A Look at Landsat-related Research

A Look at Landsat-related Research

As reported in the May issue of the Landsat Project Update, USGS librarian Carol Deering has analyzed the occurrence of Landsat-related articles in over 300 professional journals to determine the disciplines that use Landsat data most frequently.
Deering’s results verify the use of Landsat data across a wide spectrum of scientific fields—from coastal management to biogeography. Visit the USGS Landsat Project Update to learn more and to see a graphical representation of the study results.
 

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