The NASA DEVELOP Phoenix Health & Air Quality project applies NASA Earth observations to help researchers and practitioners strategically deploy shade in Phoenix.
It’s Not Easy Being the Green: Quantifying Invasive Species Cover in the Green River Watershed
Riparian corridors are inhabited by unique and biodiverse plant communities that control erosion, manage sediment loads, and filter pollutants.
Say No to the Glow: Using NASA and NOAA’s Suomi NPP Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite to Model Artificial Sky Brightness
As more outdoor lighting is installed for safety and development, light pollution has become a growing problem that threatens the quality of life for humans and wildlife.
Smooth Satellite: An Efficient Alternative to Monitoring the Chesapeake Bay’s Water Resources
Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) is vitally important to the Chesapeake Bay, serving as one of the primary food sources for the organisms that inhabit the bay.
Stormwater, Salinity, and Seagrass: Remote Sensing in Florida’s Biscayne Bay
Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) is an important component of coastal ecosystems, and is vulnerable to increased turbidity in the water column.
From Turf to Surf
The United States Virgin Islands (USVI) are home to an array of diverse and stunning habitats.
Time Marshes On: Monitoring Past, Present, and Future Marsh Health in the Chesapeake Bay
Tidal wetlands, such as marshes, are among the Chesapeake Bay’s most protective natural features.
Grunions: See How They Run
The California grunion is an endemic fish species vital to the California coast, acting as a versatile food source for many species such as seabirds, large mammals, and other fish in the food web.
Golly GEE Wetlands! Forecasting Wetland Extent in Rwanda
Balancing the demands of economic development and environmental protection is a challenge which requires policymakers to be well-informed about the extent and value of key natural ecosystems.
The Day After Tomorrow, Where Will the Mangroves Be?
Across the globe, mangroves play a major role in coastal ecosystem processes mitigating erosion and serving as barriers against storm surges.