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Do you know that Earth Observation can be used to monitor ecosytem services?

ECOpotential
ECOpotential

ECOPOTENTIAL Project is going Online! ECOPOTENTIAL  is a large European-funded H2020 project that focuses its activities on a targeted set of internationally recognised Protected Areas, blending Earth Observations from remote sensing and field measurements, data analysis and modelling of current and future ecosystem conditions and services.

ECOpotential
ECOpotential

For improving communication to all the stakeholders, ECOPOTENTIAL renewed its website and recently released the first issue of the Newsletter.

The Newsletter is intended to provide information on the Project goals, activities and results, and it will regularly report the progress of the Project.

Tell us if you are interested in receiving our newsletter. You will recive information about:

  • Ecosytem services
  • Protected areas management
  • The use of earth observation for the ecosytem services monitoring
  • Other variables (biodiversity, climate, ocean, water)

ECOPOTENTIAL web:

http://www.ecopotential-project.eu/

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