ESA Fire Climate Change Initiative (Fire_cci): Small Fire Dataset (SFD) Burned Area pixel product for Sub-Saharan Africa, version 1.1
The ESA Fire Disturbance Climate Change Initiative (Fire_cci) project has produced maps of global burned area developed from satellite observations. The Small Fire Dataset (SFD) pixel products have been obtained by combining spectral information from Sentinel-2 MSI data and thermal information from MODIS MOD14MD Collection 6 active fire products.
This dataset is part of v1.1 of the Small Fire Dataset (also known as FireCCISFD11), which covers Sub-Saharan Africa for the year 2016. Data is available here at pixel resolution (0.00017966259 degrees, corresponding to approximately 20m at the Equator). Gridded data products are also available in a separate dataset.
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Use of these data is covered by the following licence: http://licences.ceda.ac.uk/image/data_access_condition/esacci_fire_terms_and_conditions.pdf. When using these data you must cite them correctly using the citation given on the CEDA Data Catalogue record.
Data was produced by the ESA Fire CCI team as part of the ESA Climate Change Initiative (CCI) and is being held on the CEDA (Centre for Environmental Data Analysis) archive as part of the ESA CCI Open Data Portal project.
Validated by the Fire CCI team (see Product User Guide for further information)
The product is a set of three single-layer GeoTIFF files (labelled JD, CL and LC in the filenames for layers 1 to 3 respectively). Layer 1 (JD): Date of the first detection; Pixel Spacing = 0.00017966259deg (approx. 20m); Pixel value = Day of the year, from 1 to 365 (or 366) . A value of 0 is included when the pixel is not burned in the month; a value of -1 is allocated to pixels that are not observed in the month; a value of -2 is allocated to pixels that are not burnable (build up areas, bare areas, , snow and/or ice, open water). Data type = Integer; Number of layers = 1; Data depth = 16 Layer 2: Confidence Level; Pixel Spacing = 0.00017966259deg (approx. 20m); Pixel value = 0 to 100, where the value is the probability in percentage that the pixel is actually burned, as a result of thedifferent steps of the burned area classification. The higher the value, the higher the confidence that the pixel is actually burned. A value of 0 is allocated to pixels that are not observed in the month, or not taken into account in the burned area processing (non burnable). Data type = Byte; Number of layers = 1; Data depth = 8 Layer 3: Land cover of that pixel, extracted from the CCI S2 prototype Land Cover map at 20m of Africa 2016. N is the number of the land cover categories in the reference map. It is only valid when layer 1 > 0. Pixel value is 0 to N under the following codes: 1 – Trees cover area; 2 – Shrubs cover area; 3 – Grassland; 4 – Cropland; 5 – Vegetation aquatic or regularly flooded; 6 – Lichen Mosses / Sparse vegetation; Pixel Spacing = 0.00017966259deg (approx. 20m); Datatype = Byte; Number of layers = 1; Data depth = 8
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|Title||ESA Fire_cci Burned Area SFD algorithm|
|Abstract||The Burned Area (BA) algorithm used for producing the Fire_CCI Burned Area product is described in the Fire_CCI Algoirthm Theoretical Basis Document (Bastarrika and Roteta, 2018), available at https://www.esa-fire-cci.org/documents|