The AfriSAR mission was an airborne campaign that collected radar and field measurements of tropical forests in Gabon, West Africa. The mission was a NASA collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Gabonese Space Agency. During the 2016 AfriSAR campaign, NASA UAVSAR and LVIS instruments collected data that will be used to derive forest canopy height, structure, and topography. The AfriSAR data is a precursor to upcoming spaceborne missions that examine the role of forests in Earth's carbon cycle.
AfriSAR Datasets List
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Beginning the AfriSAR dataset list
|2 AfriSAR datasets|
|select all||AfriSAR dataset||Published||User Guide||Download||Size||SDAT|
|*||AfriSAR: Canopy Structure Derived from PolInSAR and Coherence TomoSAR NISAR tools||2018-07-20||user guide||download||420.9MB|
|*||AfriSAR: Rainforest Canopy Height Derived from PolInSAR and Lidar Data, Gabon||2018-07-06||user guide||download||223.1MB||sdat|
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