Landsat Science Team Meeting – Jan. 2016

Landsat Science Team Meeting – Jan. 2016

The USGS Landsat website has made all presentations given at the January 2016 Landsat Science Meeting available online. The objectives for this winter meeting were:

  • Understand what the priorities and approaches are to improve the global Landsat/moderate resolution record
  • Review the status of Landsat 7-8 and the Landsat archive
  • Review Virginia Tech remote sensing activities

Visit USGS Landsat website to access the 32 presentations:
+ January 2016 Landsat Science Team Meeting

Tim Newman at LSTM
Tim Newman, USGS Program Coordinator Land Remote Sensing, speaking at the 2016 winter Landsat Science Team Meeting. Photo credit: Stacey Kuhar
LSTM - Jan. 2016
Participants at the Jan. 2016 Landsat Science Team Meeting at Virginia Tech. Photo credit: Stacey Kuhar

LSTM - Jan 2016
Participants at the Jan. 2016 Landsat Science Team Meeting at Virginia Tech. Photo credit: Stacey Kuhar
Brian Sauer at the Jan 2016 LSTM
Brian Sauer, USGS Landsat Mission Management Officer, briefing the science team on the status of product improvement plans for the Landsat data archive. Photo credit: Stacey Kuhar

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