Add geotagged photos to your map

Last update on May 8, 2014.

Add geotagged photos to your map

Adding geotagged photos to your map can be a powerful way to visualize the landscape that you are mapping, or even as a way to validate your mapping outputs. In the Landscapes Portal you can do this in three simple steps when creating a new map or when editing one of the existing maps on ...

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Want to know what we are up to?

Last update on April 2, 2014.

In the GeoScience Lab we are constantly pushing the envelope on what we do with models and maps. This presentation gives you an idea of what we are up to at the moment:


Mapping soil functional properties using multilevel models

Last update on March 13, 2014.

>*Tor-Gunnar Vågen (ICRAF), Leigh Winowiecki (CIAT), Lulseged T. Desta (CIAT) and Jerome E. Tondoh (CIAT)*

In this document we present examples of R functions and scripts that may be used to generate local maps of soil functional properties based on for example remote sensing data, climate surfaces and/or digital elevation models and their derivatives ...

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Landscapeportal Workshop @ ICRAF

Last update on March 12, 2014.

The GeoScience Lab has the pleasure of inviting you to a one day workshop on how to use the Landscapes Portal to share, download, visualize and analyse spatial data, scheduled for 12 March 2014 from 10:00am EAT time at the Lundgren Auditorium, World Agroforestry Centre. This is a follow up to the seminar done ...

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About the Landscape Portal

Last update on March 5, 2014.

Using GDAL on windows

Last update on Feb. 25, 2014.

Geospatial Data Abstraction Library (GDAL) is powerful library used by major GIS software from QGIS, ArcGIS, Udig even statistical software like R. It has a powerful set of command line tools and interface that can be accessed from variety of programming languages like C++, Java, Python, Perl, C# and Ruby.

When using GDAL on Linux ...

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The Western Ghats sentinel landscape

Last update on Feb. 25, 2014.

The Western Ghats sentinel landscape

**Forest and Agroforest Mosaics of the Western Ghats**

Agroforesty systems (coffee, tea, rubber, pepper, arecanut, cardamom) shape much of the landscape of the Western Ghats, India, and the mountain range has been identified as a biodiversity hotspot (Conservation International 2008; Myers et al. 2000). Before the development of large scale commercial cultivation under British colonial ...

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Land cover change in the Virunga landscape

Last update on Feb. 24, 2014.

The Virunga landscape has one of the greatest diversities of habitats globally within about 790 thousand hectares. Thousands of hippopotamuses and elephants live in the park's rivers and its mountains are a critical area for the survival of the mountain and lowland gorillas. However, these habitats have undergone dramatic changes in land cover and ...

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The ICRAF GeoPortal v3 - the Landscapes Portal

Last update on Jan. 28, 2014.

We are in the process of releasing v3 of our GeoPortal - the Landscapes Portal. The Landscapes Portal is being released under a new domain name: http://landscapeportal.org. Current users are being migrated to the new site and will be receiving emails where they are asked to verify their email addresses.

[a website](http://foo ...

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Maps of soil functional properties for Africa

Last update on March 19, 2014.

The Land Degradation Surveillance Framework (LDSF) was developed at the World Agroforestry Centre for landscape level assessments and studies of carbon dynamics, vegetation changes, soil functional properties and soil hydrological properties. The LDSF has been implemented in more than 20 countries in Africa to date, including the CIAT-led [Africa Soil Information Service (AfSIS)]("http://worldagroforestry ...

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