Visualizing fires (and other hot spots) Some of you may know my older custom script to visualize fires in the Sentinel Hub EO Browser. It has been used to a degree surpassing my expectations and a simplified, hardcoded version of it has even been added to the EO Browser as…
A small introduction into wildfires and how to create wildfire (and other) satellite images using mostly the EO Browser and tools like GIMP and Photoshop.
Take a look at these before/after images of the July/August 2019 Greenland wildfire in Qeqqata Kommunia near Sisimiut.
Create visually pleasing wildfire and burn scar images from Sentinel-2 data using the Sentinel Hub EO Browser's custom scripting. Highlight hot spots and burn scars and create Normalized Burn Ratio (NBR) images.
Taking a look at the burn scar of the August 2017 Greenland wildfire near Sisimiut using Sentinel-2 images from before and after the fire.
Using the Sentinel Hub EO Browser to create visually pleasing images of wild fires with highlighted areas from Sentinel-2 data using a custom script for rendering.
Landsat 8 natural color and NIR/SWIR image comparison of the Detwiler Fire, Mariposa County, California, USA on July 9th, 2017 before the fire started, and on July 25th, 2017, while the fire is still ongoing.
The wildfires near Split, Croatia, on July 17th, 2017, as seen by the Sentinel-2A satellite in natural colors and NIR/SWIR. Clearly visible are the ongoing fires and the burn scars the wildfire caused in the landscape.
The Brian Head Fire in Utah, USA, on June 27th, 2017, as seen by the Sentinel-2A satellite in natural colors and NIR/SWIR. Clearly visible are the ongoing fires and the burn scars the wildfire caused in the landscape.