Green Accumulation Index - Landsat, JRSRP algorithm, NSW

Shows how long an area stays green following a greening event, such as grass growth in response to rainfall. The map of green accumulation for NSW was created from Landsat images from 1988 to 2012. Areas exhibiting the highest values are the areas of NSW that respond with high green cover for a long period after a greening event.

    Landsat, water, cover, JRSRP
    CC-BY 4.0
    30 m resolution; NSW
    Single layer derived from data in the period 1988 to 2012
    One-off, no update planned

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