As countries reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic, an increase in pollution has been detected by NASA and European satellites.
Scientists who record and observe seismic activity around the globe are detecting major decreases in activity as the effects of the Coronavirus continue.
Johns Hopkins University (JHU) is mapping the spread of the coronavirus in near-realtime.
An interactive GIS dashboard developed by Johns Hopkins University is mapping COVID-19 cases with near real-time tracking.
As people shelter-in-place during the coronavirus outbreak, animals come out to roam and skies are clearer in some places.