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USGS LandsatLook Viewer

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Using the LandsatLook Viewer

 

You can find your area of interest by the text-based search tool in the upper right or by panning and zooming around the globe. The Select Scene button will activate when you zoom in to a 1:1M resolution or closer. The default scene search uses TM and ETM+ imagery from 1999 to present at 20% cloud cover. Using the tools in the Advanced Query section, you can modify the default parameters: years of coverage, cloud cover ranges, and sensor selection.

 

The viewer will return all applicable scenes according to the criteria. The total scenes returned will appear in the upper right corner of the Display menu (In this example, 441). Because the Landsat archive has many scenes over one location, only a small subset of scenes will display on top of the stack of images (in this example, 3). The other 338 scenes are stored so you can change the scenes viewed easily without conducting multiple searches. You can view all scenes by clicking the Metadata button in the menu (for one scene at a time) or the Table button for a list......


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Subdivision Map Act’s procedural requirements for filing a lawsuit

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Subdivision Map Act's procedural requirements for filing a lawsuit Download the original article as a PDF ASK THE MAP ACT EXPERT Question I have been working with a local jurisdiction on possible conditions of approval for my Tentative Map. Though we have been able to work out many of our disagreements, I am concerned that there may be some that we cannot work out and I might have to file a legal challenge. Can you tell me what kind of procedural steps are necessary in filing such a lawsuit, and are there any helpful tips you can provide? Discussion Thank you for your excellent and very important question. This may sound unusual coming from a lawyer, but no one likes a lawsuit. Nevertheless, at times, it becomes the only option. And if it does become necessary, then it is crucial to know the procedural requirements for filing your lawsuit. While these may seem at first to be minor details, not following them can result in your entire lawsuit being dismissed
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Geographic Information Systems Help Scholars See History

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Many-layered mapmaking is helping scholars recreate vanished landscapes and envision history.

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jminium courses's curator insight, July 11, 2013 12:42 PM

One of the reasons GIS is so important- it allows Geographers to see what has happened, and possibly help predict what will happen based on previous patterns!

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The End of the Map

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Apple Maps stands at the end of a long line of cartographic catastrophes. Say goodbye to the Mountains of Kong and New South Greenland—the enchanting era of geographic gaffes is coming to a close, writes Simon Garfield.

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Geographic Information Systems Help Scholars See History

Geographic Information Systems Help Scholars See History | Landmarks Page | Scoop.it
Many-layered mapmaking is helping scholars recreate vanished landscapes and envision history.

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jminium courses's curator insight, July 11, 2013 12:42 PM

One of the reasons GIS is so important- it allows Geographers to see what has happened, and possibly help predict what will happen based on previous patterns!

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USGS LandsatLook Viewer

USGS LandsatLook Viewer | Landmarks Page | Scoop.it

Using the LandsatLook Viewer

 

You can find your area of interest by the text-based search tool in the upper right or by panning and zooming around the globe. The Select Scene button will activate when you zoom in to a 1:1M resolution or closer. The default scene search uses TM and ETM+ imagery from 1999 to present at 20% cloud cover. Using the tools in the Advanced Query section, you can modify the default parameters: years of coverage, cloud cover ranges, and sensor selection.

 

The viewer will return all applicable scenes according to the criteria. The total scenes returned will appear in the upper right corner of the Display menu (In this example, 441). Because the Landsat archive has many scenes over one location, only a small subset of scenes will display on top of the stack of images (in this example, 3). The other 338 scenes are stored so you can change the scenes viewed easily without conducting multiple searches. You can view all scenes by clicking the Metadata button in the menu (for one scene at a time) or the Table button for a list......


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