Time Series Application for Evapotranspiration and NDVI in Ucayali, Peru and Acre, Brazil

This application was created from the Tethys platform and builds off the Google Earth Engine tutorial, and can be viewed here. This app utilizes the capabilities of Google Earth Engine to easily pull, visualize, and plot remotely sensed data in a user-friendly application. Users can choose from preloaded spatial data, draw a shape, or upload their own data to visualize and plot time series within an area of interest. This work was created by the University of Richmond Amazon Borderlands Spatial Analysis Team (ABSAT) and is a part of the NASA-SERVIR Amazonia project Quantifying the Effects of Forest Changes on Provisioning and Regulating Ecosystem Services. (2021-08-02)