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May 18, 2022

Landsat Science Team members publish their research and results for the benefit of the remote sensing community. Their publications can be found in remote-sensing journals and periodicals, conference presentations, book sections and reports.

Nearly 5,000 of discovered published works have been compiled into one list, available from the Landsat Science Team Publications web page.  Recently updated, this page can now be searched using keywords, titles of publications, or specific authors. New records are added quarterly.

Landsat Science Teams consist of USGS and NASA scientists and engineers, external scientists, and application specialists representing industry and university research initiatives. The teams are tasked with providing scientific and technical evaluations to help ensure the continued success of the Landsat program.

Landsat Science Team members are national and international leaders in remote sensing and provide scientific and technical evaluations on topics that are deemed important across the Landsat user community. Some of these include:

  • Requirements, strategies, algorithms and approaches for developing higher-level science products
  • Methods and techniques for the merging and integration of Landsat data with measurements collected by other land imaging satellite instruments
  • Advanced methods or strategies for multi-decadal and large-area land change assessments

The Landsat Science Team meets at least 2 times per year. Visit the Landsat Science Team Meetings web page for recent meeting agendas and presentations.

 

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2012-2017 Landsat Science Team
2012-2017 Landsat Science Team
2006-2011 Landsat Science Team
2006-2011 Landsat Science Team
Landsat 7 Science Team at launch of the Landsat 7 satellite April 1999
1996-2001 Landsat Science Team

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