Resources and Publications

Recent Publications

Author(s): P. Potapova, A. Tyukavinaa, S. Turubanova, Y. Talero, A. Hernandez-Serna, M.C. Hansen, D. Saah, K. Tenneson, A. Poortinga, A. Aekakkararungroj, F. Chishtied, P. Towashiraporn, B. Bhandarid, K.S. Aungd, Q.H. Nguyen
Spatially and temporally consistent vegetation structure time-series have great potential to improve the capacity for national land cover monitoring, to reduce latency and cost of international…
Author(s): Ate Poortinga, Quyen Nguyen, Karis Tenneson, Austin Troy, David Saah, Biplov Bhandari, Walter L. Ellenburg, Aekkapol Aekakkararungroj, Lan Ha, Hai Pham, Giang Nguyen, and Farrukh Chishtie
Land cover change and its impact on food security is a topic that has major implications for development in population-dense Southeast Asia. The main drivers of forest loss include the expansion of…
Author(s): David Saah, Gary Johnson, Billy Ashmall, Githika Tondapu, Karis Tenneson, Matt Patterson, Ate Poortinga, Kel Markert, Nguyen Hanh Quyen, Khun San Aung, Lena Schlichting, Mir Matin, Kabir Uddin, Raja Ram Aryal, John Dilger, Water Lee, Ellenburg et al.
Land cover monitoring efforts are important for resource planning and ecosystem services in many countries. Collect Earth Online (CEO) is a new, free open source and user-friendly software tool for…
Author(s): David Saah, Karis Tenneson, Ate Poortinga, Quyen Nguyen, Farrukh Chishtie, Khun San Aung, Kel N. Markert, Nicholas Clinton, Eric R. Anderson, Peter Cutter, Joshua Goldstein, Ian W. Housman, Biplov Bhandari et al.
Land cover maps play an integral role in environment management. However, countries and institutes encounter many challenges with producing timely, efficient, and temporarily harmonized updates to…
Author(s): David Saah, Karis Tenneson, Mir Matin, Kabir Uddin, Peter Cutter, Ate Poortinga, Quyen H. Nguyen, Matthew Patterson, Gary Johnson, Kel Markert, Africa Flores, Eric Anderson, Amanda Weigel, Walter L. Ellenberg, Radhika Bhargava et al.
Land cover maps are a critical component to make informed policy, development, planning, and resource management decisions. However, technical, capacity, and institutional challenges inhibit the…
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In Myanmar, changes in river morphology including floods, erosion, and landslides are affecting ecosystem habitats and the lives and livelihoods of communities living along rivers. SERVIR-Mekong is…
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This infographic explains the application of the Gender Equality Monitoring (GEM) platform which has been developed to offer officially published data and periodically updated sex disaggregated data…
Author(s): Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern, and Mekong Region Land Governance, with Bern Open Publishing
The Mekong region is in the midst of profound social and environmental change. Despite urbanization, the region remains predominantly rural with more than 60 percent of its population living in rural…