Landsat view of western Lake District

Landsat view of western Lake District

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Caption: The Lake District seen from space. False-colour view of the north-west portion of the Lake District, made by a Landsat satellite. In this image, red indicates pasture and cereal crops, pale blue shows bare fields, olive green is upland scrub and rough grass, and dark brown is forested. Towns are shown in pale blue/grey - such as Cockermouth (top left) and Keswick (centre right). The lakes seen here are Bassenthwaite Lake (top centre), Derwent Water (centre right), Crummock Water (lower left of centre), Buttermere (bottom centre) and Ennerdale Water (bottom left). The peak of Skiddaw (937 metres) is at top right.

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Keywords: britain, british isles, derwent water, earth science, from space, great, keswick, lake district, sciences, uk, united kingdom

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