Study of two metro areas finds where parks, trees and other green spaces are located.
Landsat-based urban extent and phenology indicators provide new information about urban environments.
Socio-economically vulnerable populations are at a higher risk of experiencing urban heat effects.
A new investigative report published by NPR has found that it's hotter in cities' low income areas.
Two new Landsat-based data products and a mapping tool provide data on man-made impervious surfaces and urban extents throughout the world.
New insights on how vegetation phenology in urban and surrounding areas respond to urbanization.
On creating a high-quality map of urban areas in India.
How the urban heat island of Boston affects the growing season of vegetation in and around the city.
We know very little about cities worldwide. In many instances we have little idea about the use and morphology of cities.
In a recent Eos Project Update, a group of researchers from Italy and NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab shared the results of their large Po Plain Experiment (POPLEX).