terça-feira, 25 de outubro de 2011

2 seminários CEF/CEABN - Lisboa 26e27Out11

Seminários CEF/CEABN
Centro de Estudos Florestais/Centro de Ecologia Aplicada Prof. Baeta Neves, do Instituto Superior de Agronomia

Operational active fire
and burnt are mapping
applicable to Nature
Protection Areas in Mexico
Forest management
 planning in Slovakia
with advanced decision
 support tools


-  Gerardo López & Maria Isabel Cruz López 
(CEF, ISA, Portugal & CONABIO, Mexico)
-  Andrea Majlingova
(Technical University Zvolen, Slovakia)

Local e data
Local e data

-  Auditório Florestal – ISA, Lisboa
-  Auditório Florestal – ISA, Lisboa

-  amanhã, quarta-feira 26 de Outubro de 2011, entre as 12h30 e as 13h30
-  quinta-feira, 27 de Outubro de 2011, entre as 13h30 e as 14h30

Resumo da apresentação:
Resumo da apresentação:

Since 1999, the National Commission for the Knowledge and Use of the Biodiversity (CONABIO) in Mexico has been developing and managing the “Operational program for the detection of hot-spots using remote sensing techniques”.  This allows the near-real time monitoring of fire events in Mexico and Central America. In addition to the detection of active fires, the location of hot spots are classified with respect to vegetation types, accessibility, and risk to Nature Protection Areas (NPA). Fire impact assessment is crucial to support the needs of resource managers and policy makers for adequate fire recovery and restoration actions. CONABIO attempts to meet these requirements, providing post-fire assessment products as part of the management system in particular for satellite-based burnt area mapping specially focusing in NPA's.
Forests serve a multitude of purposes and address many different, often conflicting, goals to satisfy the needs of forest owners and users, forest industry, and society at large. This poses considerable challenges to forest managers. The need for enhanced forest decision support systems (DSSs) is evident in several EU documents related to the future role of European forests. Forest DSSs allow the forest managers to use the advanced decision support tools, such as expert and knowledge based systems, multi-criteria techniques as well as communication and visualization tools. The experience with developing and applying forest DSSs for forest management provides a solid foundation for technological innovation and collaboration between partner institutions.

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