Using IRS Products to Recover 7ETM+ Defective Images

@inproceedings{Reza2008UsingIP,
  title={Using IRS Products to Recover 7ETM+ Defective Images},
  author={Mobasheri Mohammad Reza and Sadeghi Naeini Ali},
  year={2008}
}
On May 31st, 2003, Landsat 7 faced an anomaly in the Scan Line Corrector (SLC) normal operation. This malfunctioning of SLC caused the individual scan lines alternately overlap each other and consequently produce large gaps at the edges of the image. Regarding the unique specification of ETM+ sensor on board of Landsat-7 satellite such as its spectral bands in the shortwave IR and TIR region and its suitable spatial resolution which is ideal for most of the scientific researches, a technique… CONTINUE READING

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