Interactive web application for single and comparative views of he normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI). NDVI is a simple graphical indicator that can be used to analyze remote sensing measurements and assess whether the target being observed contains live green vegetation or not.
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NDVI Greenness Maps
What can I do with these data?
- View current and past vegetation prodcuts and individual or compare images. Map also allows you to overlay vegetation products with other measurements (temperature, precipitation, humidity, etc.)
How do I use the site?
- Interactive Map: Use the Control Panel to select between dates, raster options and measurement options.
- Select “Update Map” to apply changes
- Download map in Google Earth .KMZ or in GeoTIFF files by selecting “Download” button at the bottom left of the interactive map
NDVI Greenness Map: USFS Wildland Fire Assessment interactive map application that includes NDVI maps
NDVI Map Images and Archive: Maps for NDVI, Visual Greenness, Relative Greenness, and Departure from Average Greenness. These maps are composited weekly and have 1.1-kilometer (0.6 mile) spatial resolution.
Data Source: National Environmental Satellite Data and Information Service
Data Type: Satellite
Period of Record: 6 Jan 2000 to Present
Data Format: geotiff kml