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Three Parks Savanna Fire-effects Plot Network: Fire Scar Mapping, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia, 2014

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Dr Andrew Edwards (Associated with) Dr Peter Jacklyn (Managed by) Professor Jeremy Russell-Smith (Owned by)
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Geotiff Images of fire affected areas in Kakadu National Park for the year 2014 based on the NASA Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS). These Images are clipped from geotiff images of fire affected areas in far northern Australia available from North Australian Fire Information (NAFI) website. The images have a resolution of 250 m (pixel size) and each burnt pixel is tagged with the month that covers the largest part of the date interval in which the burnt pixel was detected. These data cover Kakadu National Park, but are part of a larger data set that extends across far northern WA down to 21 degrees S, across the entire NT (down to 26 degrees S) and all of Qld (down to 29 degrees S). The NAFI mapping covers the years 2000 to present and since 2012, the mapping also includes northern SA down to 29 degrees S. Mapping landscapes north of 20 degrees S in WA, NT and Qld has been validated by aerial and on-ground transects across northern Australia.

Data time period: 2014 to 2014

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133.00257,-12.11059 133.00257,-13.94659 131.88766,-13.94659 131.88766,-12.11059 133.00257,-12.11059

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text: Kakadu National Park: the mapping is clipped to the boundary of Kakadu National Park, NT from fire scar mapping that extends across northern Australia, inclusive of all the Northern Territory.

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