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Traveling safely through icy Greenland with the help of NRENs

The Greenland Community Ice Information Service Imagine being a hunter or a traveller in Northern Greenland needing to navigate safely across the ice in the coastal waters of the region. Even in this harsh environment the Internet and smartphone apps… Continue Reading →

Maximising the benefits of satellite applications for land management

Researchers at the New South Wales Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) carry out remote sensing analysis, mapping and modelling using images of the Australian landscape beamed to earth by European Sentinel satellites, which are accessed via the Copernicus Australasia Regional… Continue Reading →

How GÉANT is helping Copernicus observe Earth for a better future

Tackling global warming, preparing ourselves for man-made and natural disasters, protecting our environment… we constantly need to monitor our planet. Fortunately, we have Copernicus doing that for us. Sharing those gigantic masses of data though, needs the support of GÉANT… Continue Reading →

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