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(A Map of the Vegetation of South America Based on Satellite lmagery / Thomas A. Stone, Peter Schlesinger, Richard A. Houghton, and George M. Woodwell / The Woods Hole Research Center, P.O. Box 296, Woods Hole, MA 02543 / Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing / Vol. 60, No. 5, May 1994, pp. 541-551. / Abstract / We have developed a map of the land cover of South America based largely on NOAAAVHRRttC (Local Area Coverage) 1-km resolution data. Areas of South America for which there we…)
 
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A Map of the Vegetation of South America Based on Satellite lmagery / Thomas A. Stone, Peter Schlesinger, Richard A. Houghton, and George M. Woodwell / The Woods Hole Research Center, P.O. Box 296, Woods Hole, MA 02543 / Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing / Vol. 60, No. 5, May 1994, pp. 541-551. /
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A Map of the Vegetation of South America Based on Satellite lmagery<br> Thomas A. Stone, Peter Schlesinger, Richard A. Houghton, and George M. Woodwell<br>The Woods Hole Research Center, P.O. Box 296, Woods Hole, MA 02543<br>Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing<br>Vol. 60, No. 5, May 1994, pp. 541-551.<br>Abstract<br>We have developed a map of the land cover of South America based largely on NOAAAVHRRttC (Local Area Coverage) 1-km resolution data. Areas of South America for which there werc no LAC data due to cloud cover or other reasons were supplemented with a 3-year fi'me series of 15-km resolution NOAA AVHRR CVI data. Thirty-nine classes were labeled using existing vegetation maps, from phenology, and by visual interpretation of imagery.<br>We estimated that nine percent of the closed tropical moist forests of South America had been cleared in the decade prior to 1988, the date of the imagery; 22 percent of the original closed forests, which include tropical moist forests as a major component, of South America had been cleared or degraded; 18 percent of the original woodland and 25 percent of the grasslands had been cleared or degraded.
Abstract / We have developed a map of the land cover of South America based largely on NOAAAVHRRttC (Local Area Coverage) 1-km resolution data. Areas of South America for which there werc no LAC data due to cloud cover or other reasons were supplemented with a 3-year fi'me series of 15-km resolution NOAA AVHRR CVI data. Thirty-nine classes were labeled using existing vegetation maps, from phenology, and by visual interpretation of imagery. / We estimated that nine percent of the closed tropical moist forests of South America had been cleared in the decade prior to 1988, the date of the imagery; 22 percent of the original closed forests, which include tropical moist forests as a major component, of South America had been cleared or degraded; 18 percent of the original woodland and 25 percent of the grasslands had been cleared or degraded.
 

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A Map of the Vegetation of South America Based on Satellite lmagery
Thomas A. Stone, Peter Schlesinger, Richard A. Houghton, and George M. Woodwell
The Woods Hole Research Center, P.O. Box 296, Woods Hole, MA 02543
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing
Vol. 60, No. 5, May 1994, pp. 541-551.
Abstract
We have developed a map of the land cover of South America based largely on NOAAAVHRRttC (Local Area Coverage) 1-km resolution data. Areas of South America for which there werc no LAC data due to cloud cover or other reasons were supplemented with a 3-year fi'me series of 15-km resolution NOAA AVHRR CVI data. Thirty-nine classes were labeled using existing vegetation maps, from phenology, and by visual interpretation of imagery.
We estimated that nine percent of the closed tropical moist forests of South America had been cleared in the decade prior to 1988, the date of the imagery; 22 percent of the original closed forests, which include tropical moist forests as a major component, of South America had been cleared or degraded; 18 percent of the original woodland and 25 percent of the grasslands had been cleared or degraded.

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actual01:32 30 jun 2020 (3,27 MB)Lcgarcia (discusión | contribuciones)A Map of the Vegetation of South America Based on Satellite lmagery / Thomas A. Stone, Peter Schlesinger, Richard A. Houghton, and George M. Woodwell / The Woods Hole Research Center, P.O. Box 296, Woods Hole, MA 02543 / Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing / Vol. 60, No. 5, May 1994, pp. 541-551. / Abstract / We have developed a map of the land cover of South America based largely on NOAAAVHRRttC (Local Area Coverage) 1-km resolution data. Areas of South America for which there we…

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