Landsat’s Critical Role in Managing Ecosystems and Biodiversity
Ecosystem and Biodiversity Specifics
Using decades of Landsat satellite imagery, scientists at Geoscience Australia have mapped annual shoreline locations for the entirety of Australia going back more than thirty years.
Fine-tuning remote sensing to protect forests from the spread of dangerous critters.
The recent increase of Sphagnum mosses over portions of the northern peatlands known as wet aapa mires can be detected from Landsat satellite data.
Field work conducted in northern Alaska is being used in concert with the Landsat satellite data record in an effort to better understand the impacts of climate change on the Arctic.
Remote sensing measurements using Landsat can help assess the effectiveness of various restoration interventions.
A new analysis of protected forests worldwide finds that protected forests are unlikely to be cut down when they are surrounded by intact forests.