Two examples of uncorrected and corrected months Canada-Alaska domain. The correction is applied to pixels > 500 m, so the correction is seen primarily in mountainous areas. Figure from Lober et al. (in review).
Bias-corrected IMERG monthly precipitation data for Alaska & Canada from June 2000 - December 2020.
ATL08 data visualized along-track (100m step size), showing the estimated ground elevation, estimated canopy top height, and the individual photon return heights with their classifications. Image credit: Amy Neuenschwander, Center for Space Research, University of Texas.
ATL08 data is available to order via ORNL DAAC's MODIS/VIIRS Global Subsets tool.
RGB composite image of the Atchafalaya and Terrebonne basins (R=Bathymetry, G=NIR of 1st quarter, B=NIR of 3rd quarter) highlighting the various ecological and geomorphological features of the landscape.
This product delineates the Mississippi River Delta (MRD) landscape into distinct small contiguous areas of land with similar ecological and geomorphological characteristics.
A portion of the quicklook image from flight line ang20170714t212855 over Barrow, Alaska on July 14, 2017. Two sites (AB_B10_L001_FL175_PipelineLake and AB_B10_L003_FL175_PipelineLake) of interest to the ABoVE project are visible. Flight altitude was approximately 5,400 m with very thin cirrus cloud cover.
Level 1 radiance and Level 2 surface reflectance measured by the AVIRIS-NG instrument during flights over the ABoVE domain from June to August in 2017 and July to August in 2018 and 2019.