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The Ecosystem Disturbance and Recovery Tracker (eDaRT) is an automated system for satellite image processing, including a suite of advanced algorithms and a software toolbox that detects and categorizes changes in forested, shrubland, and herbaceous ecosystems. Currently, the primary input data source for eDaRT is Landsat imagery. All available Landsat images are processed, providing frequent and robust monitoring.
A beta version of eDaRT is expanding its operations by the US Forest Service in California and western United States in support of daily ecosystem management tasks.