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  1. geothermal detection, you can use thermal based images from satellites, many product offer this, you can search any images with infrared bands. something like this ; many research papers talk bout this topic if you want to compare, then simply using multi temporal images, happy learning
  2. what level for your data? do you mean you try to run atmospheric correction and failed? please describe what you refer as "fail" what did you do?
  3. silahkan, selamet bergabung
  4. the best bet if you find free data programs, you submit a research and get the data, I saw once Tandem-X offer this programs. for now, a completely free DEM data stuck in 30 m resolution, anyone have another update maybe? hey tandem-x have a general proposal programs, maybe you can try it : scroll down
  5. welcome back
  6. on the content type , you can choose topic for permanent result, I think you should make your own stream, click activity - my activity stream and create new stream
  7. i like this discussion, keep it up we need more like this, BTW, I think the best approach is keep the theory as the corridor to discover a new things try something new is good but there is a limitation based on theory, so let discuss how far that limit carry on
  8. of course, tapatalk need reinstalled now this forum run in minimal mode
  9. on the top menu click Activity - Unread Contents or you can make your own customize by clicking Activity - My Activity Streams - Create New Stream
  10. whooohoooooo, nice
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  12. nice , waiting for the new version,
  13. At least 18 people have died and several more have been injured after shops and houses collapsed in the Indonesian province of Aceh after a 6.5 magnitude earthquake struck at 5am (9am AEDT) on Wednesday. At least one person was killed after a 6.5-magnitude quake struck near the Indonesian town of Banda Aceh on Wednesday (Dec 7), but authorities said there was no danger of a tsunami. Dozens of buildings have also collapsed in the northern province of Aceh, with injuries reported and people trapped under rubble. The USGS upgraded the magnitude to 6.5 from an initial reading of 6.4 and issued a yellow alert for expected fatalities and damage. "The earthquake was felt strongly and many people panicked and rushed outdoors as houses collapsed," Sutopo Nugroho of the national disaster management agency (BNPB) said in a statement, adding that few injuries, and no deaths, had been reported. Social media images showed buildings reduced to rubble, fallen electricity poles, and people gathering outside at street corners. District official Apriadi Achmad said that an elderly man had died, possibly from a heart attack, and there were fears for dozens believed to be trapped inside damaged homes. "Several shophouses and homes have caved in in Pidie Jaya district and the owners are still trapped there," Achmad, chief of the local disaster management office, told AFP. "We are now deploying heavy machines to help out and hopefully we can save the ones who are trapped," he said. source : google and
  14. never use this, but thanks for the heads up
  15. At the Thirteenth GEO Plenary Meeting, held in St Petersburg, Russian Federation from 9-10 November, 2016, representatives from GEO’s 103 Member governments and 106 Participating Organizations (POs) convened to launch a new look for the Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) Portal. Participants also addressed how best to advance GEO Initiatives linked to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and for the first time, to engage with the commercial sector through a Plenary panel session. “Open data not only maximizes tax payers’ money in government infrastructure, it promotes economic growth, education and capacity building.” said GEO Secretariat Director, Barbara Ryan. “GEO brings all sides of the conversation together so that data is broadly and openly available, free to the user and can be used to create value-added products and services to benefit society.” The Plenary meeting was held for the first time in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Region. New Member governments announced at the Plenary were Uruguay, United Arab Emirates and Mongolia. Among the new Participating Organizations approved in 2016 are the European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC); the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT); the Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS); the Sahara and Sahel Observatory (OSS); and the World Health Organization (WHO). Co-host Alexander Frolov, Head of Roshydromet said: “We express our pleasure at the success of the GEO-XIII Plenary due to strong cooperation between the GEO community, Roshydromet and Roscosmos. Numerous Side Events organized by Members and POs clearly demonstrate the constantly evolving influence of GEO as an Intergovernmental body.” Mikhail Khailov, Deputy Director General for Automatic Space Complexes of the State Corporation Roscosmos said “Coordination of activities, and the joint harvesting and usage the data of Earth Remote Sensing (ERS) that was organized at the GEO-XIII Plenary is very relevant for all of the GEO community. We are developing the technologies of ERS data processing and thematic services to benefit the people of the Earth through improved coverage, increased volume, quality and promptness of acquired ERS data.” Philemon Mjwara, Director-General, Department of Science and Technology, Republic of South Africa and Chair of the Session reiterated the benefits of having access to EO data as an “enabling resource that allows us to begin addressing the Water-Food-Energy nexus, and other nexus, as a stepping stone to clearly understanding how the Earth’s systems work, and ultimately realizing GEOSS.” Pengde Li, Deputy Director General National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geoinformation of China said,“Downscaling implementation of GEOSS at national and regional levels has become extremely important to ensure broad engagement and sufficient resources to realize our ambitious vision. Fortunately, we see more and more Members start establishing national inter-ministerial coordination and using regional initiatives as a vehicle for broad engagement.” The Plenary opened with a message from the International Space Station. In the recorded video message, the cosmonauts observed it is easy to understand the interconnected nature of the planet. Space technologies help to understand Earth’s complicated processes and problems. Humankind is facing global challenges today, and international cooperation plays a crucial role in tackling these issues. The work of GEO makes Earth observations more widely available and meaningful, for the benefit of humanity. Link: sites : portal :