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The Yellow River Delta faces numerous challenges in the context of global change. Impacts of industrial exploitation, urbanization, agricultural transformation, as well as climate change can all be observed in the delta.
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From space. For humans and the environment. Earth observation in use.
Ten years of planning, ten years of travel, 2.5 years of deep sleep and nine million kilometres still to go before reaching the goal. Eight hundred million kilometres away. One of the most exciting space missions then enters the home stretch.
Satellite images become maps with the help of TWOPAC. Any number of comparable satellite images can be classified with the same decision tree without substantial additional effort.
WISDOM stands for “Water-related Information System for the Sustainable Development of the Mekong Delta.” The project goal is to establish an adaptable information system for the Mekong delta.
PASODOBLE is developing local and regional services to provide information on air quality for health authorities, endangered persons, tourism and sport activities, and the general public.
The long-term goal is to satisfy a substantial part of the energy needs of the MENA countries and meet as much as 15% of Europe’s electricity demand by 2050.
Since 1999 equipment developed by the DLR has being successfully employed by farmers and hunters. It uses infrared sensors to detect wild animals during springtime mowing.
The video demonstrates how service providers can publish an environmental/health monitoring service through the GENESIS service portal.
The Sumatra earthquake of December 2004 was the second largest earthquake ever recorded by instruments. GITEWS is an early warning system for the Indian Ocean developed by DLR.
The primary goal of the mission is to detect and characterize Near Earth Objects (NEOs), with a focus on those located within Earth's orbit.
The overall goal of the joint German-Chinese coal fire research project is to improve understanding of the processes and boundary conditions influencing the outbreak of coal seam fires in China.