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Free Access to Landsat Imagery.Author(s): CURTIS E. WOODCOCK; RICHARD ALLEN; MARTHA ANDERSON; ALAN BELWARD; ROBERT BINDSCHADLER; WARREN COHEN; FENG GAO; SAMUEL N. GOWARD; DENNIS HELDER; EILEEN HELMER; RAMA NEMANI; LAZAROS OREOPOULOS; JOHN SCHOTT; PRASAD S. THENKABAIL; ERIC F. VERMOTE; JAMES VOGELMANN; MICHAEL A. WYNNE WULDER
Source: SCIENCE VOL 320 :1011
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionA NEW ERA IN THE LANDSAT program, the oldest and most venerable of our Earth-observing satellite programs.
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CitationWOODCOCK,CURTIS E.; ALLEN,RICHARD; ANDERSON, MARTHA;BELWARD,ALAN; BINDSCHADLER, ROBERT;COHEN,WARREN; GAO, FENG; GOWARD,SAMUEL N.;HELDER, DENNIS;HELMER, EILEEN;NEMANI, RAMA;OREOPOULOS, LAZAROS; SCHOTT,JOHN; THENKABAIL,PRASAD S.;VERMOTE,ERIC F.;VOGELMANN, JAMES; WULDER,MICHAEL A. WYNNE, RANDOLPH. 2008. Free Access to Landsat Imagery. SCIENCE VOL 320 :1011
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