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Curating a COALA data centre in earth observation.

  • Universität für Bodenkultur Wien
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The curation of a COALA data centre is essential as access to information in real-time (or as close to as possible) is very high on the wish list of farmers and agricultural practitioners. Agriculturalists are looking for more efficient and effective ways to manage nutrients and water in their paddocks. In the first year of the…

The COALA Project: Who, What, Where and Why

  • UNSW
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The COALA project is developing Copernicus-based services for… supporting more sustainable use of water and nutrients in the advanced agricultural systems of Australia. sharing knowledge and expertise in the field of EO-based applications for agriculture with Australian institutions It will be a facilitator of new business experience between Europe and Australia The COALA project will…

crop height leaf area maize crops COALA

COALA Airborne Campaigns over Farmlands in Victoria

  • University of Melbourne
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COALA airborne campaigns act in developing agricultural decision support for Australian farmers COALA offers a range of information to support irrigation and fertilisation management decisions using Sentinel-2 satellite data. Australian farmers’ input costs include a significant amount of water and fertilisers. Their optimal use has critical implications to various ecosystems that are sensitively influenced by…

Murray Darling Basin

Australia’s Food Bowl – The Murray-Darling Basin

  • UNSW
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The Murray-Darling Basin (MBD) is a river system that covers 14% of the land in Australia. 70% of Australia’s agricultural water use comes from the MDB and it provides one third of Australia’s food supply. Which is how the basin earned its nickname Australia’s Food Bowl. The MDB extends across four states and one territory,…

Educational Resources

  • UNSW
  • Tutorial Students
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COALA is currently working with educational providers such as the NSW Department of Education to develop educational resources about agriculture, remote sensing and earth observation. We will update this page regularly as more resources are developed.

farmer compliance map COALA project water managers

Water managers sharing experience is key to success.

  • ANBI Campania
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Role of ANBI Campania and its contribution to the COALA project, and the need for experienced water managers ANBI Campania (Italy) is one of the two European Water User Association partners in the COALA Project. ANBI transfers its experience as a European final user of satellite-based decision support systems.  This blog collects the thoughts of…

API example 3

  • Luca De Cristofano
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Testo

API example

  • Luca De Cristofano
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Testo

API example 2

  • Luca De Cristofano
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Testo

Getting started with Map Time Explorer (MTE)

  • Carlo De Michele
  • Tutorial Students, Uncategorized
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Map Time Explorer is a Web tool, which has been developed to visualize and to analyze geographical datasets towards time and space. It is a Web-GIS platform that can be easily used by anyone, since it provides functions and characteristics that are typical of the most used GIS. In this way, it results in a…