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USGS Fact Sheet on Landsat Surface Reflectance Data Available

USGS Fact Sheet on Landsat Surface Reflectance Data Available

Data processing, TOA, SR of Mt. Vesuvius image
Three subsets of a Landsat scene of Mount Vesuvius near Naples, Italy, displaying A—natural color composite; B—top-of-atmosphere reflectance; and C—surface reflectance processing. Landsat 8 Operational Land Imager [OLI] image Path 189 Row 32, acquired May 29, 2013. Source: USGS
[Source: USGS] Landsat satellite data have been produced, archived, and distributed by the U.S. Geological Survey since 1972. Users rely on these data for historical study of land surface change and require consistent radiometric data processed to the highest science standards. In support of the guidelines established through the Global Climate Observing System, the U.S. Geological Survey has embarked on production of higher-level Landsat data products to support land surface change studies. One such product is Landsat surface reflectance.
+ USGS Fact Sheet 2015–3034: Landsat Surface Reflectance Data

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