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Using Google Earth Engine to Evaluate Spatial Extent Changes of Bear Lake


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Abstract

This project aims to use remote sensing data from the Landsata database from Google Earth Engine to evaluate the spatial extent changes in the Bear Lake located between the US states of Utah and Idaho. This work is part of a term project submitted to Dr Alfonso Torres-Rua as a requirment to pass the Remote Sensing of Land Surfaces class (CEE6003). More information about the course is provided below. This project uses the geemap Python package (https://github.com/giswqs/geemap) for dealing with the google earth engine datasets. The content of this notebook can be used to:

learn how to retrive the Landsat 8 remote sensed data. The same functions and methodology can also be used to get the data of other Landsat satallites and other satallites such as Sentinel-2, Sentinel-3 and many others. However, slight changes might be required when dealing with other satallites then Landsat.
Learn how to create time lapse images that visulaize changes in some parameters over time.
Learn how to use supervised classification to track the changes in the spatial extent of water bodies such as Bear Lake that is located between the US states of Utah and Idaho.
Learn how to use different functions and tools that are part of the geemap Python package. More information about the geemap Pyhton package can be found at https://github.com/giswqs/geemap and https://github.com/diviningwater/RS_of_Land_Surfaces_laboratory
Course information:

Name: Remote Sensing of Land Surfaces class (CEE6003)
Instructor: Alfonso Torres-Rua (alfonso.torres@usu.edu)
School: Utah State University
Semester: Spring semester 2023

Subject Keywords

Coverage

Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
North Latitude
42.2462°
East Longitude
-110.9306°
South Latitude
41.7379°
West Longitude
-111.6200°

Temporal

Start Date:
End Date:

Content

readme.txt

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###	Motasem S Abualqumboz
###	Utah State University
###	Motasem.abualqumboz@usu.edu
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Abualqumboz, M. (2023). Using Google Earth Engine to Evaluate Spatial Extent Changes of Bear Lake, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/fec47a05c2d94e68aef39f33ae07165d

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