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Ecosystem Vitality, Ecosystem
and Stakeholders ...
Freshwater Vitality, Ecosystem Services, Governance and Stakeholders ...
Accounting, Kherlen River Basin
H2020 Project funded
Training on Irrigation Project Planning & Design - for Iraqi Professionals (05-19 August 2021)
Start date: 9 July 2021
End date: 14 July 2021
Start: 4 March 2021 - WTD design, operation and maintenance
Resource management and regional policies; WEF Nexus assessments; Networking and mentoring
Ce cours vous présentera Google Earth Engine (GEE). Google Earth Engine est une plateforme basée s...
This course will introduce you to Google Earth Engine (GEE). Google Earth Engine is a cloud-based pl...
The course aims to explain the Water Accounting Plus (WA+) approach and teach participants how to us...
Dans ce cours d'introduction, vous apprendrez une compétence essentielle pour les chercheurs traita...
In this introductory course, you'll learn an essential skill for researchers dealing with (spatial) ...
ToT2 – FAO WaPOR for Water Productivity - Part 1
WaterPIP ToT1 – Spatial analysis for
agricultural applications using open source tools
Iraq OKP project - Training on Monitoring Water Productivity Using Remote Sensing for Efficient Wate...
Start: 02 March 2021 - Science Communication, Media, Water Diplomacy