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1. Weekly Fire Data for Brazil in AVHRR Images [FIREBR]
Active fires are detected on a daily basis on AVHRR channel 3 (3.7um) images in the period of June/01- Nov/30. Weekly composites containing fire counts for grid cells of 0.5 degrees


2. LBA-ECO LC-08 Passive Ground-based Fire Data, Para and Mato Grosso Brazil: 2001-2002 [LC08_FIRE_OBSERVATIONS]
This data set reports observations of fires in the vicinity of Maraba, Para, Brazil, from November 3-5th, 2001, and in Mato Grosso, Brazil, between Cuiaba and Alta Floresta, for July 12-15th, 2002.


3. Burning Monitoring in Brazil [IGBP-DIS_FIRE_BRAZIL]
The Fire Product: Burning Monitoring in Brazil was part of the International Geosphere-Biosphere... The first year (1991) covers the entire country of Brazil. Counts of fires in each grid cell (1.5 deg x 1


4. LBA-ECO LC-02 GOES-08 Hot Pixel Data from Acre, Brazil: 1998, 2000, and 2001 [LC02_GOES_HOTPIXEL_ACRE]
This data set provides hot pixel data, as an indicator of fires that were detected by the GOES-8 satellite for the state of Acre, Brazil. Image data were collected for extended periods


5. LBA-ECO LC-08 Passive Ground-based Fire Data, Para and Mato Grosso Brazil: 2001-2002 [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/1095_1]
This data set reports observations of fires in the vicinity of Maraba, Para, Brazil, from November 3-5th, 2001, and in Mato Grosso, Brazil, between Cuiaba and Alta Floresta, for July 12-15th, 2002.


6. Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation Brazil (SCAR-B) AERONET (AErosol RObotic NETwork) Data [SCAR_B_AERONET_1]
SCAR_B_AERONET data are Smoke, Clouds and Radiation Brazil (SCARB) Aerosol Robotic Network (AERONET) data for aerosol characterization.Smoke/Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation - Brazil (SCAR-B) data


7. LBA-ECO LC-02 Forest Flammability Data, Catuaba Experimental Farm, Acre, Brazil: 1998 [LC02_FOREST_FLAMMABILITY_ACRE]
Brazil. Controlled burns were conducted in 1998, and the rate of fire spread was calculated based on the duration of the fire and the measured extent of the burned area. Environmental variables measured


8. LBA-ECO LC-23 CHARACTERIZATION OF VEGETATION FIRE DYNAMICS FOR BRAZIL: 2001-2003 [lba_lc23_vfd]
on both the Terra and Aqua platforms, for 2001- 2003 to characterize fire activity in Brazil, giving special... et al.2003).Resulting fire counts were compared for major biomes of Brazil (Figure 1), the nine states of the Legal


9. SPOT HRV Data held by the National Institute for Space Research (INPE), Brazil [INPE_SP_HRV]
within Brazil. The HRV tapes recorded at Cuiaba are air shipped to the processing... countries* are handled by INTERSAT, the SPOT Image representative in Brazil (Al. Jose


10. LBA-ECO LC-08 Passive Ground-based Fire Data, Para and Mato Grosso Brazil: 2001-2002 [LC08_FIRE_OBSERVATIONS_1095_1]
This data set reports observations of fires in the vicinity of Maraba, Para, Brazil, from November 3-5th, 2001, and in Mato Grosso, Brazil, between Cuiaba and Alta Floresta, for July 12-15th, 2002.


11. Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation Brazil (SCAR-B) AERONET (AErosol RObotic NETwork) Data [SCAR_B_AERONET]
SCAR_B_AERONET data are Smoke, Clouds and Radiation Brazil (SCARB) Aerosol Robotic Network (AERONET) data for aerosol characterization. Smoke/Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation - Brazil (SCAR-B) data


12. Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation Brazil (SCAR-B) AVIRIS Data [SCAR_B_AVIRIS]
SCAR_B_AVIRIS data are Smoke, Clouds and Radiation Brazil (SCAR-B) Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) Spectral Images Data. Smoke/Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation - Brazil


