Ecological Society of America Mourns Landsat 5

Ecological Society of America Mourns Landsat 5

The Ecological Society of America bids farewell to Landsat 5 in its online blog Ecotone. Blogger Liza Lester shares some ways in which Landsat 5 data have helped ecological research.

All fingers are crossed that this farewell is premature; USGS engineers are exploring every possible option for restoring satellite-to-ground image transmissions.
Further Information:
Goodbye, Landsat 5, Ecotone [external link]
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