NDVI Max by Year
This report shows the Max NDVI for a given year. Max NDVI refers to the maximum NDVI value for each 10x10 square meter area for the growing season. Since Sentinel readings are taken every 5 days since 2018 (every 10 in 2017), we are able to search through each growing season of data and find the highest NDVI value for each 10 x 10 meter square within an area(field). This means that the Max NDVI maps have data from potentially many different dates.
This report shows the NDVI Max for up to 4 years. 2017 is the first year data is availabe.
NDVI Single Date
This report allows the access to individual dates for the selected area. It also gives a true-color image of the area around the boundary of interest for cloud determination.
NDVI Soil Map
To see a comparison of the yearly Max NDVI and the soil properties for a selected area, including productivity index, select this report.
This layer, called the Maximum NDVI, will allow the Max NDVI for a chosen year to be represented on the main map interface, approximately a 2x2 mile area. (Shown, at left, with overlying topography contours).