13. LBA-ECO TG-10 Fire Emission Factors in Mato Grosso, Para, and Amazonas, Brazil: 2004 [TG10_TROFFEE]
from the Tropical Forest and Fire Emissions Experiment (TROFFEE). TROFFEE used laboratory measurements followed by airborne and ground based field campaigns in Mato Grosso, Para, and Amazonas, Brazil


14. LANDSAT TM Data held by the National Institute for Space Research (INPE), Brazil [INPE_LS_TM]   CHILD METADATA
INPE's only receiving station for Landsat TM is located in Cuiaba, MT (geographic coordinates approx. 15.5S/56.0W). Data were always acquired in a routine fashion, initially over Brazil


15. LBA-ECO ND-07 Microbial Biomass in Cerrado Soils, Brasilia, Brazil [LBA_ND07_PLFA_SOILS]
a woodlands-savannah area, in Brasilia, Brazil. Microbial biomass was determined as the total concentration... in two native areas of Cerrado that were subjected to a range of fire regimes. Two plots


16. LBA-ECO CD-05 Understory Fuel Stick Moisture, km 67 Site, Para, Brazil: 1998-2000 [CD05_REE_FUEL_STICK_MOISTURE]
This data set contains moisture content measurements for fuel sticks located in the forest understory of the rainfall exclusion experimental site, Tapajos National Forest, Para, Brazil.


17. LBA-ECO LC-23 ASTER AND MODIS FIRE DATA COMPARISON FOR BRAZIL: 2003-2004 [LBA-ECO_LC23_AMFD]
MODIS fire detection product and Brazil's National Institute for Space Research (INPE) algorithm....This data set contains data associated with MODIS fire maps generated


18. LBA-ECO LC-23 VEGETATION FIRE DATA, RORAIMA , BRAZIL: 2003 [LC23_VFD_2003]
over Roraima state - Brazil covering a strip of approximately 180 X 60 km each on January 19 and 28, 2003. Each date has one prescribed burn and many other opportunistic fires. Data format is ASTER L1B


19. LBA-ECO LC-23 Characterization of Vegetation Fire Dynamics for Brazil: 2001-2003 [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/843_1]
on both the Terra and Aqua platforms, for 2001- 2003 to characterize fire activity in Brazil, giving special... et al.2003).Resulting fire counts were compared for major biomes of Brazil (Figure 1), the nine states of the Legal


20. PRE-LBA SMOKE, CLOUDS, AND RADIATION - BRAZIL (SCAR-B) DATA [PRE_LBA_SCAR-B]
This data set contains meteorological data, reanalysis data, remote sensing images, and data on atmospheric composition collected during the Smoke, Clouds, and Radiation - Brazil (SCAR-B) experiment.


21. LANDSAT MSS Data held by the National Institute for Space Research (INPE), Brazil [INPE_LS_MSS]   CHILD METADATA
INPE's only receiving station for Landsat MSS was located in Cuiaba, MT (geographic coordinates approx. 15.5S/56.0W). Data were acquired routinely over the entire range from ...


22. Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation Brazil (SCAR-B) University of Washington C131A Data [SCAR_B_UWC131A_1]
SCAR_B_UWC131A data are Smoke/Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation Experiment in Brazil data... and Radiation - Brazil (SCAR-B) data include physical and chemical components of the Earth's surface,


23. LBA-ECO LC-23 Characterization of Vegetation Fire Dynamics for Brazil: 2001-2003 [lba_lc23_vfd_843_1]
on both the Terra and Aqua platforms, for 2001- 2003 to characterize fire activity in Brazil, giving special... et al.2003).Resulting fire counts were compared for major biomes of Brazil (Figure 1), the nine states of the Legal


24. Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation Brazil (SCAR-B) University of Washington C131A Data [SCAR_B_UWC131A]
SCAR_B_UWC131A data are Smoke/Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation Experiment in Brazil data... and Radiation - Brazil (SCAR-B) data include physical and chemical components of the Earth's


25. LBA-ECO CD-05 Forest Understory Fuel Loads, Paragominas, Para, Brazil: 2001 [CD05_FUEL_LOADS]
This data set contains estimates of understory fuel loads (forest litter) at six locations near Paragominas in Northeastern Amazonia. Samples were collected from three different forest conditions: ...


