Today is World Ocean Day. A day when we are encouraged to think more deeply about our seas, oceans and the creatures and habitats that reside under the waves. Really, a single day isn’t nearly enough; we should be thinking about our impact on our oceans a lot more than that.

Luckily, there are teams of dedicated scientists doing just that. At Sparkgeo we have been lucky enough to work with one such team. Today, the Wildlife Conservation Society in collaboration with the World Wildlife Foundation launched MERMAID, a Marine Ecological Research Management AID. Together we have built a platform to support the capture of marine data in remote maritime environments.

 

 
We’ve been lucky enough to work with the amazing WCS team for the last four years on a variety of impactful environmental projects.
 
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Projects • Jesse Mauch

Asset Data – A Case For Geospatial

Whether its reporting environmental impact, supply chain reporting, etc., properly analyzing physical assets is difficult. Geospatial technology is necessary for accurate asset data.

Projects • Gordon Logie

Wildfires and Flood Damage

A data-backed research project examining linkages between the wildfires and subsequent flood damages that occurred in BC, 2021.

Projects • Will Cadell

Supply Chain Disruption and Geography

Geospatial Trend Report March 2022 – Will discusses recent supply chain disruptions and how geospatial plays a role in increasing the reliability of our global supply chain infrastructure.

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