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Tata Deploys Its Geospatial Satellite In Space on Space X’s Falcon 9 Rocket
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Tata Company launched India's first private commercial satellite...
Taiwan’s Formosat-8 Satellite Set for Launch by 2025
The Taiwan Space Agency has announced progress on the...
Iranian Scientists to Build Satellite Constellation for 2 Simultaneous Missions
The scientists at the knowledge-based company had previously succeeded...
China provides geospatial intel and other military support to Russia, US says
The US has warned its European allies that China...
Japanese lunar lander company ispace raises $53.5 million in stock sale
WASHINGTON — Japanese lunar lander developer has raised $53.5...
Esri and Prince Sultan University Advance GIS Education Through Strategic Partnership
Memorandum of Understanding with Institution Enhances GIS Curriculum and...
China launches 3rd group of Yunhai-2 satellites for observation
China launches third set of Yunhai-2 satellites for monitoring...
South Korea to launch second spy satellite in early April
South Korea plans to launch its second military satellite...
China launched the second batch of Yunhai-2 satellites
China has launched a new batch of Yunhai-2 weather...
UB Singapore students win geospatial competition with food waste research
UB students in Singapore mapping food waste across the...

water quality

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

Cook Islands Surveying Water Quality

Marine researchers in the Cook Islands are hoping a new survey can determine a link between poor water quality at beaches and sickness experienced by swimmers. The Ministry of Marine Resources is conducting the three week survey in...

Saturday, November 26th, 2011

Eyeing Ways to Improve Lake Rotorua Water

The Bay of Plenty Regional Council is considering a report on ways to improve the water quality in Lake Rotorua. The consultant's report covers potential land management and land use changes in the Lake Rotorua catchment in a...

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

New Zealand Embarks on Four-Year, $4 Million Mapping Programme

The government of New Zealand has announced a research programme today to use satellite imagery and geospatial mapping to map forests, pastures, rivers and cities across the country. The four-year Land Cover Research Programme was launched with...