Difference between revisions of "NASA Disasters Portal"

From Open Wildland Fire Modeling E community Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 14: Line 14:
 
** Provided: Prognostic variables from WRF-SFIRE as GeoTIFF files: PLUME_HEIGHT, PM25_INT, SMOKE_INT, WINDSPD, WINDVEC, FIRE_AREA, WINDSPD1000FT, and WINDVEC1000FT.
 
** Provided: Prognostic variables from WRF-SFIRE as GeoTIFF files: PLUME_HEIGHT, PM25_INT, SMOKE_INT, WINDSPD, WINDVEC, FIRE_AREA, WINDSPD1000FT, and WINDVEC1000FT.
 
** Products: [https://maps.disasters.nasa.gov/arcgis/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=f408c2eb059347418dd44897e018e9d3 Test App] and [https://maps.disasters.nasa.gov/arcgis/home/item.html?id=f408c2eb059347418dd44897e018e9d3 Summary].
 
** Products: [https://maps.disasters.nasa.gov/arcgis/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=f408c2eb059347418dd44897e018e9d3 Test App] and [https://maps.disasters.nasa.gov/arcgis/home/item.html?id=f408c2eb059347418dd44897e018e9d3 Summary].
 +
 +
[[File:Pioneer.png|500px|center]]
  
 
* '''Paraguay Fires:'''
 
* '''Paraguay Fires:'''
 
** Provided: Fire detections as pixel rectangles as KML file and SVM perimeters as KML file.
 
** Provided: Fire detections as pixel rectangles as KML file and SVM perimeters as KML file.

Revision as of 16:45, 30 June 2020

GIS outputs of WRF-SFIRE and WRFx system products provided to NASA Disasters Portal which is an Esri GIS server.

  • Guatemala Fires:
    • Provided: Fire detections as pixel rectangles as KML file and SVM perimeters as KML file.
    • Products: Test App, Summary, and Final App.
Guatemala.png
  • Alaska Fires:
    • Provided: Fire detections as pixel rectangles as KML file and Image of the pixels on Google Earth.
    • Products: Thumbnail Image.
  • Pioneer Fire:
    • Provided: Prognostic variables from WRF-SFIRE as GeoTIFF files: PLUME_HEIGHT, PM25_INT, SMOKE_INT, WINDSPD, WINDVEC, FIRE_AREA, WINDSPD1000FT, and WINDVEC1000FT.
    • Products: Test App and Summary.
Pioneer.png
  • Paraguay Fires:
    • Provided: Fire detections as pixel rectangles as KML file and SVM perimeters as KML file.