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The government of the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) has a program to monitor the clearing of trees across the whole state, using remotely sensed imagery, originally based around Landsat. In order to extend this program to use the higher resolution SPOT-5 sensor, an index was fitted to a large set of training data, mapped over previous years, to detect clearing in an automated fashion from bi-temporal imagery, separated by approximately one year. A number of different forms for thisdoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12980897.v1 fatcat:ozkdw2wwpvbx3golc54hwdqwsy