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Beginner's Guide to Landsat
GeoCover Satellite Images


Landsat images contain valuable and interesting information about the earth. With a little practice and knowledge you can easily recognize many different earth features and landscapes.

This tutorial will help you appreciate how different types of ground cover are represented on a Landsat GeoCover image. After completing the tutorial you should be able to view our US State, US City, World City and World Country Landsat images with a higher level of understanding.

satellite images of cities
Cities
satellite images of lakes, rivers and swamps
Water Features
satellite images of forests, mountains and forest fires
Forests, Mountains and Fires
 
satellite images of agriculture
Agriculture
satellite images of volcanoes
Volcanoes
satellite images of glaciers
Glaciers
 
Satellite images of deserts and sand dunes
Deserts
Satellite images of deltas and alluvial fans
Alluvial Fans and Deltas
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Clouds
 

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