New GLS Visualization Interface Available

New GLS Visualization Interface Available

Source: USGS Landsat Mission

Oct. 14, 2012 • The USGS EROS Science Processing Architecture (ESPA) GLS Visualization Interface was released today. The new interface allows users to immediately download Global Land Survey (GLS) 2010 and GLS 2005 Surface Reflectance Products. GLS 2000 surface reflectance products will be available soon as well.
In addition, Landsat Thematic Mapper (TM) and Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus (ETM+) scenes from 1984 to April 14, 2012 can also be processed to surface reflectance for scientific evaluation through the ESPA Ordering Interface. A username and password is required; to receive the login details, please complete the Contact Us Form, selecting the topic Surface Reflectance Data Request.
Landsat Provisional Surface Reflectance Products (LPSRP) are created using the Landsat Ecosystem Disturbance Adaptive Processing System (LEDAPS) software developed at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Version: November 24, 2011). Additional details about LPSRP and LEDAPS software can be found athttps://www.usgs.gov/landsat-missions/PLSRP.php.

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