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8-day Vegetation optical depth (VOD) and normalised difference vegetation index (NDVI)- based estimated degree of curing (DOC) for Australia v1-0

Also known as: DOC_VOD_NDVI_5KM_8DAY
ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science
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Access to this dataset is free, the users are free to download this dataset and share it with others and adapt it as long as they credit the dataset owners, provide a link to the license, and if changes were made, indicate it clearly and distribute their contributions under the same license as the original, commercial use is not permitted.

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 This is a gridded degree of curing (DOC) dataset over Australia based on vegetation optical depth (VOD) and normalised difference vegetation index (NDVI) that can reasonably reproduce groundbased observations in space and time.

The gridded DOC data is produced via estimation models using the VOD dataset from AMSR-E (0.1 degree; 8-day) and NDVI dataset from MODIS Terra MOD09A1 (0.005 degree; 8-day). The estimation models are derived from the calibration and evaluation of VOD and NDVI datset with field observed DOC over Australia. Matlab was used for the calibration and evaluation of these models

There are 2 variations based on the following estimation models:

DOC_M1 = 145.57-260.82(NDVI)+137.19(VOD)(NDVI)

DOC_M2 = 48.70+147.60(VOD)-259.95(VOD)(NDVI)

The domain covered is Australia with a 0.05 degree spatial resolution. Temporal resolution is 8-day composites from 04/07/2002 to 26/06/2011 .

 

Created: 01/05/2018

Data time period: 04/07/2002 to

112.00,-10.00 112.00,-43.95 153.95,-43.95 153.95,-10.00 112.00,-10.00

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