Landsat Science Products
The USGS is developing research-quality, applications-ready, Level-2 and Level-3 science products derived from Landsat Level-1 data, which can be used to monitor, assess, and project how changes in land use, land cover, and land condition affect people and nature.
Level-2 Science Products are time-series observational data of sufficient length, consistency, and continuity to record effects of climate change, and serve as input into Landsat Level-3 Science Products.
Measures the fraction of incoming solar radiation that is reflected from Earth's surface to the Landsat sensor.
Represents the temperature of the Earth's surface in Kelvin (K).
Level-3 products represent specific geophysical and biophysical properties of the land surface and contain parameters derived from systematic long-term measurements collected by satellite and aircraft platforms as well as in situ observational networks.
Describes the existence and condition of surface water.
Indicates the percentage of a pixel covered by snow.
Represents per pixel burn classification and burn probability.