Tag Archives: change detection

What Can You Do With 40 Years of Imagery?

A colleague recently pointed me to an interesting video on NASA’s YouTube page, cleverly titled “What Doesn’t Stay in Vegas? Sprawl.”  This video shows the rapid expansion of Las Vegas between 1972 and 2010.  The video comprises 38 years worth … Continue reading

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VISualize 2012: Tracking Pine Beetle Forest Destruction

In my previous post, I talked about VISualize 2012 which we hosted at the World Wildlife Foundation in Washington DC.  The conference recently wrapped up and there were some great presentations about everything from crop management to declining arctic sea … Continue reading

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Environmental Conservation and Geospatial Image Analysis

In his recent post, my colleague, Peter McIntosh wrote about the different markets where geospatial software provides solutions.   For many geospatial imagery users monitoring and quantifying change is a very important task.   Through my work with academic institutions and environmental … Continue reading

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