CNN Newsroom with Michael Holmes - Professor Jamon Van Den Hoek joins CNN's Michael Holmes to discuss Israel's siege on Gaza and the data he's collected through satellite imagery on damage to the area.mp4

CNN Newsroom with Michael Holmes

Jamon Van Den Hoek

Jamon Van Den Hoek on CBC Radio's 'Day 6'.mp3




Part 1: Monitoring Urban Damage with Multi-Sensor Satellite Imagery

Corey Scher & Jamon Van Den Hoek

 June 14, 2022

Part 2: Mapping Refugee Settlement Growth and Population Change

Hannah Friedrich & Jamon Van Den Hoek

June 16, 2022

Part 3: Detecting Agricultural and Vegetation Changes In and Surrounding Refugee Settlements

Hannah Friedrich & Jamon Van Den Hoek

June 21, 2022

Part 4: Assessing Climate Hazards at Refugee Camps

Michael Owen, Andrew Kruczkiewicz & Jamon Van Den Hoek

June 23, 2022

Looking through the keyhole: A critical view on (remote) environmental monitoring in environmental peacebuilding

What Research and Experience Tells Us about Environmental Peacebuilding Monitoring and Evaluation panel at the Second International Conference on Environmental Peacebuilding

Organized by the Environmental Peacebuilding Association (February 2022)

Satellite Remote Sensing over the Arc of Refugee Displacement

Impacts of Regional Conflicts on Land-Cover and Land-Use Change Webinar Series

Organized by the NASA Land-Cover and Land-Use Change (LCLUC) Program (January 2022)



Expanding the Humanitarian Horizon: On the Application Readiness of Geospatial Data for Systematic, Anticipatory Analysis of Climate Change Impacts in the World’s Refugee Camps

Humanitarian Response and Disaster Risk Management in the Age of Climate Change: The Need for Georeferenced Population and Infrastructure Data

2021 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (December 2021)

Mapping the Missing Millions

Accelerating the Analysis of Geographic Change - Analyzing Human Displacement and Movement due to Disruption and Shocks

Organized by the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Mapping Sciences Committee and the Geographical Sciences Committee (December 2021)

Mapping the Missing Millions: A Critical Assessment of Geospatial Data, Environmental Conditions and Climate Change at the World's Refugee Camps

Climate Change, Displacement, and Resettlement: Research and Policy Agendas Post-COP 26

Organized by Geography & Environmental Science, School of Social Sciences, University of Dundee, Scotland, and co-organized with the Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway, and the Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies (December 2021)

Charting Justice for Refugee Relocation Under Extreme Climate Change

At What Point Managed Retreat? Resilience, Relocation, and Climate Justice

Columbia University (June 2021)

Refugee and Internally Displaced Populations, Environmental Impacts, and Climate Risks

Organized with Population and Environment Research Network (PERN) (May 10-19, 2021)

Climate Relocation for Refugee Camps: A Social Justice Framing to Guide the Relocation of Refugees in a Warming World

Union of Concerned Scientists (March 2021)

Tracing the Limits of Satellite Remote Sensing with help from Google Earth Engine

Earth Engine for Education Speaker Series #2 (February 2021)


Advancing Urban Conflict Damage Monitoring with Google Earth Engine Time Series Analysis

Google Earth Engine, App Edition

"How to do Map Stuff" Live Community Sharing Event

Studying displacement with satellite remote sensing

Conversation between Jamon Van Den Hoek and Jonathan Garcia (Oregon State Univ.)


Refugee and IDP settlement mapping with HOT data and time series analysis

2019 HOT Summit

Heidelberg, Germany

Development after Displacement: Using OSM data to measure SDG indicators at informal settlements

2019 State of the Map Conference

Heidelberg, Germany


A Primer on Conflict Theory and Data

World Food Programme Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping Unit

Rome, Italy


Assessing enviro-climatic marginality at 922 refugee camps using Earth Engine

Google Earth Engine User Summit

Google Campus

Targeted Killing and the Tyranny of Scale

Harvard Center for Geographic Analysis

Harvard University

By Any Lens Necessary: A Satellite Image Account of Conflict

Sonic Acts Festival; Amsterdam, Netherlands


Mapping tank paths with satellite imagery in Gaza