new publication: Open data and open source for remote sensing training in ecology

new publication: Open data and open source for remote sensing training in ecology

written by Martin Wegmann

May 16, 2017

Our new publication “Open data and open source for remote sensing training in ecology” lead by Duccio Rocchini is now online covering the potential of open-access and open-source within training Earth Observation applications in other disciplines such as ecology. It is related to the special issue on remote sensing training for ecology and conservation published earlier this year and highlights the importance to embrace open-access and -source in remote sensing training.

 

read the full article here:

Duccio Rocchini, Vaclav Petras, Anna Petrasova, Ned Horning, Ludmila Furtkevicova, Markus Neteler, Benjamin Leutner, Martin Wegmann (2017) Open-access and open-source for remote sensing training in ecology, Ecological Informatics

 

 

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