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This resource is a repository of the map products for the Annual Irrigation Maps - High Plains Aquifer (AIM-HPA) dataset produced from Landsat satellite data in Deines et al. 2019. The maps cover a 608,260 km2 area across the High Plains Aquifer in the United States. AIM-HPA provides annual irrigation maps for 34 years (1984-2017). Please see Deines et al. 2019 for full details. If needed, copies can be requested from the author at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deines, J.M., A.D. Kendall, M.A. Crowley, J. Rapp, J.A. Cardille, and D.W. Hyndman. 2019. Mapping three decades of annual irrigation across the US High Plains Aquifer using Landsat and Google Earth Engine. Remote Sensing of Environment 233:111400. DOI: 10.1016/j.rse.2019.111400
Map products are projected in EPSG:5070 - CONUS Albers Equal Area, NAD83
Resolution: 30 m
Raster value key:
0 = NoData, outside of study boundary
1 = Irrigated
2 = Not irrigated
Corresponding author: Jillian Deines, email@example.com
Disclaimer: Irrigation maps are produced for research purposes and have an associated classification accuracy estimated to be ~91%. Overall, they are able to capture about 85% of the variation in county irrigated area statistics provided by USDA NASS. Please see Deines et al. 2019 for further detail on the methods underlying map production and estimated accuracies across years.
AIM-HPA can also be accessed directly from Google Earth Engine via the following publicly shared asset ID: "projects/h2yo/IrrigationMaps/AIM/AIM-HPA/AIM-HPA_Deines_etal_RSE_v01_1984-2017"
Example: var aimhpa = ee.Image("projects/h2yo/IrrigationMaps/AIM/AIM-HPA/AIM-HPA_Deines_etal_RSE_v01_1984-2017");
Example GEE code editor script for exporting maps from GEE: https://code.earthengine.google.com/e7623e04f410879b5d16b724dee94d0c
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This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
|Agency Name||Award Title||Award Number|
|National Science Foundation||CLASS: Coupled Landscape, Atmospheric, and Socioeconomic Systems (High Plains Aquifer)||WSC 1039180|
|NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship Program||Groundwater and Economic Sustainability in Agricultural Systems Under Climate Change: A Coupled Human-Natural Systems Approach||14-EARTH14F-198|
|USDA NIFA||Developing and Promoting Water-, Nutrient-, and Climate-Smart Technologies to Help US Agricultural Systems Adapt to Climate and Social Changes||2015-68007-23133|
|INFEWS, supported by NSF and USDA-NIFA||Developing Pathways Toward Sustainable Irrigation across the United States Using Process-based Systems Models (SIRUS)||2018-67003-27406|
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