The CCI Land Cover (LC) team is proud to announce the successful development of a prototype high resolution LC map at 10m over Mexico and Central America based on more than 2 years of Sentinel-2A and 2B observations from January 2016 to March 2018. The main objective of the 'S2 prototype LC map at 10m of Mesoamerica' release is to collect users feedback for further improvements. The product is distributed in GeoTIFF format with a size of approximatively 3GB together with the colour legend. Please ensure that you have the appropriate internet connection and computer capacity. The prototype is made available in order to collect user feedbacks to improve the next generation of HR Land Cover products and drive the R&D activities to achieve that objective.
The present product is made available to the public by ESA and the consortium. You may use 'S2 prototype LC map at 10m of Mesoamerica’ for educational and/or scientific purposes, without any fee on the condition that you credit the ESA Climate Change Initiative and in particular its Land Cover project as the source of the CCI-LC database:
© Contains modified Copernicus data (2016/2017/2018)
© ESA Climate Change Initiative - Land Cover project 2018
By downloading the prototype product, you also commit to fill the User Feedback Form (see below). Should you write any scientific publication on the results of research activities that use one or several CCI-LC products as input, you shall acknowledge the ESA CCI Land Cover project in the text of the publication and provide the project with an electronic copy of the publication (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you wish to use 'S2 prototype LC map at 10m of Mesoamerica’ in advertising or in any commercial promotion, you shall acknowledge the ESA CCI Land Cover project and you must submit the layout to the project for approval beforehand (email@example.com).
We kindly invite you to fill in the User Feedback Form concerning the 'S2 prototype LC map at 10m of Mesoamerica’, your comments will be highly appreciated in order to improve the next generation of HR Land Cover products and drive the R&D activities to achieve that objective.