Earth Engine Training
SilvaCarbon is collaborating with McGill University, Boston University, The World Bank, and Google Earth Engine (GEE) to build capacity among ISFL to produce robust activity data following ISFL requirements and best practices. Within that framework, ISFL countries and other SilvaCarbon countries are testing open-source algorithms to map land use change.
In December two training sessions were conducted for participants from Colombia, Zambia, Ethiopia, Ecuador, Peru, and Costa Rica. The sessions provided training on the use of the platform and demonstrated how to get started using GEE.
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SilvaCarbon in collaboration with #McGillNRS delivered a two days #GEE training for Land Cover Change Mapping. Great experience for all of participants and organizers. Stay tune for the recording links □□️□ @gfoi_forest #capacitybuilding #remotesensing #forest. □□□ pic.twitter.com/C86mQQcQ5q— SilvaCarbonGlobal (@SilvaCarbon_) December 8, 2020