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8. Monitor an Area

Last updated on 2022-04-28

Click on the second tab in the Analyze pane to view monitoring data for the chosen area.

Start typing search terms, e.g. “turbidity”, “water” & “MODIS,” to find some datasets that would be useful for your research. You can add filters if dates are important. Certain catalogs may time out for large areas of interest that contain many results.

Click on “Contribute Data” to learn how you can contribute your own datasets to data repositories that will allow them to be incorporated in the Monitor tab!

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