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    Map the Oceans, To Save Earth’s Climate

    Lurker
    By Lurker,
    It is worth repeating that scientists know more about Mars, Venus, and the dark side of the moon than they know of Earth’s ocean depths. To date, less than 20 percent of the ocean floor has been mapped—13 percent in just the past four years. But scientists would like to map it all by 2030. It’s an essential undertaking, but it’s going to take dedicated effort, public support, and government funding. Such a project can be accomplished only through dedicated global cooperation. The payoff sta

    Moving Beyond the Geospatial Machine Learning Hype

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    By ckamusoko,
    Land cover classification remains challenging. However, more very high-resolution images are available to create quality reference data. In addition, efforts to improve transparency and accountability in the machine learning model are becoming an important research topic. I have published a book on ‘Data-centric Explainable Machine Learning for Land Cover Classification: A Practical Guide in R.’ The book is for those interested in improving land cover classification using a data-centric explaina

    Tonga volcano eruption triggers tsunami warnings in Japan, Pacific islands

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    By Lurker,
    An underwater volcano off Tonga erupted on Saturday, triggering tsunami warnings and evacuation orders in Japan and causing large waves in several South Pacific islands, where footage on social media showed waves crashing into coastal homes. Japan's meteorological agency issued tsunami warnings in the early hours on Sunday and said waves as high as three metres (9.84 feet) were expected in the Amami islands in the south. Waves of more than a metre were recorded there earlier.   Pub

    retrieve coastline map wrapped onto 3d globe

    ggml
    By ggml,
    Hi. What is a basic method to export worldmap layers such as coastlines, but wrapped on a 3d globe, for further use with computer graphics tools ?

    A Deadly Day on Mount Semeru

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    By Lurker,
    Mount Semeru, the tallest and most active volcano on the Indonesian island of Java, has routinely spit up small, mostly harmless plumes of ash and gas for years. The circumstances changed on December 4, 2021. Following a partial collapse of the summit lava dome early in December, sensors began to detect elevated seismic activity, according to the Volcanological Survey of Indonesia (PVMBG). After more of Semeru’s lava dome gave way, billowing fronts of superheated ash, tephra, soil, and othe

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