WSWC – NASA Western Water Applications Office (WWAO) Research to Operations (R2O) Workshop

VENUE: National Academy of Sciences Beckman Center 100 Academy, Irvine, California 92617 OVERVIEW: NASA provides data and information to assist state, local and federal water agencies in responding to complex problems through its Earth observations, tools and scientific expertise. Water managers recognize the value of NASA’s capabilities for decision support, though it has been challenging

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NASA’s Commitment to Landsat

"The Landsat series of satellites is a cornerstone of our Earth observing capability. The world relies on Landsat data to detect and measure land cover/land use change, the health of ecosystems, and water availability. The President's FY2016 request recognizes Landsat's critical importance and sets out a multi-decadal plan for an Earth-observing architecture that ensures data continuity