NDVI Satellite Imagery

Normalised Difference Vegetation Index is a satellite-derived index which is sensitive to the amount of chlorophyll covering the ground.

It shows how ‘green’ the ground appears from the satellite and provides an indication of vegetation health/vigour on the earth’s surface.

The imagery is supplied as a 7-day, maximum value composite captured at 250m resolution.

The continental dataset can be delivered to a customised extent and with variable delivery frequencies.

Available formats – ESRI grid, BIL or GeoTIFF (16 bit)

This page was last updated on: 24 May 2020