A compilation of SEDAC-sponsored and other publications and reports focusing on remote sensing applications in urban areas, as well as providing links to useful resources.
A project focused on the utilization of satellite remote sensing data to improve the effectiveness of ecosystem-oriented multilateral environmental agreements (MEAs), with a focused case study on a Ramsar Wetland and Man and Biosphere Reserve that straddles the Brazil-Uruguay border.
Reports, publications, and information related to the Remote Sensing and Environmental Treaties: Building More Effective Linkages workshop held December 2000 at the Woodrow Wilson International Center in Washington, D.C.
Remote Sensing for Social Scientists: Tools to Facilitate the Use of Remote Sensing Data in Social and Health Sciences Research
A brief guide providing: (1) a list of links to web-based tools that facilitate the integration of remote sensing and socioeconomic data; and (2) an introduction to two NASA-developed tools, Giovanni and AppEEARS, that aid the integration of remote sensing-derived data into social science research.
The Urban Landsat collection contains images for 66 urban areas and the raw, underlying data for 28 of these places. Each image shows a Landsat false color composite in UTM projection. The R/G/B layers correspond to TM/ETM+ bands 7/4/2. Each pixel is 30x30 meters in area and most images are 30x30 km in area.