Changing Landscape is a remote sensing-based land cover study that charts landscape changes in the portions of CT and NY draining to Long Island Sound. The study covers the 25-year period from 1985 to 2010, and includes information on basic land cover, riparian corridor land cover, and impervious cover.
Connecticut's Changing Landscape
Results of the Forest Fragmentation tool where forested land is divided into categories, such as core forest and edge forest. LEARN MORE
Land cover and land cover change within the Riparian, or streamside, areas of Connecticut. LEARN MORE
An analysis of the status and trends of agricultural fields in Connecticut, and how they relate to the statewide data on agricultural soils of importance. LEARN MORE
Long Island Sound Watershed's Changing Landscape