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  • Northwest Territories, Canada
  • Masthead platform instrument info Landsat 8 and Models
  • Masthead date range 2014

Burn Severity Maps

This image shows landscape surface burn severity from the 2014 fires in the Plains of the Northwest Territories, Canada. Burn severity ranges from unburned (light blue) to singed (yellow) to severe (red). Water is shown in dark blue. The 2014 fires burned approximately 8.6 million acres.

Models from Field and Satellite Data

Field observations and phenologically paired pre- and post-fire Landsat 8 images were combined with model data to compile a burn severity index across the region. This dataset is part of NASA’s Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE) and available through ONRL DAAC.


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