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ABoVE: Hyperspectral Imagery AVIRIS-NG, 2017-2019 V2

Submitted by ORNL DAAC Staff on 2023-02-06
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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.

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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.
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Aboveground Vegetation Structure for Herbaceous Wetlands across MRD

Submitted by ORNL DAAC Staff on 2022-09-29
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Aboveground vegetation sorted by species into biomass and necromass components.

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Mean stem diameter, mean height, dominant species, hydrogeomorphic zone, and stem density for vegetation in herbaceous wetlands collected in southeastern coastal Louisiana.

Post-Fire and Unburned Vegetation Community & Field Data, NWT, Canada, 2017

Submitted by ORNL DAAC Staff on 2022-09-29
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Researchers collecting data on vegetation and biophysical characteristics at a study site in Northwest Territories of Canada that was burned by wildfires in 2014-2015.

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Vegetation community characteristics, soil moisture, and biophysical data collected in 2017 from 11 study sites in the ABoVE Study area.
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ABoVE: Burned Area, Depth, and Combustion, 2001-2019

Submitted by ORNL DAAC Staff on 2022-09-29
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Total burned area (a), total carbon emissions (b), mean combustion (c), and mean burn depth (d) between 2001-2019 aggregated to a 70 km grid. Note that burned area (a) covers all of Alaska and Canada whereas all other metrics cover the ABoVE extended domain.

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Annual gridded estimates of fire locations and associated burn fraction per pixel for Alaska and Canada at approximately 500 m spatial resolution for the period 2001-2019.
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