National Park Service cartographer Tom Patterson's mapmaking process often incorporates information from Landsat.
Landsat 9 Project Scientist Jeff Masek discusses the ways Landsat data is used and how important it is to have high quality data.
Patrick Hostert from the University of Berlin discusses the value of Landsat's long archive to studying phenology.
Engineers and scientists from both Landsat and Sentinel missions talk about working together to calibrate observation data and validate its quality to improve the science using these resources.
Warren Cohen from the USDA Forest Service talks about the value of Landsat’s long history of observations in monitoring and assessing forests.
“Open Air” is a media project of Australia-based artist Grayson Cooke that features Landsat 8 imagery as it explores how time and elemental forces work together to shape our planet.
Martha Anderson talks about the value of Landsat and its thermal data for understanding agricultural lands.
Leif Olmanson talks about the value of Landsat data for monitoring the thousands of lakes in Minnesota.
Barbara Ryan, Director of GEO talks about the distribution of Landsat data.
In this USGS Landsat in Action video Mike Wulder of Canada's Forest Service talks about the value Landsat images have for mapping and monitoring Canada's forested areas.