A New, Global, Multi-Annual (2000–2007) Burnt Area Product at 1 Km Resolution. Tansey, K.; Grégoire, J.; Defourny, P.; Leigh, R.; Pekel, J.; van Bogaert, E.; and Bartholomé, E. 35(1):L01401.
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This paper reports on the development and validation of a new, global, burnt area product. Burnt areas are reported at a resolution of 1 km for seven fire years (2000 to 2007). A modified version of a Global Burnt Area (GBA) 2000 algorithm is used to compute global burnt area. The total area burnt each year (2000–2007) is estimated to be between 3.5 million km2 and 4.5 million km2. The total amount of vegetation burnt by cover type according to the Global Land Cover (GLC) 2000 product is reported. Validation was undertaken using 72 Landsat TM scenes was undertaken. Correlation statistics between estimated burnt areas are reported for major vegetation types. The accuracy of this new global data set depends on vegetation type.
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  title = {A New, Global, Multi-Annual (2000–2007) Burnt Area Product at 1 Km Resolution},
  author = {Tansey, Kevin and Grégoire, Jean-Marie and Defourny, Pierre and Leigh, Roland and Pekel, Jean-François and van Bogaert, Eric and Bartholomé, Etienne},
  date = {2008},
  journaltitle = {Geophysical Research Letters},
  volume = {35},
  pages = {L01401},
  issn = {1944-8007},
  doi = {10.1029/2007GL031567},
  url = {https://doi.org/10.1029/2007GL031567},
  urldate = {2019-05-27},
  abstract = {This paper reports on the development and validation of a new, global, burnt area product. Burnt areas are reported at a resolution of 1 km for seven fire years (2000 to 2007). A modified version of a Global Burnt Area (GBA) 2000 algorithm is used to compute global burnt area. The total area burnt each year (2000–2007) is estimated to be between 3.5 million km2 and 4.5 million km2. The total amount of vegetation burnt by cover type according to the Global Land Cover (GLC) 2000 product is reported. Validation was undertaken using 72 Landsat TM scenes was undertaken. Correlation statistics between estimated burnt areas are reported for major vegetation types. The accuracy of this new global data set depends on vegetation type.},
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  langid = {english},
  number = {1},
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