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Evaporative fraction calculated using the "Triangle Method" (Carlson, 2013) for the Ogden, UT metropolitan area using Landsat 8 imagery during the 2016 and 2017 growing seasons. Only images that were cloud-free over Eagle Lake Golf Course in Roy, UT during the overpass are included.
Source: USGS and Google Earth Engine
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WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Ogden Metropolitan Area
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|Band and Tag Descriptions||Bands: Band 1: TOA Brightness Temperature (‘Tir’, 100m resolution downscaled to 30m) Band 2: Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (‘NDVI’, 30m resolution) Band 3: Evaporative Fraction (‘EF’, 30m resolution) Tags: ‘ndvis’, ‘ndvio’, ‘tir_max’, ‘tir_min’ : Maximum and Minimum values used to normalize NDVI and Tir values for the triangle method ‘warm_edge’ : Equation of the “Warm Edge” line as described in Carlson 2013|
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Miksch, M. (2018). Ogden Metro Landsat 8 2016-2017, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/51dcc38378b0440b83a67a385e748f60
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