What the documentation of 1.8 billion trees in West Africa means for climate change adaptation

The NASA, the University of Copenhagen’s Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, and other partners carried out a ground-breaking study. Their analysis, described as a proof-of-concept by Compton Tucker, senior biospheric scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Center, found trees in increasing numbers in dryland and desert regions – areas, previously representing white spots on maps. The study shows that AI advanced to collect data at higher spatial resolutions and this technology can be applied worldwide.

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