USGS and NASA Select New Landsat Science Team

The team’s primary responsibility is to conduct Landsat-based scientific research and engineering studies, develop useful data products and applications and share the results of its work with the USGS, NASA and others. Members will serve a five-year term from 2018 to 2023. Continue reading “USGS and NASA Select New Landsat Science Team”

New “Landsat Collections” Help Facilitate Land Change Science

Access to consistent high-quality images to study changes on Earth’s surface is getting easier. The USGS Landsat standard (Level-1) product inventory is now structured by data quality and offers improved calibration. Data designated as Tier 1 provide the highest accuracy and can be reliably used to analyze changes to Earth’s surface over time. Continue reading “New “Landsat Collections” Help Facilitate Land Change Science”

New Landsat Collections Help Land Change Science

Access to consistent high-quality images to study changes on Earth’s surface is getting easier. The USGS Landsat standard (Level-1) product inventory is now structured by data quality and offers improved calibration. Data designated as Tier 1 provide the highest accuracy and can be reliably used to analyze changes to Earth’s surface over time.

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MapLapse Earth Image Finder (free and Pro) Now Available in Esri’s ArcGIS Marketplace

GeoMarvel and GEO Jobe, Announce MapLapse in Esri’s ArcGIS Marketplace — Discover imagery in ArcGIS Online with MapLapse! Create time lapse map images, share, download and save them. Powered by ArcGIS Online Continue reading “MapLapse Earth Image Finder (free and Pro) Now Available in Esri’s ArcGIS Marketplace”

Free Data from USGS Proves Its Worth for Observing Earth

Since late 2008, when Landsat earth observation images were made available to all users free of charge, nearly 30 million Landsat scenes have been downloaded through the U.S. Geological Survey portal – and the rate of downloads is still increasing. Continue reading “Free Data from USGS Proves Its Worth for Observing Earth”

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