SERVIR-Mesoamerica is regional service that provides a suite of analysis and visualization tools that integrate satellite and other geospatial data to support environmental monitoring and informed decision-making. The program focuses on national priorities and regional needs across Central America and the Caribbean, aiming to increase access to satellite data and to strengthen national and regional capacities to harness the full potential of remote sensing and geospatial technologies.
Major precipitation events in Central America and the Caribbean during 2011
LAC Atlas of Our Changing Environment
Some of the particular issues that SERVIR-Mesoamerica addresses are fire detection, land-cover/land-use (LCLU) and LCLU change, algal blooms, short-term weather forecasting, climate change, and natural disasters.