26. LBA-ECO CD-11 Biophysical Measurements of Logged and Fire-Treated Forests, Brazil [CD11_FOREST_DEGRADATION]
Paragominas, Para; and Alo Brasil, Mato Grosso, Brazil, from 2001-2003. At each site, plots and transects within plots, were defined that represented different types of logging and fire treatments,


27. LBA-ECO LC-02 Forest Flammability Data, Catuaba Experimental Farm, Acre, Brazil: 1998 [LC02_FOREST_FLAMMABILITY_ACRE_1089_1]
Brazil. Controlled burns were conducted in 1998, and the rate of fire spread was calculated based on the duration of the fire and the measured extent of the burned area. Environmental variables measured


28. LBA-ECO TG-10 Fire Emission Factors in Mato Grosso, Para, and Amazonas, Brazil: 2004 [TG10_TROFFEE_1195_1]
from the Tropical Forest and Fire Emissions Experiment (TROFFEE). TROFFEE used laboratory measurements followed by airborne and ground based field campaigns in Mato Grosso, Para, and Amazonas, Brazil


29. LBA-ECO LC-02 GOES-08 Hot Pixel Data from Acre, Brazil: 1998, 2000, and 2001 [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/1092_1]
This data set provides hot pixel data, as an indicator of fires that were detected by the GOES-8 satellite for the state of Acre, Brazil. Image data were collected for extended periods


30. LBA-ECO LC-23 Vegetation Fire Data, Roraima , Brazil: 2003 [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/887_1]
This data set contains ASTER sensor Level-1B satellite imagery over controlled burns in the State of Roraima in Northern Brazil on January 19 and 28, 2003, plus simultaneously collected soil


31. LBA-ECO LC-02 GOES-08 Hot Pixel Data from Acre, Brazil: 1998, 2000, and 2001 [LC02_GOES_HOTPIXEL_ACRE_1092_1]
This data set provides hot pixel data, as an indicator of fires that were detected by the GOES-8 satellite for the state of Acre, Brazil. Image data were collected for extended periods


32. LBA-ECO LC-23 Vegetation Fire Data, Roraima , Brazil: 2003 [LC23_VFD_2003_887_1]
This data set contains ASTER sensor Level-1B satellite imagery over controlled burns in the State of Roraima in Northern Brazil on January 19 and 28, 2003, plus simultaneously collected soil


33. LBA-ECO ND-07 Microbial Biomass in Cerrado Soils, Brasilia, Brazil [LBA_ND07_PLFA_SOILS_1017_1]
a woodlands-savannah area, in Brasilia, Brazil. Microbial biomass was determined as the total concentration... in two native areas of Cerrado that were subjected to a range of fire regimes. Two plots


34. Smoke, Clouds and Radiation Brazil NASA ER-2 Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MODIS) Airborne Simulator (MAS) Data [SCARB_ER2_MAS_1]   PARENT METADATA
SCARB_ER2_MAS data are Smoke, Clouds and Radiation Brazil (SCARB) NASA ER2 Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MODIS) Airborne Simulator (MAS) Data.Smoke/Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation - Brazil


35. LBA-ECO ND-07 Trace Gas Fluxes Under Multiple Land Uses, Brazil: 1999-2004 [LBA_ND07_TRACE_GAS_LAND_USE]
The studies were conducted near Brasilia, Brazil in pastures and agricultural areas under a variety... (open, grass-dominated), which were either burned every 2 years or protected from fire. Results provide


36. LBA-ECO LC-02 Forest Flammability Data, Catuaba Experimental Farm, Acre, Brazil: 1998 [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/1089_1]
Brazil. Controlled burns were conducted in 1998, and the rate of fire spread was calculated based on the duration of the fire and the measured extent of the burned area. Environmental variables measured


37. LBA-ECO TG-10 Fire Emission Factors in Mato Grosso, Para, and Amazonas, Brazil: 2004 [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/1195_1]
from the Tropical Forest and Fire Emissions Experiment (TROFFEE). TROFFEE used laboratory measurements followed by airborne and ground based field campaigns in Mato Grosso, Para, and Amazonas, Brazil


