This book provides the systematic discourse of the rate and pattern of forest cover change process using remotely sensed data and integrated application of geoinformatics tools. Investigating the process of forest cover change, the rationale of retrospective analysis, and the application of geoinformation science to quantify and monitor such a change are the focal points of the book. In this book remotely sensed data analysis is employed to monitor, predict, and map forest cover transformation processes in West central Ethiopia. Moreover, GIS techniques are applied to generate forest degradation vulnerability map. Lastly,the book brings to light causes of forest cover change and the impact of this change on the environment.