Remote Sensing of Coral Reefs at NASA: Overview of Integrated Collaborations, Projects, and Products
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Sponsorship

Using Landsat 7 Data in a GIS-based Revision of ReefBase (A Global Database on Coral Reefs and Their Resources): Distributing Information on Land Cover and Shallow Reefs to Resource Managers. NASA Office of Earth Sciences, Earth Science Enterprise, Carbon Applications. To the Earth Observations Laboratory, Johnson Space Center, University of South Florida, and Florida International University (J. A. Robinson, S. Andréfouët, G. Feldman, J. Gebelein, J. K. Oliver, M. Noordeloos, E. Green, and M. K. Spalding). 2001-2004.

A Millennium Global Scale Coral Reef Ecosystem Assessment using High Resolution Remote Sensing Data. NASA Office of Earth Sciences, Earth Science Enterprise, Interdisciplinary Science. To the University of South Florida (S. Andréfouët and F. Muller-Karger). 2001-2004.

Environmental Assessments of Coral Reef Ecosystems: Interdisciplinary Research Using EOS Platforms and Numerical Models. NASA Office of Earth Sciences, Earth Science Enterprise, Oceanography Program. To the University of South Florida (S. Andréfouët and F. Muller-Karger). 2004-2007.

NASA Support of the U.S. Coral Reef Taskforce NASA Office of Earth Sciences, Earth Science Enterprise. To the SeaWiFS Project, Goddard Spaceflight Center (G. Feldman).