NDVI

Map showing the delineated shoreline in ArcGIS Pro.

How to Use ArcGIS Pro for Automatic Shoreline Delineation from Landsat Imagery

Jeff Oppong

This tutorial demonstrates a shoreline extraction strategy in ArcGIS Pro by explaning  how to use the Tasseled Cap and Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) to automatically delineate shoreline using the Landsat toolkit.

Map of detected tamarisk in southeastern Colorado, along the Arkansas River and irrigation ditches. Tamarisk infestations are shown from moderate (orange) to high (red). Map: Evangelista et al., 2009.

Using Remote Sensing to Map Invasive Species

Mark Altaweel

Scientists and researchers are increasingly using remote sensing methods to map and track invasive species.

Satellite Imagery Shows How Much of South Dakota’s Flooded Fields Were Unable to be Farmed

Caitlin Dempsey

In August of 2019, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported that South Dakota had 3.9 million “prevented planting” acres.

Mapping and Assessing Landscape Suitability for Bee Migration

Claudia Windeck

Research highlights how GIS and remote-sensing techniques can be used to evaluate and map areas that are suitable for bee populations.

Automated Land Cover Maps

Mark Altaweel

Automating the generation of land cover maps from satellite imagery is becoming easier due to learning-based algorithms improving the understanding of signal data.

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