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.
California's blue oak woodlands have decreased by more than 1,200 square kilometers.
Landsat data stretching back 40 years show that vegetation loss is most stark in desert ecosystems already on edge of habitability.
More than two decades worth of Landsat satellite imagery was used to quantify how beetle outbreaks have impacted high-elevations forests in Colorado, southern Wyoming, and northern New Mexico.
The Liberian government, with the help of NASA and Conservation International, is using Landsat and GEDI data to estimate the country's natural capital.
Most of Northern California’s kelp forest ecosystem is gone, replaced by widespread ‘urchin barrens’ that may persist long into the future, according to a new study.
Vegetation cover along the Kuiseb River in the Namib Desert has increased over the last 35 years, Landsat has helped show.
Using Landsat to keep an eye on the trees offers an effective way to monitor groundwater along river corridors in the Southwest.
Landsat imagery together with the processing power of Google Earth Engine were used to model the best habitat for rails along the Lower Colorado. Landsat is a joint mission of NASA and the USGS.