Analyse des trajectoires de dégradation des forêts tropicales humides à partir de séries temporelles denses à Paragominas, Para (Brésil)

Abstract : Degraded forests account for 70% of the world's tropical forests. It is now essential to identify and characterize these elements in order to establish sustainable management of tropical forest landscapes and restore the ecosystem services they provide. The objective of this study was to develop a fully automatic, robust and reproducible method to identify and characterize forest degradation from dense time series of Landsat imagery (30 m). The results identify and characterize forest degradation by detecting different impacts (logging tracks, lo yards, logging gaps). In addition, metrics and indicators of forest degradation provide to determine different types of logging (legal or illegal).
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Sarah Vanacker. Analyse des trajectoires de dégradation des forêts tropicales humides à partir de séries temporelles denses à Paragominas, Para (Brésil). Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2018. ⟨dumas-02094298⟩

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