The MAAP project integrates a range of satellite imagery and analysis tools to detect and disclose deforestation across the Peruvian Amazon.
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Global Forest Watch enables you to monitor tree cover and forest change for your region of interest in a free online platform.
SkyTruth’s FrackFinder project combines remote sensing, cloud computing, and an engaged public to map drilling and hydraulic fracturing using crowd-sourced image analysis of satellite and aerial imagery.
An innovative use of an open-source animal monitoring platform to examine impacts of hunting dogs on wildlife
Internet use is critical for modern business, learning, and communication yet varies widely across the globe, whereas mobile phone use is common nearly everywhere.
Most African elephant ivory is from a very few places A study published last week in Science showed that most of the ivory being trafficked today comes from two areas…
A very alert snow leopard. Photo credit: Bernard Landgraf, Wikimedia Commons. Conservation work is important not just in tropical rainforests, but also in snow-covered peaks and steep slopes, the home…
Tigers are endangered by demand for their bones and pelts. Photos by Rhett A. Butler. In a recent stand to help reduce hunting of endangered wildlife, first South African Airlines…
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