Meet with Jean-François Faure, one of Theia’s founding fathers and active facilitator of Theia activities in the global South as well as the national secretary of the DINAMIS mechanism.
Do you know the SCO?
The SCO facilitators discuss the Space Climate Observatory project, through which several THEIA SECs and RANs projects have been labelled.
Monitoring of Land Soil Sealing by Remote-Sensing
Discover the work on soil sealing carried out by the TETIS team within Theia Urban SEC. And in particular the new product broadcast on Theia: “Buildings footprint”.
Providing key information for environmental studies to document changes and trends
Meet with Silvia Valero, the new facilitator for Theia Land Cover SEC. She shares here her ambitions and expectations.
Just Released: Theia Bulletin n°15
Read the new Theia Bulletin with all the network news, a selection of focuses on products and much more.
Thermal Infrared: Understanding Practices and Assessing Needs
The main results of the survey conducted by the Surface Temperature and Emissivity SEC on the needs of the TIR community.
Meeting effectively not only current production needs but also those of the future
Bernard Specht, CNES operations manager for the Theia-MUSCATE SDI, talks about data production within Theia consortium. A perspective that we don’t share enough.
GEOV2-AVHRR: Monitoring Changes in Vegetation on a Global Scale over the last 38 Years
Long-term global monitoring of the terrestrial biosphere has raised an increasing interest in recent years. The Global Climate Observing System (GCOS 2010) identified a set of Essential Climate Variables (ECV) […]
Alex Storm and flash floods in the French Maritime Alps: Spatial imagery for crisis management
SERTIT laboratory explains how they respond to the need for rapid mapping during an event such as the Alex storm that devastated the Alpes-Maritimes at the end of 2020.