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Remote sensing and measuring deforestation

Blanc L., Gond V., Tong Minh D.H.. 2016. In : Baghdadi Nicolas (ed.), Zribi Mehrez (ed.). Land Surface Remote Sensing: Environment and Risks. Londres : Elsevier, ISTE Press, p. 27-53. (Remote Sensing Observations of Continental Surfaces Set).

Forests occupy one-third of the planet's landmass, covering nearly 4 billion hectares. The largest forested areas are located in the boreal and equatorial zones. This current distribution is not fixed, but has continuously changed over time due to the influence of environmental change and anthropogenic impact. One-third of current forested areas are made up of forest that is considered primary or intact. The remaining two-thirds are subject to anthropogenic activity and have, as a result, an uncertain future. (Résumé d'auteur)

Mots-clés : image spot; spectroscopie infrarouge; forêt primaire; protection de la forêt; facteur climatique; facteur anthropogène; dynamique des populations; changement climatique; inventaire forestier; télédétection; déboisement; forêt tropicale; forêt boréale; forêt; monde

Thématique : Foresterie - Considérations générales; Dégâts causés aux forêts et leur protection; Méthodes de relevé

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