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Razazah Lake, Iraq, as observed on 30 July 2022 (blue boundary) compared to its full extent (red boundary)

Water Quantification

Monitors and measures surface area of water bodies

Frequency

Weekly

Spatial resolution

10 meter

Coverage

Global

Data type

Vector

Availability

From 2019

CO2 emissions from biomass fires, aggregated for each country globally.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Fires

Monitors biomass fire events and measures associated Greenhouse Gas emissions

Frequency

Daily

Spatial resolution

375 meter

Coverage

Global

Data type

Vector

Availability

From 2015

The spatial distribution of estimated PM2.5 levels in India

Spatial Air Quality

Air quality over regions with no ground monitors using earth observation data.

Frequency

Daily

Spatial resolution

1 kilometer

Coverage

India

Data type

Raster

Availability

From 2019

Global distribution of power plants colored according to their estimated CO2 emissions.

Power Plant Emissions

Monitors and measures emissions from power plants

Frequency

Daily

Spatial resolution

N/A

Coverage

Global

Data type

Vector

Availability

From 2019

Predicted biomass fire hotspots for Brazil and neighboring regions

Fire Predictions

Forecasts biomass fire events

Frequency

Weekly

Spatial resolution

25 kilometer

Coverage

Global

Data type

Vector

Availability

Forecast data for next 7 days

BAM distribution showing different PM 2.5 levels across India

Air Quality from BAMs (Beta Attenuated Monitors)

Aggregates air quality data from all ground monitor network

Frequency

Daily

Spatial resolution

N/A

Coverage

India

Data type

Vector

Availability

From 2017
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