Coming Soon: INOGO Mapas 2015
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
INOGO Newsletter, No. XIV
Eben taking decimeter accuracy GPS points to identify degraded forest areas with field assistant Luis Alberto, native of Sandalo, on the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica.
In collaboration with the University of Alabama’s SpecLab, INOGO will be updating INOGO Mapas 2012 with INOGO Mapas 2015. INOGO Mapas 2012 used Rapid Eye satellite imagery to conduct an in-depth analysis of land use and land cover at a resolution of 5x5m. INOGO Mapas 2015 will use new satellite imagery from early 2015 in order to update the land use and land cover maps. A report – anticipated for early 2016 – will accompany the maps, detailing the changes in land use and land cover observed, as well as potential reasons for these changes.
For more information on this collaboration, please write to Emily Arnold (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Eben Broadbent (email@example.com).