Landsat Science Archive
You can think of the Charter as a one-stop-shop for impact maps—an essential resource, since in many cases satellite data are the only practical method to assess current ground conditions after a disaster.
Google Earth’s Timelapse gets an update.
Scientists are providing a near-real-time view of every large glacier and ice sheet on Earth with Landsat 8.
Using Landsat 8 to map the colored dissolved organic matter of inland tropical waters.
Using Landsat 8 to create three-dimensional maps of volcanic ash plumes.
The hardwood swamp along the Apalachicola River is slowly replaced by bottomland hardwood forest.
What edge effect means for U.S. southeastern forests.
Using Landsat to map croplands over the U.S. High Plains Aquifer.
Understanding the relationship between land use and river flows in the Yarmouk basin.
An approach for evaluating brush management conservation.
The avalanching dynamics of meandering rivers.
A new a tool to help with annual forest mapping.
On creating a high-quality map of urban areas in India.
The water year 2015 peak snowpack was found to be the lowest over the 65-year reconstruction of peak annual snow water equivalent.
Using Landsat time-series analysis to map glaciers.
A near real-time water resources tracking and decision-support system for the Central Valley of California.
How much has surface water extent varied in space and time through the past 17 years?
How seasonal flooding impacts riparian vegetation in Australia’s Murray Darling Basin.
Looking at the causes of carbon loss in Pacific Northwest forests.
A Landsat-based continuous mapping method to enable better forest management.
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