Descartes Labs / Time-lapse video of 15 years of cloud-removed MODIS visible/near-infrared observations US, 2000-2015. Satellite image analysis – Green indicates active vegetation
Processed in Google Cloud using Descartes Labs global satellite image analysis and forecasting platform. Green indicates active vegetation. Note the annual cycle of large-scale agriculture in the midwestern corn belt and the central valley of California.
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