Landsat Science Team Publications
Landsat Science Teams consist of USGS and NASA scientists and engineers, external scientists, and application specialists representing industry and university research initiatives.
The teams are tasked with providing scientific and technical evaluations to help ensure the continued success of the Landsat program.
Landsat Science Team members are national and international leaders in land remote sensing and provide scientific and technical evaluations on topics that are deemed important
across the Landsat user community.
Some recently added publications include:
Crawford, C.J., Roy, D.P., Arab, S., Barnes, C., Vermote, E., Hulley, G., Gerace, A., Choate, M., Engebretson, C., et al., 2023, The 50-year Landsat Collection 2 Archive: Science
of Remote Sensing, v. 8, article 100103, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.srs.2023.100103.
Egorov, A., Roy, D.P., and Boschetti, L., 2023, Generation and comprehensive validation of 30 m conterminous United States Landsat percent tree cover and forest cover loss
annual products: Science of Remote Sensing, v. 7, article 100084, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.srs.2023.100084.
Kabir, S., , N., O’Shea, R.E., and Barnes, B.B., 2023, Leveraging Landsat-8/-9 underfly observations to evaluate consistency in reflectance products over aquatic
environments: Remote Sensing of Environment, v. 296, article 113755, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2023.113755.
Use the fields below to search the journal articles, book sections, reports, and conference presentations published by Landsat Science team members since 1996.
Last update: September 30, 2023
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