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Global Man-made Impervious Surface (GMIS) Dataset From Landsat, v1 (2010)
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View and download GMIS data set by country, tile, shapefile, rectangle or polygon. Data are available at 30m, 250m, and 1km resolutions in either geographic or UTM projection.
Explore the map layers from the GMIS data set and the companion HBASE data set, including the uncertainity layers, in a 4-panel map view. You can compare different map layers or different areas of the same map layer, zoom-in to native data resolution of 30m, query pixel values, display a layer full-screen, and do much more.