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  • Valentina Delconte
  • Posted by Valentina Delconte
April 4, 2022

Read about the selection process to work at OpenGeoHub

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
December 22, 2021

OpenGeoHub together with partners Woodwell Climate Research and University of Florida, has released on the World Soil Day 5th of December 2021 the first ...

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
November 20, 2020

OpenGeoHub, in partnership with the Woodwell Climate Research Center and the University of Florida, will launch a new project aimed at helping soil scientists use soil spectroscopy...

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
November 19, 2020

Importance of iSDAsoil More than 475 million out of 570 million farms in the world are smaller than 2 hectares. A substantial amount of them...

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
August 18, 2020

Background Purpose of the OpenGeoHub Spatial Prediction Competition Game (the OpenGeoHub hackaton; former GEOSTAT hackatons) is to provide an opportunity to students to use all obtained...

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
August 4, 2020

At OpenGeoHub and EnvirometriX, we recognize that machine learning, combined with AI, is a game-changer for both science and business. It’s having a major...

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
August 3, 2020

Call for manuscripts Technological and Methodological Advances in Measuring, Mapping and Monitoring Soil Carbon and Nutrients in Space and Spacetime Special issue Nutrient Cycling in...

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
August 3, 2020

OpenGeoHub is proud to be part of the international consortium on the H2020 project MOnitoring Outbreak events for Disease surveillance in a data science context....

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
April 1, 2020

OpenGeoHub has started in 2019 an Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) co-funded project called “Geo-harmonizer: EU-wide automated mapping system for harmonization of Open Data based...

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
May 29, 2019

Making an OpenStreetMap-type data portal for land-related environmental data The OpenGeoHub Foundation is pleased to announce the first release of LandGIS, a new webmapping system...

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
April 23, 2019

Access video recordings 2018 At every or at least every second Summer School, we aim at video recording majority of lectures and releasing those using...

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
February 25, 2019

Predictive Soil Mapping (PSM) is based on applying statistical and/or machine learning techniques to fit models for the purpose of producing spatial and/or spatiotemporal...

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
January 13, 2019

Prof Edzer Pebesma (University of Münster, Institute for geoinformatics, Germany) and prof Roger Bivand (NHH, Bergen, Norway), main authors of the Springer R series bestlessing book on Applied...

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
August 28, 2018

One of the key missions of the OpenGeoHub is to promote creation and use of Open Data. But what is exactly “Open Data” and...

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
August 28, 2018

I came to know Roger around the year 2000, through emails he posted to ai-geostats, an email list started by Gregoire Dubois from JRC,...

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  • Tom Hengl
  • Posted by Tom Hengl
August 13, 2018

Geocomputation with R, a forthcoming book with CRC Press (authored by Robin Lovelace, Jakub Nowosad, Jannes Muenchow) will be officially launched during the GEOSTAT...

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