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Earthshots: Satellite images of environmental change – Copenhagen, Denmark

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USGS, 2016, Copenhagen, Denmark: USGS Earthshots Web page at http://earthshots.usgs.gov.

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Earthshots introduces remote sensing by showing examples of how environmental changes look from space. Often described as one of the world’s best cities to live, Copenhagen is growing steadily. That growth comes with challenges to keep it a desirable place to live. In these false-color Landsat images, the urban areas of Copenhagen are shades of purple. Vegetation appears green, and farmland appears bright green when crops are growing and pink when the fields are fallow. The Øresund Strait separates Copenhagen from Malmö, Sweden. The strait and other water bodies appear black. In the time that these images span, the population of Copenhagen has grown from 478,615 in 1985 to 580,184 in 2015. But the population of greater Copenhagen in [...]

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Thomas Adamson
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U.S. Geological Survey

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