High-tech eyes on the forest seek to help curb climate change

  BOGOR, Indonesia—Remote sensing. Unmanned aerial vehicles. Spectrometry readers. When teamed with traditional forestry techniques, these high-tech approaches may revolutionize the way we monitor forests, experts believe. With the effects of climate change becoming ever clearer, advances in forest monitoring are vital. “The IPCC has established beyond reasonable doubt that climate change is happening and... Read more

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