Title: Characterization of the Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Global Fire Activity Using Satellite Imagery for the Period April 1992 to March 1993.
Authors: DWYER EdwardPEREIRA Jose miguelGREGOIRE Jean-marieDACAMARA Carlos
Citation: Journal of Biogeography vol. 27 p. 57-69
Publication Year: 2000
JRC N°: JRC17324
URI: http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC17324
Type: Articles in periodicals and books
Abstract: Twenty one months of global, daily, daytime acquired satellite data at 1 km resolution, from April 1992 to December 1993 have been processed to give the positions of active vegetation fires. Two methods of characterizing the spatio-temporal pattern of vegetation fire and discussed. the first applies principal component analysis to the monthly series of fire count products. The second approach defines and extracts a number of spatial and temporal parameters from the gridded product. Thee of these parameters are used in a clustering procedure. The two characterizations, while emphasising different aspects, synthesise the main spatio-temporal characteristics of global fire distributions. Keywords: vegetation fire, global fire patterns, principal component analysis, remote sensing of fire.
JRC Directorate:Joint Research Centre Historical Collection

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