Dec 10, 2017 • At the 2017 AGU Fall Meeting, over 400 presentations will feature research conducted with the aid of Landsat data. The gamut of focus areas where you can find Landsat-related papers and posters attests to the wide scope and interdisciplinary nature of Landsat data—from cryosphere to biogeoscience to hydrology to global environmental change to natural hazards to informatics.

This year we had the opportunity to speak with a number of scientists, researchers, and students using Landsat in their studies, the resulting Q&A’s will be posted here throughout the week.

A number of scientists will also be sharing their research on the NASA Hyperwall located in the NASA Booth in the exhibitor’s hall (#1645). For details on these presentations, download the NASA Booth Schedule of Events PDF.

Traveling Back in Time to Follow Glacier Trends with IceTrendr
Fox glacier Taking Inventory of New Zealand’s Glaciers
clearcut mangrove in Tanzania Global Mangrove Mapping with Landsat
River Findhorn Measuring the Wide World of Rivers
tidal marshes Calculating Carbon: Tidal Marsh Contributions
kelp on Falkland Islands Floating Forests: Citizen Scientists are Mapping Giant Kelp with Landsat
clear water in Florida Keys What Lies Beneath: Mapping Benthic Habitats with Landsat
wetlands in Baylands Nature Preserve How Much Swamp Are We Talking Here? Towards Better Mapping of Coastal Wetlands
Murray River Graphing a Path to Survival: Habitat Connectivity in Australia’s Murray-Darling Basin
birth of iceberg A-68 How Scientists Watched the Larsen C Ice Shelf Give Birth to an Iceberg in the Polar Night
marsh How Do Coastal Marshes Respond to Climate Change?
Mt. Etna Near Real Time Monitoring of Volcanic Eruptions
An example HLS product Using Landsat and Sentinel-2 Data in Harmony
Nunavut, Canada Water in Flux—Monitoring Shifting Water Body Sizes in Canada
Palo Verde diversion dam Farm Crops for City Drops—Assessing Water Right Transfers with Landsat
Sarasota Bridge Shedding Light on Watershed Management Priorites

Visit the 2017 AGU Fall Meeting website for more details, including the scientific program and virtual options.

Further Information:
+ NASA at AGU 2017
+ USGS Landsat Update—The AGU Edition

Anyone can freely download Landsat data from the USGS EarthExplorer or LandsatLook.