Development of Ecosystem Accounts using ARIES for SEEA: Training for Country Practitioners
Country practitioners from Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda, South Africa and Uganda took part in this workshopwith
The ARIES for SEEA Explorer, an application developed by researchers at the Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3) in Spain, can generate ecosystem accounts for any user-specified terrestrial area in the world (such as a country, administrative region, watershed, etc.), by using freely available global remote-sensing derived data and models, that can be further improved by using national data sources and models.
ARIES for SEEA is part of the interoperability strategy that presents a concrete path toward data and model interoperability (able to work together with a minimal effort) to support the compilation of the SEEA ecosystem accounts.
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SEEA EA e-learning resources:
Free e-learning course on SEEA Ecosystem Accounting can be found here