Landsat is among the resources that scientists are using to assess hazards and track volcanic activity in Yellowstone.
New Mexico is one of the most arid states in the US, and precise and accurate information on water use is of utmost importance.
Zhe Zhu has dedicated his research career to learning what’s happening on our planet from satellite images of Earth.
Landsat has enabled a more thorough understanding of how the Central Valley landscape is impacted by floods.
Landsat helped confirm and quantify what was only anecdotally known before: beaver dams make wetlands uniquely resistant to wildfires.
Dramatic changes in Glacier Bay National Park, not particularly evident from the ground or the deck of a cruise ship, come into sharp focus when viewed using the time series of Landsat satellite images.
Landsat has helped map the expansion of intensive agriculture in arid Arequipa, Peru.
Remote sensing can aid the monitoring and evaluation of incentivized farming programs like the one in Maryland.
Socio-economically vulnerable populations are at a higher risk of experiencing urban heat effects.
New time-lapse videos of Earth’s glaciers and ice sheets as seen from space are providing scientists with new insights into how the planet’s frozen regions are changing.