You must have seen it already: the 6th edition of our RAPP newsletter is out! You can find the whole story here. If you haven’t received the newsletter in your email, it’s Continue Reading →
We are pleased to announce that Dr Clement Adjorlolo (SANSA, South African National Space Agency) has offered to support us at CSIRO (Australia) to coordinate GEOGLAM RAPP. Clement has been Continue Reading →
Please visit the event page to know more about what happened in Frascati, including the agenda and most of the presentations that were given (PDF)!
Here we are, in Frascati at the ESA’s center for Earth Observations (ESRIN), for our annual international workshop of 2017! Dr Alex Held (CSIRO) and Dr Benjamin Koetz (ESA) just Continue Reading →
We are very happy to announce the release of our “open beta” version for the RAPP Map. RAPP Map is the spatial data platform for the Rangeland and Pasture Productivity Continue Reading →
You can now have access to the latest vegetation cover anomalies products (December 2016, and January, February and March 2017). The latest one, March 2017, shows improvements (green) in the vegetation cover in Continue Reading →
It’s that time of the year… to announce our next workshop! It is now confirmed that ESA (the European Space Agency) will host us in May (16 & 17), at ESRIN Continue Reading →
You must have seen it already, but this 4th edition of our RAPP newsletter was a bit different! You can find the whole story here. If you haven’t received the Continue Reading →
It’s there! As announced earlier, the global monitoring system for rangelands (also called ‘RAPP Map’), a web-based interactive tool providing seasonal updates of the condition and biomass of global rangelands and pastures, is being implemented, using remote sensing data.
GLobal monitoring system (RAPP Map) – printscreen
For more information, please visit our new page on the global monitoring system (RAPP Map).
You can now have access to the latest vegetation cover anomalies products (September and October 2016). The latest one, October still shows the vegetation cover is much lower than average (red) in Continue Reading →