A User-Driven Approach to Determining Critical Earth Observation Priorities for Societal Benefit

@article{Zell2012AUA,
  title={A User-Driven Approach to Determining Critical Earth Observation Priorities for Societal Benefit},
  author={Erica Zell and A. K. Huff and Alan Carpenter and L. A. Friedl},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing},
  year={2012},
  volume={5},
  pages={1594-1602}
}
In order to help data providers make informed decisions regarding the availability and accessibility of Earth observations for societal benefit, a cross-sectoral meta-analysis of observation priorities was conducted from the perspective of users. The analysis was organized around the Group on Earth Observations' (GEOs) societal benefit areas (SBAs): Agriculture, Biodiversity, Climate, Disasters, Ecosystems, Energy, Health, Water, and Weather. Users' needs for Earth observations were prioritized… CONTINUE READING
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