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