Do you want to know what Marginal Lands (MLs) are?
Are you interested in applying the latest remote sensing techniques?
In this MOOC, you will learn: (1) the definition of MLs; (2) a methodological proposal for the identification and classification of MLs; (3) a short review of forest biomass estimation with optical sensors, RADAR and LiDAR; (4) a proposal of carbon calculation; and (5) an introduction to the MLs management application created in GEE in the framework of the project.
During the course, we will give you some recommendations for manipulating large datasets, and we will teach you how to work with the Mail Geoportal application as a user. All this with the aim that you will be able to better understand the concept of MLs and will be able to analyze large MLs extensions in a fast way.
The MaiL project organized its Final Conference, hosted by the
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, on the 13th of December 2021. The
objective of the event is to address different topics which are linked
to the project activities and to disseminate its final results.
The MaiL Workshop “The potential of Marginal Lands as carbon sink in
Europe” brings together various communities interested in numerous
topics related to marginal lands, as identification, analysis,
management, carbon sequestration capacity, afforestation planning, etc.
1st – 3rd of December 2021
The virtual event “Marginal lands for Growing Industrial Crops: Turning a burden into an opportunity” will present and discuss relevant findings of the Magic project.
More information you can find here