Usando de datos espaciales para la diversidad biológica

In this micro-course, you will learn about the value of remote sensing for monitoring biodiversity and ecosystem conservation, and will gain an introduction to freely available spatial data analysis tools to increase national use of maps that can guide decision-making in biodiversity conservation.
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Thankful to Learning for nature for this type of course, which helps us in the application of new tools for the application of policies for the care of our planet. Thank´s

Thank you very much for developing this kind of courses which are very useful for students and proessionals

We’re thrilled to hear that you’ve found the course useful, Jennifer. Thank you for your feedback!

Hello

I´ve completed the course “using Spatial Data for Biodiversity” but the certificate has not shown , what could I do?

I am looking forward to your response

Julie Kapuvari

Hello Gustavo,
If you have completed all the course requirements, you should see 4 green checkmarks, one next to each activity of the course. Then, you should also see a large blue button “DOWNLOAD YOUR CERTIFICATE” above the activity list. Please let me know if this works for you!

Dear Sir

i have completed all the task for course “Using Spatial Data for Biodiversity but my certificate not shown.

Kindly update the status

Regards
raad kurdi

Julie Kapuvari

Congratulations on completing the course, Raad! Please check back here in 2 days and you will be able to download your certificate.

Kailash Chandra

Dear Sir

i have completed all the task for course “Using Spatial Data for Biodiversity but my certificate not shown.

Kindly update the status

Regards

Kailash

Julie Kapuvari

Hi Kailash,
Congratulations on completing the course! Please check back here in 2 days and you will be able to download your certificate with the blue download button.

JONAS

Interesting course

Lea Phillips

Enjoying this lesson! Thank you 🙂