Conflict, economic instability, and climate-related issues mean people around the globe are forced to leave their homes.

While temporary camps are established to accommodate these displaced populations, prolonged existence of these camps may have negative repercussions on the environment, including water quality, deforestation, and soil erosion, which can also worsen existing environmental problems.

ARICA project looks at the role of remote sensing, particularly high-resolution satellite imagery, combined with social research, to monitor these environmental changes.
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