Studying forest biomass from space


In this video, forestry expert Maurizio Santoro, senior researcher at Gamma Remote Sensing and one of the leaders of ESA projects related to the Climate Change Initiative (CCI), explains how the use of various data, whether in synergy or in comparison, can bring a great contribution/benefit to the field of mapping biomass and measuring this Essential Climate Variable.

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  1. As florestas são tão importantes …estudar esta fonte que nos dá. de tudo …é de facto urgente ver os desequilíbrios que directamente implicam com todas vidas
    e tornam mais respiravel e embelezam o nosso planeta!!

  2. Meanwhile the forests of the world are being burned. There needs to be action from wealthy governments to incentivise nations with vast forests to protect them. It's not about economics, it's about survival of our species! We lose the forest, we're dead!

  3. What a waste of money. CO2 is not "stored" in vegetation. Vegetation eats carbon as a food source converting it into glucose, and oxygen. A larger consumer of carbon are plankton. The Carbon Emperor has no clothes.

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