I am doing a spatial temporal analysis and I am using data of Terra-MODIS (SMI Level 3 images).
When it comes to Organic Carbon (POC) Terra offers only 9km of spatial resolution while Aqua has also the 4km option.
I know that spatial resolution refers to pixel resolution but I wanted to ask if this will affect the results of the research.
Whats your opinion about which resolution I should use. Will it make any difference?
Thanks in advance
You can learn a lot from careful study of small subsets of your data, maybe chosen where you have static features or current systems, starting with individual passes and proceeding to products processed at both resolutions for various binning periods.