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Landsat Science Team Meeting - March 1-3, 2011

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Landsat Science Team Meeting

March 1-3, 2011
Hilton Phoenix East Hotel
Mesa, Arizona

Landsat Science Team Meeting


Tuesday, March 1

  • USGS Realignment, Science Planning, and FY 2012 Budget (Matt Larsen, USGS) - .ppt (439 KB) .pdf (932 KB)
  • TIRS Status (Betsy Forsbacka, NASA)
  • LDCM on-Orbit Cal/Val Considerations (Brian Markham, NASA) - .pptx (4.88 MB) .pdf (2.38 MB)
  • Education and Public Engagement (Jeannie Allen, Sigma Space Corporation) - .ppt (22.2 MB) .pdf (3.88 MB)
  • Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) USGS Project Status Report (Dave Hair, USGS and Doug Daniels, The Aerospace Corporation) - .pptx (6.34 MB) .pdf (5.48 MB)
  • Sentinel 2 in Europe's Earth Observation Programme (GMES)(Alan Belward, JRC) - .ppt (2.00 MB) .pdf (389 KB)


Wednesday, March 2

  • Landsat Project Status (Kristi Kline and Rachel Headley, USGS) - .pptx (2.57 MB) .pdf (2.13 MB)
  • The Users, Uses, and Value of Landsat and Other Moderate-Resolution Imagery in the United States - Executive Report (Holly Miller, USGS) - .pptx (381 KB) .pdf (506 KB)
  • A Knowledge-based Automated Cropland Mapping Algorithm using Advanced Remote Sensing Methods and Approaches (Prasad Thenkabail, USGS) - .pptx (19.9 MB) .pdf (6.74 MB)

Thursday, March 3


  • Landsat Program Overview (Bruce Quirk, USGS) - .ppt (14.5 MB) .pdf (1.66 MB)
  • Collection and Analysis of Land Imaging Requirements (John Dwyer, USGS) - .ppt (1.69 MB) .pdf (672 KB)
  • Landsat Products Development (Curtis Woodcock, Boston University) - .pptx (4.61 MB) .pdf (2.70 MB)
  • A Land Surface Temperature Product (John Schott, Rochester Institute of Technology) - .pptx (20.6 MB) .pdf (1.83 MB)
  • USGS Plans for Landsat Science Products (John Dwyer and Tom Loveland, USGS) - .ppt (2.09 MB) .pdf (464 KB)
  • Annual Forest Disturbance History 1972-2010 (Dirk Pflumacher, Oregon State University) - .pptx (12.1 MB) .pdf (1.80 MB)
  • Not Just Detection: Moving towards Attribution of Change Agent using Landsat Time Series Information (Robert Kennedy, Oregon State University) - .pptx (30.2 MB) .pdf (6.70 MB)
  • Use of MODIS Data to Assess Global Landsat Surface Reflectance Products (Chenqhuan Huang, University of Maryland) - .pptx (6.81 MB) .pdf (2.89 MB)



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