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UNEP Releases Atlas of Africa's Lakes That Relies Heavily on Landsat Imagery

UNEP Releases Atlas of Africa's Lakes That Relies Heavily on Landsat Imagery

UNEP Africa's Lakes cover imageThe United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) Global Resource Information Database (GRID), located in Sioux Falls, SD, has released an atlas showing landscape-scale environmental changes that have affected Africa’s lakes over the past 30 years. The atlas is titled: “Africa’s Lakes: Atlas of Our Changing Environment.” The imagery found in the atlas is predominately from the Landsat satellites.
A look at Lake Djoudj
Read the UNEP Press Release (external link)

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