Loveland Reflects on Landsat Program

Loveland Reflects on Landsat Program

Tom Loveland
Tom Loveland. Photo credit: Kevin Baird
Landsat Data Continuity Mission USGS Project Scientist, Dr. Tom Loveland, sat down with Directions Magazine to reflect on the Landsat Program. In a podcast recording, Loveland and Directions Magazine Editor-in-Chief, Joe Francica, discuss Landsat’s past, the program’s major contributions, the geospatial job market, and the future of the Landsat Program.
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Read about and listen to the Directions Magazine podcast [external link]
+ Landsat 5: A perspective with USGS Scientist Dr. Tom Loveland [mp3, 5.9 Mb]

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