Posts Tagged ‘LandSat’

Using NASA Earth Observations to Assess Vegetative Stress of Row Crops in Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Fields in Alabama

The effect of drought conditions on irrigated vs. non-irrigated row crops in Alabama were investigated using NASA Earth Observations.

Dispatches from GEO XIII: Making Vanishing Forests Visible

Regional remote sensing has the capacity to support conservation initiatives at a local level. Partnerships such as those established through GEO can help. The Chaco Dry Forest in South America is losing habitat at a rate of roughly 1,500 hectares a day. This land clearing is driven by the profitability of soy and beef, and […]

Can you Dig it?: Identifying and Protecting Ancient Chacoan Ruins

Category: Land Cover Change & Disturbances Project Team: Chaco Canyon Cross-Cutting Team Location: NASA Marshall Space Flight Center at National Space Science Technology Center – Huntsville, Alabama Authors: Kelsey Herndon Dashiell Cruz Sydney Neeley Ryan Schick Mentors/Advisors: Dr. Jeffrey Luvall (NASA at National Space Science Technology Center) Dr. Robert Griffin (University of Alabama in Huntsville) […]

The Dark Side of the Marsh: Forecasting Marsh Health in Alabama

Category: Detecting Land Cover Change & Disturbances Project Team: Mobile Bay Ecological Forecasting and Water Resources II Team Location: Mobile County Health Department – Mobile, Alabama Authors: Darius Hixon Austin Clark Tyler Lynn Manoela Rosa Mentors/Advisors: Dr. Kenton Ross (NASA Langley Research Center) Dr. Just Cebrian (Dauphin Island Sea Lab) Dr. Bernard Eichold (Mobile County Health Department) […]

Oh Me! Oh My! These Rice Paddies are Dry!

Category: Monitoring Drought Project Team: Mekong River Basin Agriculture Team Location: NASA Marshall Space Flight Center – Huntsville, Alabama Authors: Daryl Ann Winstead Waritchana Rakumthong Pumichat Raksaphaeng Allison Daniel Mentors/Advisors: Dr. Jeffrey Luvall (NASA at National Space Science Technology Center) Dr. Robert Griffin (University of Alabama in Huntsville) Eric Anderson (University of Alabama in Huntsville) Past/Other Contributors: […]