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Earth Observation for Development Blog

Earth Observation for Development Blog

This is the blog for Gary Watmough and the Geospatial Livelihoods research team at the University of Edinburgh

A blog post by John Mutua an EPSRC and FAO CASE Funded PhD Student working with the Jameel Observatory and supervised by Gary, Alan Duncan, Simon Fravel all from UoE, Tim Robinson from FAO and An Noetenbert from CIAT. John writes here about a scoping trip for his PhD research where he travelled to several […]

A blog post by Gareth Haagman of Exeter University who worked with the geospatia livelihoods group as a research experience placement intern as part of the SENSE CDT. In this post Gareth summarising some of the work he conducted on building classifications using 50 cm spatial resolution satellite data in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Introduction Bulawayo is […]

A blog post prepared by Peter Hargreaves to summarise the paper that was published in the International Journal of Earth Observation and Geoinformation from his PhD work, in which we examine how Earth Observation data can be leveraged for suporting sustainble rural development. Within the paper Peter presents a road map of where the EO […]

Welcome to blog site for the Geospatial Livelihoods Research Team at the University of Edinburgh!   We aim to provide summaries of the work that the team are working on as well as summaries of publications we have produced. Links will always be provided for additional reading for those interested or we are also happy […]


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