Tom Loveland spoke with reporter Cara Hetland from South Dakota Public Broadcasting about his role as co-chair of the Landsat Science Team and the team itself.
A new program uses Landsat satellite data to automatically categorize what’s on the ground more accurately than other land cover products.
John Schott discusses using Landsat Data over the years and how its thermal data tracks temperature changes in water bodies.
Adam Lewis talks about the value of Landsat data, the importance of free and open policy, and how analysis ready data is advancing earth observing science.
The USGS and NASA have selected the scientists and engineers who will serve on the next Landsat Science Team.
Two awardees have been presented with the 2017 William T. Pecora Award for achievements in Earth remote sensing.
Dr. Alan Belward describes water changes around Iran's Karkheh River between 1993-2002.
Alan Belward from the European Union's Joint Research Center discusses how Landsat helps his team promote sustainable development.
Ted Scambos, Lead Scientist at the National Snow & Ice Data Center, talks about the roll of Landsat in his research studying polar regions.
To learn how current investments could impact the future of Landsat we are conducting a series of interviews with ESTO-funded researchers working on technology for the Landsat 10 era and beyond.