Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights

Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights

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  • At the request of Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), the Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights Project of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) undertook an assessment of high-resolution satellite imagery to examine medical facilities in several cities across Syria:...
  • Executive Summary At the request of Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), the Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights Project of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) undertook an assessment of high-resolution satellite imagery to examine medical facilities in several cities...
  • On 5 February 2014, only Ka-27 antisubmarine helicopters and one Mi-8/14 were present on the apron at Russia's Kacha airbase. By 10 March (shown here) numerous additional helicopters, including ground-attack Mi-24s (red arrows) were visible. ( Enlarged ) | Image © 2014, Digital Globe, NextView...
  • A new report by the AAAS Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights Project analyzes environmental change in Bahrain over the last 40 years. | AAAS/Carla Schaffer Satellite images since 1987 show substantial environmental change on the island nation of Bahrain, including shifting vegetation patterns...
  • Large-scale land cover and land use change is apparent between 1973-2013. Images NASA | Analysis AAAS I. Introduction At the request of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR), the Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights Project of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)...
  • Large-scale land cover and land use change is apparent between 1973-2013. Images NASA | Analysis AAAS At the request of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR), the Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights Project of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) used a time...
  • The dimensions, superstructure and color scheme of the tug (right) which controls access to Sevastopol Bay are very similar to Russia’s Okhtenskiy class of seagoing tugs, such as MB-173 (inset). Coordinates: 44.62N, 33.51E. Inset photo by A. Brichevsky, Black Sea Fleet Information Resource...