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The 2nd World Sustainability Forum

H: Remote Sensing for Sustainable Management of Land and Biodiversity, Sustainable Agriculture


Prof. Dr. Daniele Riccio, University of Napoli Federico II, Italy

A new generation of Remote Sensing sensors is being operational to map, monitor and analyze the Earth. New available configurations and operational modes increase the flexibility of these sensors that are now able to obtain data, images and products within a wide range of space, time and frequency resolution and coverage. This unprecedented development in the remote sensing sensors requires definition of new techniques and algorithms to support Sustainable Management of Land and Biodiversity, as well as Sustainable Agriculture.
Main purpose of this Session is to provide a reference of modern remote sensing techniques for sustainable management of land, biodiversity, and agriculture. A remarkable advance for the exploitation of remote sensing data in monitoring applications.

List of presentations (2)
List of Accepted Abstracts (3)
Climate Independent Foods Healthier nutrients and taste with net zero weather, water or waste
Remote sensing analysis of NDBI, NDVI and NDWI as indicators of urban heat island effect in built-up areas
Sustainable small-scale farming system in Iran: an overview on the problems and solutions
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