The satellite- derived phenology is computed on the long-term average of 10-day MODIS NDVI data produced by BOKU University starting from MOD13A2 and MYD13A2 V006 16-DAY Global data at 1 km resolution. Phenology was extracted using the SPIRITS software applied to the historical average of the smoothed NDVI over the period 2003-2016. For each pixel, the number of growing season per year (i.e. one or two) is retrieved.
- Michele Meroni
How to cite
Meroni, Michele (2018): Global land surface phenology - Number of growing seasons. European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-10112-10008
The tiff file contains the number of growing season (i.e. one or two) per year for each pixel.
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