SERVIR Applied Sciences Team (AST) Provides Training on Satellite Observations and tools for Landslide Monitoring and Forecasting

Nishan Kumar Biswas, Thomas Stanley, and Robert Alexander Emberson provided a virtual training March 8-11, as part of AST Principal Investigator Dalia Kirschbaum’s project: ‘A landslide hazard and risk assessment system for SERVIR-Mekong’. The training was coordinated by the Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC)/SERVIR Mekong and had 25 participants from the Royal Thai Government’s Department of Mineral Resources (DMR). The training provided information on Google Earth Engine (GEE), including precipitation and exposure data in GEE, and also familiarized the DMR participants with integrating their landslide susceptibility map into the Landslide Hazard Assessment for Situation Awareness (LHASA) system developed by Kirschbaum’s team.

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