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what are your desired formats and resolution (temporal and spatial)? A quick search found many global products derived from MODIS, e.g.: Gross Primary Productivity 8-Day L4 Global 1km https://lpdaac.usgs.gov/products/modis_products_table/mod17a2 Terra/MODIS Net Primary Production Yearly L4 Global 1km ...
Step 3 of your list is definitely wrong in most cases. It spoils your data, because it does not change the coordinates itself, only the CRS. Instead, you have to save the data from the untouched CRS to another filename and CRS. For the Google background of the Openlayers plugin, project CRS and the CRS of the Google layer must be EPSG:3857. Other layers ...
If you need full database support with simultaneous user access handling, POSTGIS would be the best choice. As a first step on remote postgis access, see Connnect to PostGIS db using QGIS - when not on localhost See also: Best choice for building static maps: PostGIS, SpatiaLite or Shapefile?
As Russell mentioned in the Comments to the Question above, I had the coordinates wrong: My sql for inserts was fine but the published ArcGIS Service was set at 4326 projections while the data was in Web Mercator 1002100 format. So I created a new .MXD file, exported its data to the SQL Server, then Published the .MXD as a new Service and everything works as ...
You can try MapServer with GDAL. Here you can find more info on RasterLite driver in GDAL.
The solution is python using a cursor and dictionary to do the matching look-up and then output the result with an insert cursor to an empty feature class that has the same feature type and data structure as the original mineral lease with the additional Lease ID field from the table. The code to do the look-up is incredibly fast this way. Here is some ...
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