• Released Monday, September 4, 2017
  • ID: 12544

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Landsat data helps answer questions about threatened chimpanzee habitat.

Watch forest cover in green become tree-free in brown to the southeast of Gombe National Park.

The Jane Goodall Institute uses data from NASA’s Landsat missions to help monitor changing chimpanzee habitats in Tanzania.

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The boundary around Gombe National Park protects forested chimpanzee habitat from destruction.

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Continuous destruction of chimpanzee habitat, seen by the abundance of brown in 1999, led to increased protection of natural resources.

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NASA’s Landsat series of satellites have been observing Earth continuously since 1972.


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NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio

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