$6M for Earth Observation Applications
The Canadian Space Agency's Earth Observation Applications Development Program awarded several contracts to companies across Canada. The main goal of the program is to promote the development of innovative applications that will maximize the utilization of Earth observation (EO) satellite data generated by CSA supported missions.
Request for Proposals: Applications and Utilization of RADARSAT-2 Data
Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) plans to award several contracts through the Canadian Space Agency's Earth Observation Applications Development Program (EOADP) to develop advanced methods, systems, products and/or services, to maximize the utilization of the RADARSAT-2 data allocation within Government of Canada user organizations.
Canadian Arctic: RADARSAT-2 Glacier Monitoring in Support of Climate Change Impact Assessment and Water Resources Management
Ice caps and glaciers occupy ~ 150,000 km2 of the Canadian Arctic Islands which, collectively represents the largest area of land ice outside of the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets.
DELTA Projects Results Presented at PECORA 17 Symposium
The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) in collaboration with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) launched in August 2006 an announcement of opportunity entitled Innovative Research And Development Into The Application Of Radarsat-1 Interferometric Data For Subsidence Mapping In New Orleans; referred as the DELTA project.
Earth Observation and Community-based Mapping to Support Biodiversity Conservation in the Green Corridor, Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam
The Earth Observation Support for Traditional Ecological Mapping and Biodiversity Conservation in Viet Nam (EO-STEM) Project was developed to provide technical support to the WWF Greater Mekong Programme and the Government of Viet Nam through the Green Corridor Project (GCP).