New Nottingham Space projects to boost global sustainable development

Dr Betsabe de la Barreda-Bautista and Professor Giles Foody, of the University’s School of Geography, will lead the second project - SAtellite SArgassum Monitoring System (SASAMS) - to develop
a real-time monitoring service for Mexico’s Caribbean Coast, which has been seriously impacted by sargassum (brown macroalgae, more widely known as Mexico’s rotting seaweed), causing large-scale economic, environmental and ecological problems. 

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