Near Real-Time Disturbance Detection Using Satellite Image Time Series : Drought Detection in Somalia

@inproceedings{Verbesselt2012NearRD,
  title={Near Real-Time Disturbance Detection Using Satellite Image Time Series : Drought Detection in Somalia},
  author={Jan Verbesselt and Achim Zeileis and Martin Herold},
  year={2012}
}
Near real-time monitoring of ecosystem disturbances is critical for rapidly assessing and addressing impacts on carbon dynamics, biodiversity, and socio-ecological processes. Satellite remote sensing enables cost-effective and accurate monitoring at frequent time steps over large areas. Yet, generic methods to detect disturbances within newly captured satellite images are lacking. We propose a multi-purpose time-series-based disturbance detection approach that identifies and models stable… CONTINUE READING
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