Ash Fallout Risk

This app, put together by 2017 Ecometrica Award Winner Beth Gillies, shows the potential ash fallout from an eruption by the Volcán de Colima, also known as Volcán de Fuego, one of the most active volcanos in Mexico and in North America. https://ashfalloutrisk.ourecosystem.com/interface/ In recent years there have been frequent temporary evacuations of nearby villagers due to threatening […]

Monitoreo de Bosques y Deforestacion en Yucatán

The “Monitoring of Forests and deforestation in Quintana Roo” application combines Earth observation data and other space related to forest resources and monitoring the change in the southeastern states of Mexico. The purpose of this application is to provide information about forest areas, the risks to forests and historical and current losses. An important part […]

Monitoreo de Bosques y Deforestaction en Tabasco

The “Monitoring of Forests and deforestation in Tabasco” application combines Earth observation data and other space related to forest resources and monitoring the change in the southeastern states of Mexico. The purpose of this application is to provide information about forest areas, the risks to forests and historical and current losses. An important part of […]

MBD Quintana Roo

The “Monitoring of Forests and deforestation in Quintana Roo” application combines Earth observation data and other space related to forest resources and monitoring the change in the southeastern states of Mexico. The purpose of this application is to provide information about forest areas, the risks to forests and historical and current losses. An important part […]

Produccion Agricola del Sureste

This application looks at agricultural production across Campeche, Yucatan, Quintana Roo, Tabasco and Chiapas in Southern Mexico. It includes data for maise, beans, sugar cane, plantains, mangos, oranges, coffee and henequen (agave). The application is managed by ECOSUR on the ECOSUR EO Lab. The EO Lab is a geospatial content sharing platform which enables businesses, […]

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