n this latest article, we share with you an analysis of the impact of Volcano-Induced-Tsunami in Indonesia which occurred on 22-December of this year. More than 400 people have already lost their lives in this tragedy.
The imagery used for this analysis has been gathered using our Satellite Imagery Service.
Aquaculture (cultivating freshwater & saltwater populations under controlled conditions) is intensively practised in the southern coast of South Korea. The majority of rectangular patches visible in the water are mainly of seaweeds.
Image was captured by the satellite on 4-Dec-2018. To get access to this and more satellite imagery check out our website or the android app. 🙂
The Orange river is quintessential for irrigation in South Africa. The above imagery was captured by the satellite on 4-Dec-2018. With Farmonaut you can access latest as well as historical satellite imagery to analyse and monitor the vegetation (NDVI & MNDVI) and water index (NDWI & MNDWI) of the land.
City Brasilia, adjacent to floresta Nacional de Brasilia (FLONA), Brazil. This place has faced massive deforestation in 2018 and the deforestation rate has hit a 10-year high. Deforestation is considered the second largest contributor to climate change, after fossil fuel use, accounting for about 10% of greenhouse gas emissions.
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