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Tom Hengl
Posted by Tom Hengl
December 22, 2021

Open Soil Spectral Library first release

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
December 6, 2021

Input dataset for gap filling and land-cover mapping using eumap Library - 2000 to 2020

Benchmark dataset containing slope, elevation, Landsat temporal composites and night light raster layers, and the training samples (LUCAS and CORINE samples compilation) to map...

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Tom Hengl
Posted by Tom Hengl
December 6, 2021

European Digital Terrain Models (EU DTM)

Digital Terrain Model for Continental Europe based on the three publicly available Digital Surface Models and predicted using an Ensemble Machine Learning (EML).

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Tom Hengl
Posted by Tom Hengl
December 2, 2021

Global Vegetation Trends (NDVI)

DOI Authors License I’m subtitle Publication date September 28, 2020 Go to Dataset the Global Vegetation Trends product generated by OpenGeoHub, which consists in...

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Tom Hengl
Posted by Tom Hengl
November 5, 2021

Internship in communication and media

About the job OpenGeoHub Foundation is looking for a new Communications and Media intern to join our team in Wageningen (Netherlands). Want to help...

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Tom Hengl
Posted by Tom Hengl
September 18, 2021

Visualization of spatial and spatiotemporal data

To be able to use spatial data and make decisions based on it, we need to be able to visualize it (statically, interactively, through...

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Tom Hengl
Posted by Tom Hengl
September 17, 2021

Connecting R and GIS

R has increasing functionality for analyzing spatial data, but so has GRASS GIS, QGIS and/or SAGA GIS. This course explains how to use GIS...

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Tom Hengl
Posted by Tom Hengl
August 19, 2021

OGH Summer School 2021

The 2021 event took place from 1st to 3rd of September virtually, with all training sessions being broadcasted live on Zoom, giving everyone the...

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Tom Hengl
Posted by Tom Hengl
November 20, 2020

Soil Spectroscopy for Global Good project launch

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

iSDAsoil: Open access soil property and nutrient maps for Africa at 30-m resolution

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

Spatial Prediction Competition Game

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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