Evaluation of MODIS NDVI and NDWI for vegetation drought monitoring using Oklahoma Mesonet soil moisture data

@inproceedings{Gu2008EvaluationOM,
  title={Evaluation of MODIS NDVI and NDWI for vegetation drought monitoring using Oklahoma Mesonet soil moisture data},
  author={Yingxin Gu and Eric T. Hunt and Brian D. Wardlow and Jeffrey B. Basara and Jesslyn F. Brown and James P. Verdin},
  year={2008}
}
[1] The evaluation of the relationship between satellitederived vegetation indices (normalized difference vegetation index and normalized difference water index) and soil moisture improves our understanding of how these indices respond to soil moisture fluctuations. Soil moisture deficits are ultimately tied to drought stress on plants. The diverse terrain and climate of Oklahoma, the extensive soil moisture network of the Oklahoma Mesonet, and satellitederived indices from the Moderate… CONTINUE READING
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