|Title||Potential NDVI as a baseline for monitoring ecosystem functioning|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2000|
|Authors||Stoms, DM, Hargrove, WW|
|Journal||International Journal of Remote Sensing|
|Keywords||AVHRR, California, GAP, managed areas, NDVI, net primary production, NPP, Oregon, regression tree analysis, time integrated NDVI, Washington|
Baseline data are needed to determine the overall magnitude and direction of change in ecosystem functioning. This letter presents an approach to estimate potential NDVI from environmental variables and training data of actual NDVI in nature reserves. Patterns of deviations of actual NDVI from the baseline generally correspond with land-use types in the western United States.
|URL||<Go to ISI>://000084681200014|