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Two fractional cover decile products, green cover and total cover, are currently produced from the historical timeseries of seasonal fractional cover images. These products compare, at the per-pixel level, the level of cover for the specific season of interest against the long term cover for that same season. For each pixel, all cover values for the relevant seasons within a baseline period (1988 to 2013) are classified into deciles. The cover value for the pixel in the season of interest is then classified according to the decile in which it falls.
These decile datasets are an excellent way of identifying areas of low or high cover, relative to what is typical for that location and season.
Summary of processing: Seasonal composite of fractional cover > baseline statistics > seasonal cover deciles.
Further details are provided in the Methods section.
How to cite this collection:
Department of Environment and Science, Queensland Government (2013): Seasonal cover deciles - Landsat, JRSRP algorithm, Australia coverage. Version 1.0.0. Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN). Dataset. https://portal.tern.org.au/seasonal-cover-deciles-australia-coverage/22027
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