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1 The University of New Mexico Continual Compositing of NDVI MODIS Products for Theresa R. Watson, Richard P. Watson, Louis A. Scuderi, Enrique Montaño, & Crystal M. Krause International EOS/NPP Direct Readout Meeting 2005 Benevento, Italy * October 3-6, 2005 High Temporal Frequency Vegetation Monitoring

2 The University of New Mexico Overview -CREATE -Current Vegetation Products -Need for local products -Using Continual Daily Products -Projects -Future Approaches

3 The University of New Mexico CREATE Center for Rapid Environmental Assessment & Terrain Evaluation The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, USA Direct Broadcast Center with m X-Band Antenna m L-Band Antenna 5-Node Processing Cluster 17.5 TeraBytes On-line Storage

4 The University of New Mexico

5 Seasonality Green-up, Senescence Local Precipitation Events Drought Conditions Disease Monitoring Large Scale Death (Climate Change) Monitoring Vegetation on a Finer Temporal Scale

6 The University of New Mexico Monitoring Vegetation on a Finer Temporal Scale Seasonality Green-up, Senescence Agriculture

7 The University of New Mexico Monitoring Vegetation on a Finer Temporal Scale Local Precipitation Events in Semi-Arid Lands Drought Conditions

8 The University of New Mexico Monitoring Vegetation on a Finer Temporal Scale Mortality, Large-Scale Die Off Disease Monitoring

9 The University of New Mexico Monitoring Vegetation on a Finer Temporal Scale Mortality, Large-Scale Die Off Disease Monitoring

10 The University of New Mexico Monitoring Vegetation on a Finer Temporal Scale Mortality, Large-Scale Die Off Disease Monitoring

11 The University of New Mexico Monitoring Vegetation on a Finer Temporal Scale Mortality, Large-Scale Die Off Disease Monitoring

12 The University of New Mexico Monitoring Vegetation on a Finer Temporal Scale Mortality, Large-Scale Die Off Disease Monitoring

13 The University of New Mexico Current NDVI Products DAAC 16 Day NDVI DB IMAPP Daily NDVI With or Without Cloudmask DB DAAC Daily NDVI With or Without Cloudmask

14 The University of New Mexico Current Products Insufficient for Finer Temporal Scale Research & Application DAAC 16 Day NDVI Insufficient for Finer Temporal Scale Daily NDVI Cloud Problems Angle Problems (BRDF), Edge factors

15 The University of New Mexico Study of Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Arid and Semi-Arid lands compromise 47% of Land Surface Grazing occurs on 25% of land surface

16 The University of New Mexico Study of Arid and Semi-Arid Lands NEW MEXICO 9-10 inches of rain per year 75-80% Sunshine

17 The University of New Mexico Continual NDVI Products Running NDVI Products Max Values Mean Values 16-Day 8-Day 5-Day 4-Day

18 The University of New Mexico Static NDVI 16-Day Composite NDVI

19 The University of New Mexico

20 Running NDVI

21 The University of New Mexico Study Areas Agricultural San Luis Valley, CO, USA Semi-Desert Region Sevilleta Wildlife Refuge, LTER Project, NM, USA Open Grassland BLM grazing lands - Eastern New Mexico, NM, USA

22 The University of New Mexico San Luis Valley, CO One of the largest high desert valleys in the world, lying at an altitude of over 7,000 feet, it is approximately 125 miles long and over 65 miles wide.

23 The University of New Mexico San Luis Valley, CO

24 The University of New Mexico San Luis Valley, CO Agriculture Potatoes Beer Barley Alfalfa Lettuce Carrots

25 The University of New Mexico Sevilleta Wildlife Area Long Term Ecological Research Station Semi-arid grassland/desert

26 The University of New Mexico Sevilleta Wildlife Area

27 The University of New Mexico Grassland Counties of New Mexico

28 The University of New Mexico Comparison of Four-Day Running NDVI to DAAC 16-Day NDVI 16-Day period over Precipitation Event in June 2005

29 The University of New Mexico Comparison of Four-Day Running NDVI to DAAC 16-Day NDVI 16-Day period over Precipitation Event in June 2005

30 The University of New Mexico Comparison of Four-Day Running NDVI to DAAC 16-Day NDVI 16-Day period over Precipitation Event in June 2005

31 The University of New Mexico Future Research Comparison of 8-, 5-, and 4-day Running Composites Incorporation of Various Cloud Masks Incorporation of BRDF Longer-Term comparisons, Multiple Events

32 The University of New Mexico Thank you

33 The University of New Mexico

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36 Cloud/NDVI Threshold

37 The University of New Mexico Daily Mean vs. Running 4-Day Mean

38 The University of New Mexico Daily Mean vs. Running 4-Day Mean

39 The University of New Mexico Daily Mean vs. Running 4-Day Mean


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