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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Territorial - Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Issue Date: 2011
Type of Material: Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Authors: SILVA, G. B. S. da
RUDORFF, B. F. T.
SHIMABUKURO, Y. E.
FARIA, D. P.
ARENAS-TOLEDO, J. M.
Additional Information: GUSTAVO BAYMA SIQUEIRA DA SILVA, CNPM; BERNARDO FRIEDERICH THEODOR RUDORFF, INPE; YOSIO EDEMIR SHIMABUKURO, INPE; DANIELA PAULA FARIA, INPE; JOHN MAURICIO ARENAS-TOLEDO, INPE.
Title: Alterações antropogênicas nos remanescentes de vegetação natural (RVN) de savana do estado de São Paulo no ano de 2009.
Publisher: In: SIMPÓSIO BRASILEIRO DE SENSORIAMENTO REMOTO, 15., 2011, Curitiba. Anais... São José dos Campos: INPE, 2011.
Pages: p. 6458-6464.
Language: en
Keywords: Monitoramento
Degradação
Detecção de mudanças
Mudança da cobertura da terra
Description: Deforestation in São Paulo State was mainly driven by sugarcane and coffee crops during the XVIII and XIX centuries which caused a significant fragmentation in native forests. More recently, between the 1970?s and 1980?s decades the native forest fragmentation process was intensified and also the savannah area was drastically reduced due to sugarcane expansion for ethanol production. Much native vegetation was deteriorated and fragmented into smaller disconnected portions during this period. This work was performed within the scope of a technical cooperative agreement between the Environmental Secretary of São Paulo State (SMA) and the National Institute for Space Research (INPE). It consisted in monitoring monthly the land cover changes of 7,000 polygons of remanescent native vegetation (RVN) in the São Paulo State. The environmental assessment of the vegetation cover status was performed based on mesoregions for better discussion of the geographical distribution of the deforested RVN's from May to December 2009. The results showed that Bauru and Ribeirão Preto mesoregions presented the highest land cover changes with 19.4 and 12.1 km², respectively.
Year: 2011-10-04
Appears in Collections:Artigo em anais de congresso (CNPM)

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