This system guides users in applying peer-reviewed methods and cloud computing power to produce a wide variety of high-quality land cover information products that can be updated regularly and consistently.
Surface water distribution changes over space and time and these patterns can provide insight into ecological structure and function, patterns of flooding and flood risk, and the impacts of infrastructure and climate.
Changes to vegetation can have a significant impact on health, resilience, growth, and sustainable development. Ensuring ecological stability and biological productivity over a large area is a common goal for landscape.
A resource for modeling the inundation areas of prospective dams on the Irrawaddy, Salween, Mekong, and Red River basins.
Currently, there is lack of systematic flood risk analysis through collection of local knowledge in order to inform emergency planning, which although critical, takes significant resources and can introduce bias and human…
The Post Wildfire Vegetation Monitoring System uses Google Earth Engine to provide users with current and past vegetation cover areas burned by wildfire. The system allows users to instantly determine the cover of several vegetation…
The forest monitoring system is product of collaboration between SERVIR-Mekong and the Global Land Analysis and Discovery Lab (GLAD) from University of Maryland.
Collect Earth Online is a custom built, open-source, satellite image viewing and interpretation system developed by SERVIR.
This map displays current wildfire information and is for informational purposes using publicly available data
This map is an example of rapid Normalized Burn Ratio calculated immediately after a wildfire.
This web app presents Existing Vegetation Type from 2016 in contrast with the rdNBR.
This dashboard displays a high-resolution land cover classification and conducts a habitat gap analyses for monarch butterflies, mallard ducks, blue-winged teal, ruffed grouse, and Karner blue butterflies in Polk County and St Croix County in Wisconsin.