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Site Location: Winton

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ETM+ Bands 321 Zoomed

ETM+ Bands 321 Zoomed

ETM+ Bands 321

ETM+ Bands 321

Location (City, State, Country): Winton, Outside north-west edge of Bladensburg National Park, Queensland, Australia
Altitude above sea level (meters): 209
Center Latitude,Longitude (Degrees): -22.52 , +142.94
Landsat WRS-2 Path/Row: 96 / 76
Size of Usable Area (km): 0.2 x 0.2
Owner: Unavailable
Researcher: Dr Peter Scarth – Senior Scientist, Climate Impacts and Natural Resource Systems
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Purpose: TBD
Description: Clay pan surrounded by shrubs and grassland.

Google Earth: General area too spatially heterogeneous to use, but site of interest is a small area with a bright whitish surface. Imagery too coarse to see detail but may not be quite as spatially homogeneous as Dunrobin and Warrabin sites. Could be good for small-footprint instruments.

Support Data: TBD
Suitability: TBD
Limitations: TBD

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ETM+ Bands 321 Site Parameters
ETM+ Bands 321 Site Parameters
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