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Riparian vegetation map of the Pilbara region, WA

Edith Cowan University
Masoomeh Alaibakhsh (Aggregated by) Olga Barron (Aggregated by) Irina Emelyanova (Aggregated by)
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Landsat 5 TM Standard Terrain Corrected (Level 1T) imagery was used to delineate riparian vegetation. The study area of the research (Pilbara region except the eastern desert) is covered by 16 intersecting Landsat scenes. For each LS, three cloud-free Landsat images acquired at the end dates of the three hydrological years 1992, 1999 and 2009 (one image per year), were downloaded from the USGS website (www.usgs.gov) and calibrated for top of atmosphere reflectance. Max latitude: 20°0′0″ S Min latitude: 25°0′0″ S Max longitude: 121°0′0″ E Min longitude: 113°25′0″ E Coordinate reference system: WGS84

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