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Landsat Eyes Fragile Coral Reefs from Space

June 26, 2013

Landsat Eyes Fragile Coral Reefs from Space

Landsat satellites were designed to gather images of Earth’s land surfaces. During the last four decades, however, the satellites also have been useful for observing blue parts of the planet. Landsat particularly has enriched the study of coral reefs. Scientists used earlier generations of Landsats to create a global image library of coral reefs. They