Remap is an online mapping platform for people with little technical background in remote sensing. We developed remap to enable you to quickly map and report the status of ecosystems, contributing to a global effort to assess all ecosystems on Earth under the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems.

Remap uses the power of the Google Earth Engine, allowing you to directly access vast satellite data archives and state-of-the-art remote sensing methods. Remap handles the technical details of remote sensing so that you can focus on training, classifying and improving your maps.

Remap was developed through a collaboration between the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems global team and the UNSW Centre of Ecosystem Science. Our team includes ecosystem scientists with extensive research experience in large-area remote sensing, ecosystem dynamics monitoring and biodiversity risk assessment.

See the Tutorials page for PDF tutorials, video tutorials, sample datasets and the remap user guide. Read our published paper that describes remap in detail for more information.

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