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1. LANDSAT User Service of the Brazilian National Institute on Space Research (INPE) [LSATUSERV]
The Brazilian receiving station for Landsat data is located in Cuiaba, state of Mato Grosso, Midwest region: 56 degrees 5 minutes 30 seconds West longitude, and 15 degrees ...


2. Nitrogen transformations in fertilized alpine dry and moist meadow soils [lternwt0033]
Net nitrogen mineralization, nitrification, and microbial nitrogen were measured in dry and moist meadow plots on Niwot Ridge from early June to mid-October 1992. Dry meadow plots in the City of Boulder ...


3. Return Beam Vidicon (RBV) Film Only [usgs_edc_rbv_film_only]
The three-camera Return Beam Vidicon (RBV) that operated on Landsat satellites 1 and 2 acquired approximately 1600 sub-scenes at 80 meter resolution. The initial RBV sensor configuration used three ...


4. LANDSAT RBV Data held by the National Institute for Space Research (INPE), Brazil [INPE_LS_RBV]
INPE's only receiving station for Landsat RBV was located in Cuiaba, MT (geographic coordinates approx. 15.5S/56.0W). Data were acquired routinely over the entire range during the lifetime ...


5. Landsat Imagery from the University of Alaska Geophysical Institute, GeoData Center [ALI]
Landsat imagery at the University of Alaska's Geophysical Institute includes data covering Alaska and the surrounding areas since 1972. The collection is comprised primarily of Multispectral ...


6. LANDSAT Return Beam Vidicon Camera Data Received at NASDA in Japan [LANDSAT-RBV-NASDA]
The Return Beam Vidicon Camera (RBV) is an imaging system which operates in a single spectral range of 0.505 - 0.750 micrometers with 25 meter resolution. Data collected by the Earth Observation ...


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