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RECENT PRESS RELEASES:

 

22 December 2011: Nattelys Danmark - Det mørke Jylland

 

11 May 2011: The afro-montane forest of Southern Sudan is disappearing at alarming rates

 

5 juni 2010: PRINS Engineering dokumentere olie eftersøgning i det Nordlige Darfur

 

5 marts 2010: Kortlægning af gammel skov i Danmark

 

9 oktober 2009: Kyoto rapportering - Nye tal for Danmarks skov areal 1990 - 2005

 

 

 

PRESS AND MEDIA RESPOND:

 

DR1 and DR2 (Danish Natiaonal TV, 8 June 2010). - Prime time 18:30 and 17:00 interview on satellite analysis revealing mass movement of people in oil concession 5a - Southern Sudan. 

 

Ingenøren (09-mar-2010): Danmarks gamle skove skal kortlægges fra rummet

 

TV2 – Øst Jylland (06-jan-2010): Danmarks Største Skov tredobblet: http://www.tv2oj.dk/vis_nyhed.asp?AjrDcmntId=27838

 

Nature (2008):  

Satellite can spot razed villages in Darfur Published online 11 March 2008 | Nature | doi:10.1038/news.2008.663. http://www.nature.com/news/2008/080311/full/news.2008.663.html  

 

Ingenøren (2008):

Dansk fotoanalyse afslører afbrændte landsbyer http://ing.dk/artikel/86382 

 

TV DR2 (Danish Broardcasting 2008):  Deadline 17 and Science program (Viden om). Both on the developed method to trace burnt villages in Darfur 22/4-2008. http://www.dr.dk/DR2/VidenOm/Programmer/Viden+Om+med+Ann+Marker/Programmerne/2008/0410151226.htm

Politiken 2004 (Danish main newspaper) Satellites are becoming a useful tool to trace disarters:  http://politiken.dk/udland/ECE89610/satellitfotos-bliver-nyttigt-vaaben-mod-katastrofer/

 

 

WEB COMMENTS:

 

Satellite can spot razed villages in Darfur; Free imaging data could rapidly pinpoint some human-rights violations. March 12, 2008 at 10:40 am | In Remote Sensing Law Current Events | by Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz

 

Humanitarian info: on the fantastic work of Erik Prins for Amnesty International on monitoring burnt villages using remote sensing. Amnesty used his research as part of their campaigning back in 2004-5, but Erik has just published an article, Use of low cost Landsat ETM+ to spot burnt villages in Darfur, Sudan, in the International Journal of Remote Sensing. The research is right on the mark,  http://www.humanitarian.info/category/sudan

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