Project update | 04 May 2022
BiCOME participants to present at Living Planet Symposium
There will be a significant presence from the BiCOME team at the ESA Living Planet Symposium which takes place between the 23rd to 27th May. The symposium is an important event in the field of Earth Observation, attracting thousands of scientists and data users. This year the conference will be held in-person at the World Conference Center in Bonn Germany.
There will be three presentations from contibutors to the BiCOME project during the 'A2.01 Biodiversity - part 3' session which takes place on Tuesday 24th May from 8.30am in the 'Bonn' room.
The presentation abstracts and full schedule for the Biodiversity session can be viewed on the Living Planet Symposium website.
BiCOME participant presentations:
Earth Observation for coastal biodiversity: analyzing four decades of coupled dynamics between intertidal seagrass and migratory geese in a wintering site of the Atlantic flyway
Presentation by Laura Zoffoli, CNR - Institute of Marine Science, Italy
Assessment of a contemporary Earth System Science approach and Essential Biodiversity Variables for subtidal seagrasses in Mozambique
Presentation by Avi Putril Pertiwi, German Aerospace Center, Germany
Biodiversity from remote sensing of coastal areas for science and societal applications: user requirements synthesis and preliminary results
Presentation by Dr Stefanie Broszeit, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK