Webinar: Discover and Access Landsat Analysis Ready Data (ARD) from the USGS Archive

Join us to learn more about the new Landsat Analysis Ready Data (ARD), other improvements to the USGS Landsat archive and to hear a status update for the Landsat 9 mission
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Chris Barnes
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Jennifer Brennan
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For the past 47 years, the joint NASA-US Geological Survey (USGS) Landsat program has collected and archived over 7.8 million scenes and represents the world’s longest continuous remotely sensed global record of the Earth’s land surface. Recent improvements to the quality and usability of the USGS Landsat archive have been made with the release of a collection-based inventory structure, Landsat Analysis Ready Data (ARD), and advanced Landsat Science Products.

These archive improvements and new science products will help reduce the time needed to process and analyze Landsat data, a significant advantage to scientists, land managers and policymakers, who need to make informed decisions about Earth’s natural resources and environment. This webinar will describe these Landsat archive enhancements and new science products, show users how to discover and access these data and provide a Landsat 9 mission status update.

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