Learning Session 7: Satellite Data for REDD+ MRV



Posted on 15 January 2013  | 
Aurelie Shapiro, Remote Sensing Specialist with WWF Germany
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The WWF Forest and Climate Initiative's free online Learning Sessions are designed to leverage and share REDD+ knowledge and expertise. Learning and capacity building are key to having up-to-date information on the latest  REDD+ developments. Every month we invite a REDD+ expert to present on a key issue, so that REDD+ practitioners from around the world can have access to the latest information related to REDD+.

Wednesday, January 30, 10:00 EST/1600 CET
 
Join Aurélie Shapiro, Remote Sensing Specialist with WWF Germany, as she takes us a through an overview of satellite data for REDD+ MRV. Learn about a number of data sources available specifically for REDD+ MRV, how to select imagery based on timing resolution, and how to budget for imagery for forest mapping and monitoring. 
 
The webinar will also include a spotlight on RapidEye, an imagery resource that can help provide data for REDD+ MRV. 
 
A Q + A session will follow the presentation. 
 
 * RapidEye is one of a variety of resources available for satellite imagery, and our inclusion of it in this webinar does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement by WWF. 

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