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2022 China-ASEAN Satellite Application Industry Cooperation Forum Held in Nanning
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HERE SDK Navigate now available in Japan
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Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

India Panel Urges Tree Plantation Mapping

In a first of its kind study on felling and transit regulations for tree species grown on non-forest and private land, an expert panel has called for mapping of such plantations. It also suggested a uniform mechanism to...

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

New Study Slams Indonesia’s Forest Protection

Indonesia’s tropical forest is being converted to oil palm plantations even faster than was thought, giving rise of the possibility that only 4 percent of forest outside of protected areas will be intact, according to a study...

Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

ISRO Surveys Bengal Tea Gardens to Improve Yield Print

A team of Indian Space Research Organisation scientists has arrived in north Bengal to conduct ground-based surveys of tea gardens before using remote sensing satellites to map the estates. The survey is part of a project expected...