I am not very happy with the coloring of the NDVI land data. Also there are many issues regarding the content of the data layers. Now that the system is back in operation, and have hi-res data, we can experiment with different ideas.
As you will note, we have set up an interactive web-domain for possible discussion among the interested 'community' members. With this note I am asking Michael King what he thinks of the idea of a short (say one-month) web-based discussion forum to aid polishing the product? Perhaps some members of the EOS science team might have some ideas to share. I would be interested in approaching a number of my own friends for ideas and advice. But, lets face it, I would like to have some fun playing with this Web phenomenon...[8 Dec 1997]
I have no problem with Web idea idea. One of the visualization gurus here at GSFC, who has not seen your image, is Fritz Hasler (email@example.com). Perhaps he should be invited to comment as well.[8 Dec 1997]
By the way, it is worth checking out the Central California haze layer on Christmas day through SeaWiFS' eyes.(http://seawifs.gsfc.nasa.gov/seawifs_scripts/regions.pl?reg=WestCoast&ind=6). This is how I always imagined the winter smog over the San Joaquin Valley but actually seeing it is breathtaking. Will MODIS will be even better?
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