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Guardian: observing the Earth from space will help keep the planet healthy
Guardian: observing the Earth from space will help keep the planet healthy
<p>Scientists propose a new system that would use the view from space to monitor the Earth's ecology, reports <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2024/feb/22/taking-the-pulse-of-the-planet-how-monitoring-nature-from-space-could-keep-earth-healthy">The Guardian. </a></p> <p>The article notes that a new international scheme would help countries effectively monitor the health of the planet and ensure the safety of food, water and materials for billions of people.</p> <blockquote> <p>“The scheme will be available if every country on Earth combines satellite data and imagery with ground-based technologies such as camera traps, acoustic monitoring and DNA barcoding," says the article.</p> </blockquote> <p>As noted in the publication, the data about the health of the planet's seas, soils, forests and species are erroneous. According to scientists, there is not enough information about the Earth's biodiversity. To solve this problem, they propose to create a new system for monitoring the biosphere. It is known that it will be analogue to the way people monitor the weather, only regularly taking “the pulse of the planet”.</p> <p>Earlier it was reported that <a href="https://api-en.tavria.tv/news/scientists-have-discovered-the-third-type-of-magnetism/">scientists have discovered the third type of magnetism.</a></p>
<p>Scientists propose a new system that would use the view from space to monitor the Earth's ecology, reports <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2024/feb/22/taking-the-pulse-of-the-planet-how-monitoring-nature-from-space-could-keep-earth-healthy">The Guardian. </a></p> <p>The article notes that a new international scheme would help countries effectively monitor the health of the planet and ensure the safety of food, water and materials for billions of people.</p> <blockquote> <p>“The scheme will be available if every country on Earth combines satellite data and imagery with ground-based technologies such as camera traps, acoustic monitoring and DNA barcoding," says the article.</p> </blockquote> <p>As noted in the publication, the data about the health of the planet's seas, soils, forests and species are erroneous. According to scientists, there is not enough information about the Earth's biodiversity. To solve this problem, they propose to create a new system for monitoring the biosphere. It is known that it will be analogue to the way people monitor the weather, only regularly taking “the pulse of the planet”.</p> <p>Earlier it was reported that <a href="https://api-en.tavria.tv/news/scientists-have-discovered-the-third-type-of-magnetism/">scientists have discovered the third type of magnetism.</a></p>
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Guardian: observing the Earth from space will help keep the planet healthy

22.02.2024

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Scientists propose a new system that would use the view from space to monitor the Earth's ecology, reports The Guardian.

The article notes that a new international scheme would help countries effectively monitor the health of the planet and ensure the safety of food, water and materials for billions of people.

“The scheme will be available if every country on Earth combines satellite data and imagery with ground-based technologies such as camera traps, acoustic monitoring and DNA barcoding," says the article.

As noted in the publication, the data about the health of the planet's seas, soils, forests and species are erroneous. According to scientists, there is not enough information about the Earth's biodiversity. To solve this problem, they propose to create a new system for monitoring the biosphere. It is known that it will be analogue to the way people monitor the weather, only regularly taking “the pulse of the planet”.

Earlier it was reported that scientists have discovered the third type of magnetism.


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