CLASlite is moving to a new website. During this transition time the course and new licenses have been stopped (starting November 1, 2018).
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Monitoring tropical deforestation and forest degradation with satellites can be an everyday activity for people who support environmental conservation, forest management, and resource policy development.
Through extensive observation of user needs, we developed CLASlite to assist governments, nongovernmental organizations, and academic institutions with high-resolution mapping and monitoring of forests with satellite imagery.
Here you will find information about the CLASlite software, and on interpreting the images derived from the software. We strongly encourage new forest monitoring citizens and professionals to take our free course, after which you will qualify for a free CLASlite software license.
The CLASlite project is supported by the Morgan Family Foundation.
Example Success Stories
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CLASlite 3.3 Improvements
Google Earth Engine support
CLASlite 3.3 supports Google Earth Engine Landsat images similar to data products available from USGS archive from Earth Explorer (earthexplorer.usgs.gov).
CLASlite 3.3 supports Sentinel-2 reflectance processing for single or/and batch image processing.