Remote sensing

Landsat Collections — What are Tiers?

Landsat Collections — What are Tiers?

Landsat Collections — What are Tiers? Landsat Collections — What are Tiers? This is the third video in a series describing the new U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Landsat Collection 1 inventory structure. Collection 1 required the reprocessing of all archived Landsat data to achieve radiometric and geometric consistency of Level-1 products through time and across all Landsat sensors. This video ...

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Uncontrolled Mosaic of Aerial Photo Creation Using Microsoft Image Composite Editor

Uncontrolled Mosaic of Aerial Photo Creation Using Microsoft Image Composite Editor

Uncontrolled Mosaic of Aerial Photo Creation Using Microsoft Image Composite Editor How to make uncontrolled Mosaic of Aerial Photos using Microsoft ICE Please note that this method only suitable for relative flat areas, because the software wont compensate the geometric errors caused by terrain differences btw, no georeferencing information supported so you must georeference the output manually, besides we talk ...

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Image of the Week: Hurricane Irma Slams Barbuda

Image of the Week: Hurricane Irma Slams Barbuda

Image of the Week: Hurricane Irma Slams Barbuda Hurricane Irma’s full force hit the small island of Barbuda, damaging estimated 95% of structures. At the USGS EROS Center, we study land change, operate the Landsat satellites, and maintain the longest, continuously acquired collection of images of the Earth’s land surface.

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Arid regions problems can be solved with the help of Remote Sensing and AI

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In recent years many areas of the US territory suffer from a drought of varying intensity. It is difficult to forget the consequences of the Great Drought of 2015, which was considered the largest in the last 1200 years. As of July 2, 2017, according to the US Department of Agriculture, the abnormal dryness and some amount of moderate drought ...

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