I should probably research more, but just looking at it point-blank, I think it may mean that MODIS has a IFOV? So that it can take a higher area per photo? Although the more I think about this suggestion, it seems less possible.Just wondering about something I found earlier today; I read that MODIS has a repeat interval of 2 days, but if it's on Terra which has a repeat interval of 16 days, how does that work?
There's no forumla, what you need to do is just calculate the area of the glacier at Time X, then calculate the area of the glacier at Time Y. If the problem asks for a percentage or difference between areas, that's easy enough, just basic math skills.I am doing this event for states for my team, and I don't understand how we are supposed to compare the area of, mayhaps a glacier, in two different pictures. Is there some particular formula I am supposed to use or something?
Are you serious? It's not like I've done this event before.I am doing this event for states for my team, and I don't understand how we are supposed to compare the area of, mayhaps a glacier, in two different pictures. Is there some particular formula I am supposed to use or something?
I also would like to know where I can find all the information for the satellites and how they track stuff like greenhouse gas levels. If anyone can help me, thanks!
You can be assured that ALL events at Nationals follow the rules, particularly since in general the people that write the rules are the National Supervisors.Did anyone have this event at Nationals last year? If so, how was the test? How was it set up, did it follow the event rule sheet, etc.?
To reiterate what Chalker said, yes, the test follows the rules. I would have thrown a fit if it didn't.Did anyone have this event at Nationals last year? If so, how was the test? How was it set up, did it follow the event rule sheet, etc.?
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