Landsat Science Team Meeting Held

Landsat Science Team Meeting Held

Curtis Woodcock
Curtis Woodcock presenting at the Summer 2015 Landsat Science Team Meeting
The U.S. Geological Survey hosted the most recent Landsat Science Team Meeting at the Earth Resources Observation and Science Data Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota from July 7–9. On the first day presentations on the project status were given; this was followed by a day and a half of science presentations by the science team. USGS has made all of the presentations available online.
With Landsat 9 on the horizon, the European Space Agency’s Sentinel-2A in orbit and Sentinel-2B launching next year, science team member Curtis Woodcock captured the overall sentiment, saying, “The future looks really exciting.”
 
+ Summer 2015 Landsat Science Team Meeting presentations via USGS
 

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