Washington-Allen is a longtime Landsat data user working towards drylands restoration and sustainability solutions.
Wu wants anyone to be able to derive meaningful information from geospatial data like Landsat.
Goldberg will launch Cloud to Classroom, an innovative project that uses satellite imagery to help K-12 classrooms understand global environmental change through remote sensing.
Landsat-based urban extent and phenology indicators provide new information about urban environments.
IndigoAg is using HLS data to help fulfill its mission of making farms more profitable and sustainable.
Fires in forested watersheds that support drinking water supplies can introduce contaminants that overwhelm current treatment capabilities. Earth observation data are helping.
New Mexico is one of the most arid states in the US, and precise and accurate information on water use is of utmost importance.
Socio-economically vulnerable populations are at a higher risk of experiencing urban heat effects.
A group of researchers have used Landsat data to help solve a case of missing mangroves in Saudi Arabia’s Jubail Conservation.
For larger rivers, Landsat provides a rich dataset to define spatiotemporal patterns of channel shifting.
A new method to use the full Landsat archive to produce annual maps of irrigated area over the High Plains Aquifer in the central United States.
Scientists are now able to determine what penguins are eating from space.
Fires play an important role in regulating forest density, vegetation water use, and runoff.