Iowa normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) data

Description

Normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) values derived from satellite image data from southwest Iowa and eastern Nebraska in July 2006. These are 792 values, representing NDVI at each pixel on a rectangle with 33 rows and 24 columns. The cities of Des Moines, Omaha/Council Bluffs, and Lincoln are included in the rectangular area.

Usage

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Format

A vector of 792 integer values. The data are in row-major order.

Source

http://glcf.umiacs.umd.edu/data/gimms/

References

Pinzon, J., Brown, M.E. and Tucker, C.J., 2005. Satellite time series correction of orbital drift artifacts using empirical mode decomposition. In: N. Huang (Editor), Hilbert-Huang Transform: Introduction and Applications, pp. 167-186.

Tucker, C.J., J. E. Pinzon, M. E. Brown, D. Slayback, E. W. Pak, R. Mahoney, E. Vermote and N. El Saleous (2005), An Extended AVHRR 8-km NDVI Data Set Compatible with MODIS and SPOT Vegetation NDVI Data. International Journal of Remote Sensing, Vol 26:20, pp 4485-5598.

See Also

plot2Q

Examples

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