What is and What is not the Digital Earth
- GeologyProceedings of the 30th International Conference on Computer Graphics and Machine Vision (GraphiCon 2020). Part 2
A methodology for the definition of the Digital Earth, based on the classification of the diversity of existing geospatial approaches and the identification of key factors that provide its unique functionality, is proposed and discussed.
Big Earth Data science: an information framework for a sustainable planet
- Environmental ScienceInt. J. Digit. Earth
The universe of discourse characterizing a new engineering discipline, Big Earth Data science, is introduced, its foundational paradigms and methodologies, and a possible technological framework to be implemented by applying an ecosystem approach are introduced.
Visualizing Global Socio-Technogenic Human Transformation: Digital Challenges of Living Earth
- ArtProceedings of the 30th International Conference on Computer Graphics and Machine Vision (GraphiCon 2020). Part 2
In the XXI century, the world of man and nature develops mainly in socio-technogenic living conditions. Global technospherization of the planet Earth is the most important cause of continuous…
HESS Opinions: Participatory Digital Earth Twin Hydrology systems (DARTHs) for everyone: a blueprint for hydrologists
- Computer Science
This opinion contribution tries to accept the challenge of adopting models as commodities but wants to show that this acceptance comes with some consequences as to how models must be structured, and argues that DARTHs must promote a new participatory way of doing hydrological science.
A Review of the Research on Discrete Global Grid Systems in Digital Earth
- Computer Science2022 IEEE 10th Joint International Information Technology and Artificial Intelligence Conference (ITAIC)
The core features of the OGC D GGS abstract specification are summarized and several classical implementations of those standard DGGSs are introduced and the future opportunities and challenges of DGGs are proposed and discussed.
A new generation of sensors and monitoring tools to support climate-smart forestry practices
- Environmental ScienceCanadian Journal of Forest Research
Climate-smart forestry (CSF) is an emerging branch of sustainable adaptive forest management aimed at enhancing the potential of forests to adapt to and mitigate climate change. It relies on much…
An International Collaboration towards Transformed Engineering Practice in Digital Earth
- EducationIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Building on an appreciation of the ‘Time Lag Dilemma’ (previously published by the first author) and drawing on lived experiences (2017-18), the authors briefly describe the course and its assessment…
Modern Systems for Processing and Analyzing GEO-data Based on OLAP Technology
- Computer ScienceCMIS
The currently popular approach to processing satellite images based on OLAP and Data Cube technology is described and the existing approaches from major market players such as Google Earth engine and Copernicus DIAS are compared with the alternative to develop and host an own service based on the Open Data Cube.
Digital Earth: from ideas to recreating a virtual replica of the planet
The article considers the conceptual foundations of the Digital Earth in the context of the socio-technogenic development of the world, the transfer of various social and natural processes to the…
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Digital Earth in support of global change research
- Environmental Science, GeographyInt. J. Digit. Earth
A five-step approach to the development of Digital Earth technologies is described and the research results of Global Change studies carried out in China are presented, based on a classification of global change regions.
Sustainable development and geospatial information: a strategic framework for integrating a global policy agenda into national geospatial capabilities
- EconomicsGeo spatial Inf. Sci.
A new strategic framework for linking a global policy to national geospatial capabilities is introduced and discussed, specifically in contributing their data resources toward measuring and monitoring the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, and their 169 associated targets, through the global indicator framework that anchors the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Extracting the intertidal extent and topography of the Australian coastline from a 28 year time series of Landsat observations
- Environmental Science