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Satellites help us to protect the forest and the biodiversity - Ryan Lynch


Season 1, episode 2
6 min / Published

Over the past fifty years, Ecuador has lost about 98% of its coastal rainforest and what remains is incredibly fragmented. we use satellite imagery to determine remaining forest fragments and find ways to connect those isolated patches of forest so that the animals can move across the landscape and have a larger area to live.

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Space solutions for a sustainable world
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Space solutions for a sustainable world
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