Manual of 

Digital Earth

In 1998 when Mr. Al Gore famously put forwards the concept of a digital Earth. The publication by the International Society for Digital Earth: Manual of Digital Earth is an 800 page document addressing questions and case studies for a digital Earth.


Our data supplied for the City of Greater Bendigo's: Greening Greater Bendigo report was referenced as an example of utilising Big Nature Data for policy decisions. This example shows the power of time series analysis for understanding our environment frequently through digital means.

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We recognise the traditional owners of the land where we work, their elders past and present and their relationship with the landscape.

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We recognise the Earth’s right to exist in its integrity, with all planetary boundaries intact and healthy so that all life on Earth can be sustained.

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