The choice of labeling and color can have a pronounced influence in shaping opinions when visualizing climate change on maps.
The series of Landsat satellites has been collecting global imagery continuously since 1972. A total of eight satellites and millions of pictures (and trillions of pixels) has resulted in a hugh amount of imagery which, when compiled, visualizes the massive amount of global change over the past thirty+ years. Landsat […]
CryoSat-2 is the satellite launched by the European Space Agency on April 8, 2010 to collect data in order to understand the relationship between the world’s ice layers and climate change. The satellite collects data about ice thickness over both land and water to analyze the changes in polar ice […]