Putting NASA and USGS satellite information at farmers’ fingertips leads to less water use and better crop yields in South Asia.
Harmful algal blooms pose a health risk to fish and other wildlife as well as humans; satellites, including Landsat, are helping public health officials keep people safe.
Scientists use Landsat to track changing patterns of deforestation that tells them how Amazonian agricultural practices have changed, from small family holdings to massive ranching operations.
Top honors were bestowed upon Virginia Norwood in recognition of her far reaching impact on the field of remote sensing.
The Landsat 9 satellite has successfully completed its most strenuous environmental test leading up to launch.
The Harmonized Landsat Sentinel-2 (HLS) project offers daily, 30-meter global land surface data products to facilitate a wide range of terrestrial Earth science research.
During the month of March, as we collectively celebrate Women History’s Month, we want to share a fantastic trio of user case study videos published by the U.S. Geological Survey.
Justin Braaten is a code wizard, helping everyone from wildlife ecologists to machine learning experts more easily use Landsat.
Landsat helps water resource managers know where to look for dangerous algal blooms in Utah lakes.
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.