Giving Ecological Meaning to Satellite-Derived Fire Severity Metrics across North American Forests

@article{Parks2019GivingEM,
  title={Giving Ecological Meaning to Satellite-Derived Fire Severity Metrics across North American Forests},
  author={S. Parks and L. Holsinger and M. J. Koontz and L. Collins and E. Whitman and M. Parisien and R. Loehman and J. Barnes and Jean-François Bourdon and J. Boucher and Y. Boucher and A. Caprio and A. Collingwood and R. Hall and Jane Park and L. Saperstein and C. Smetanka and Rebecca J. Smith and Nicholas O. Soverel},
  journal={Remote. Sens.},
  year={2019},
  volume={11},
  pages={1735}
}
Satellite-derived spectral indices such as the relativized burn ratio (RBR) allow fire severity maps to be produced in a relatively straightforward manner across multiple fires and broad spatial extents. These indices often have strong relationships with field-based measurements of fire severity, thereby justifying their widespread use in management and science. However, satellite-derived spectral indices have been criticized because their non-standardized units render them difficult to… Expand
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