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Grand Canyon Regions of Drought Impact (GC-ReDI). This Google Earth Engine software quantifies the decreasing water surface area in Lake Mead and the lower Grand Canyon and assesses the resulting changes in land cover –specifically, riparian vegetation and riparian sediment. The software provides images, statistics, and graphs to understand the drought-induced changes.

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