38. Real-time Detection of Fires Over Central South America [IGBP-DIS_FIRE_CENT_SA]
The Fire Product: "Real-time Detection of Fires Over Central South America" was part... Regional Satellite Fire Data Compilation CD-ROM. DSA/INPE


39. Measuring Trace Gases (Including Methyl Bromide) in Smoke in Brazil [USDA0563]
bromide and other gases being generated by fires: 1) measure area burned over Central Brazil; 2)...The research data found in "Measuring Trace Gases (Including Methyl Bromide) in Smoke in Brazil"


40. Smoke/Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation Experiment in Brazil (SCAR-B) Data Set Version 5.5 [SCAR_B_G8_FIRE]
SCAR_B_G8_FIRE data are Smoke/Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation Experiment in Brazil, GOES-8 ABBA Diurnal Fire Product (1995 Fire Season) data. Smoke/Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation - Brazil (SCAR-B)


41. Smoke, Clouds and Radiation Brazil NASA ER-2 Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MODIS) Airborne Simulator (MAS) Data [SCAR_B_ER2_MAS]   PARENT METADATA
SCARB_ER2_MAS data are Smoke, Clouds and Radiation Brazil (SCARB) NASA ER2 Moderate Resolution... Brazil (SCAR-B) data include physical and chemical components of the Earth's surface, the atmosphere


42. LBA-ECO ND-07 Microbial Biomass in Cerrado Soils, Brasilia, Brazil [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/1017_1]
a woodlands-savannah area, in Brasilia, Brazil. Microbial biomass was determined as the total concentration... in two native areas of Cerrado that were subjected to a range of fire regimes. Two plots


43. LBA-ECO LC-23 ASTER and MODIS Fire Data Comparison for Brazil: 2003-2004 [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/839_1]
MODIS fire detection product and Brazil's National Institute for Space Research (INPE) algorithm....This data set contains data associated with MODIS fire maps generated


44. LBA-ECO CD-05 Understory Fuel Stick Moisture, km 67 Site, Para, Brazil: 1998-2000 [CD05_REE_FUEL_STICK_MOISTURE_1232_1]
This data set contains moisture content measurements for fuel sticks located in the forest understory of the rainfall exclusion experimental site, Tapajos National Forest, Para, Brazil.


45. LBA-ECO CD-11 Biophysical Measurements of Logged and Fire-Treated Forests, Brazil [CD11_FOREST_DEGRADATION_1118_1]
Paragominas, Para; and Alo Brasil, Mato Grosso, Brazil, from 2001-2003.At each site, plots and transects within plots, were defined that represented different types of logging and fire treatments, each including


46. LBA-ECO LC-23 ASTER and MODIS Fire Data Comparison for Brazil: 2003-2004 [LBA-ECO_LC23_AMFD_839_1]
MODIS fire detection product and Brazil's National Institute for Space Research (INPE) algorithm....This data set contains data associated with MODIS fire maps generated


47. LBA-ECO ND-07 Trace Gas Fluxes Under Multiple Land Uses, Brazil: 1999-2004 [LBA_ND07_TRACE_GAS_LAND_USE_1016_1]
The studies were conducted near Brasilia, Brazil in pastures and agricultural areas under a variety... (open, grass-dominated), which were either burned every 2 years or protected from fire. Results provide


48. LBA-ECO ND-02 SECONDARY FOREST TREE HEIGHTS AND DIAMETERS, PARA, BRAZIL: 1999-2005 [LBA_ND02_THDBH]
fire and other losses of N from degraded pastures may render tree growth N limited in some young


49. CCD - High Resolution CCD Camera (CBERS 2B) [INPE_CBERS2B_CCD]   PARENT METADATA
The CCD camera provides images of a 113 km wide strip with 20m spatial resolution. Since this camera has a sideways pointing capability of ± 32 degrees, it is capable of taking stereoscopic images ...


50. Smoke/Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation Experiment in Brazil (SCAR-B) Data Set Version 5.5 [SCAR_B_G8_FIRE_1]
SCAR_B_G8_FIRE data are Smoke/Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation Experiment in Brazil, GOES-8 ABBA Diurnal Fire Product (1995 Fire Season) data.Smoke/Sulfates, Clouds and Radiation - Brazil (SCAR-B) data


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