MapBiomas se encuentra en constante evolución y crecimiento. A la fecha cuenta con las siguientes iniciativas:
MapBiomas Brasil Initiative presents data about land use and land cover in the brazilian territory, covering the period of 1985 to 2022.
MapBiomas Indonesia is the first initiative outside of South America to be part of the MapBiomas network. Its second collection mapped 11 classes of land cover and land use from 2000 to 2022.
The MapBiomas Peru presents land cover and land use data from 1985 to 2021 for the entire peruvian territory and its 4 biomes.
MapBiomas Bolivia presents data on land use and land cover between the years 1985 and 2021 for the entire Bolivian territory.
The first collection of annual land cover and use maps in Colombia mapped 21 different classes, for the period 1985-2022.
The first collection of maps from Venezuela offers a view of natural areas and the expansion of spaces transformed by human action between 1985 and 2022.
With 7 different classes mapped, the first MapBiomas collection of land use and cover in Uruguay presents data for the period 1985-2021.
MapBiomas Ecuador presents in its first collection the land cover and land use data in the country between the years 1985 and 2022
In its first collection, MapBiomas Paraguay presents data for the period from 1985 to 2022 and 10 mapped classes.
Created in 2017 through partnerships with local institutions and with five collections already published, MapBiomas Amazônia produces annual maps of land cover and land use for the entire Pan-Amazon.
The MapBiomas Chaco combines the MapBiomas method and the experience of local groups to produce annual land cover and land use maps in the Chaco region.
MapBiomasTrinational Atlantic Forest generates a historical series of annual maps of land cover and use in the Trinational Atlantic Forest.
The MapBiomas Southern South American Pampa is an initiative to generate a historical series of annual maps of land cover and land use in the South American Pampas.
MapBiomas Alert is a system of validation and refinement of alerts of deforestation, degradation, and regeneration of native vegetation with high resolution images.
The MapBiomas Fire is presents fire scars maps in Brazil based on Landsat satellite mosaic images with a spatial resolution of 30 meters, covering the period from 1985 to 2022.
The initiative presents data on the water surface dynamic in Brazil and Amazon Watershed, covering the period from 1985 to 2022, based on Landsat imagery with 30 meters resolutin and cloud cover less than 70%.