Land-Cover Change Detection Using Multi-Temporal MODIS NDVI Data

@inproceedings{Lunetta2006LandCoverCD,
  title={Land-Cover Change Detection Using Multi-Temporal MODIS NDVI Data},
  author={Ross S. Lunetta and Joseph F. Knight and Jayantha Ediriwickrema and John G. Lyon and L. Dorsey Worthy},
  year={2006}
}
Monitoring the locations and distributions of land-cover changes is important for establishing linkages between policy decisions, regulatory actions and subsequent land-use activities. Past studies incorporating two-date change detection using Landsat data have tended to be performance limited for applications in biologically complex systems. This study explored the use of 250 m multi-temporal MODIS NDVI 16-day composite data to provide an automated change detection and alarm capability on a 1… CONTINUE READING
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