As climate change worsens wildfire impact, scientists use satellites to study climate-fire interactions.
Australia is a continent of extremes, and researchers find that some ecosystems are better equipped than others to deal with the country's characteristic extreme climatic variation.
Satellite measurements of atmospheric carbon dioxide provide insights into how droughts and floods influence the carbon cycle on the semiarid continent of Australia.
New satellite observations show connection between solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence and soil moisture—a key mechanism behind drought onset.
Detailed laser imaging of vegetation and landforms where animals live and roam offers revealing new perspectives on interactions between those creatures and their surroundings.
Remote estimation of fluorescence emitted by plants can indicate variations in photosynthesis performance.
Satellite data reveal fossil fuel harvesting operations in the Southwest's Four Corners are generating the country's largest methane signal viewable from space.
A new technique to remotely sense a forest’s tree composition using airborne observations.