They discussed their work using Landsat as a tool to characterize the landscape, monitor environmental change, assess the impact of land use changes on terrestrial carbon dynamics, and to map changes to the land in temperate environments. They also discussed the rich Landsat archive, its free data, and what’s next for Landsat.
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More frequent satellite observations, such as those of the Harmonized Landsat Sentinel-2 (HLS) dataset, are needed to fully capture flood dynamics in regions experiencing short-lived, ephemeral flooding.