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So, from the question, it seems like you essentially want leaf-off aerial imagery (generally just imagery taken in the winter months if you are unfamiliar) to give you a better chance at seeing what is under the canopy . I do not think any of the main ESRI streaming basemaps will get you what you need. There are some free options out there that you can ...
I find an answer :) I changed the parametrs in reclassify from 127,5 to 218 If you look at first picture you can see then most records have value something near 255. But the parametr that i was looking for is 218. Im not sure why is like that but the result is great :)
Resolution can be quite confusing as some say that spectral=radiometric, others (1&2) differentiate between the two, and as you noticed, that Wikipedia page spends a whole lot of words trying to separate spatial and geometric. The wiki page on RS doesn't even mention geometric when discussing spatial resolution. Most articles, books, and papers seem to ...
You could try the MODIS Gridded Vegetation Indices. I've worked with MODIS products before and can vouch for their quality, although I haven't done any chlorophyll analysis like the one that you mention.
I use the QuickMapServices or the TileLayerPlugin plugins (see OpenStreetMap heavily pixellated when loaded in QGIS and standalone application). They automatically set the scale to the fixed resolutions of the zoom levels. For the TileLayerPlugin, the URI is #title credit serviceUrl yOriginTop zmin zmax xmin ymin xmax ymax ...
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