Using cloud computing to analyse marine protected areas
GRID-Arendal is at the forefront of visual communication and continues to explore the use of innovative technologies to tell stories and highlight emerging environmental issues. A key part of this communication is the use of story maps, which provide interactive and easily digestible content on key environmental issues to a wide audience.
Delivery of lectures to Master student at University in Agder
This project is providing maps and data to support marine spatial planning in the Pacific
Develop and pilot tools and approaches for area based planning in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ).
This pilot project develops a shoreline map to define coastal areas with different likelihood of accumulating beach litter.
This Story Map describes the disaster risk profile of the Limpopo River Basin and is a synthesis of material drawn from the forthcoming...
In a recent study, a group of scientists mapped human dependence on coral reefs and future threats to them. The findings are worrying...
How do marine ecosystem services support the Sustainable Development Goals?
The first World Ocean Assessment (WOA) is a report on the state of the planet’s oceans. It is the product of the first cycle of the...
In recent years sargassum has increasingly been seen as a pest, washing up in vast quantities on beaches on both sides of the Atlantic.
What are seamounts? How are they mapped? How are they classified? How can we use these spatial data to protect marine environments?...
This Story Map explores the ecosystem services of the Cubango-Okavango River Basin and the threats they face. A combination of interactive..