Remote sensing methodology for monitoring changes in land use and associated greenhouse gas emissions in Latin America and the Caribbean

Published on 14 September 2012

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Start Date: 1 October 2011 | End Date: 15 February 2012

Overview

The main objective is to provide a methodology and data analysis on scenarios of change in land use and GHG emissions estimated for Latin America and the Caribbean that can be used with Toolbox2 of the Inter-American Development Bank. Determine the dimensions of changes in land use, model different scenarios, and GHG emissions resulting from the projects.

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4 Responses to “Remote sensing methodology for monitoring changes in land use and associated greenhouse gas emissions in Latin America and the Caribbean”

  1. Mehdi Rahnama says:

    Here is Mehdi Rahnama, I am PhD student in Remote Sensing Group at TU Freiberg in Germany. I apply for job in this project. It is really my pleasure to hear from you

  2. hello sir my self manish k tiwari duing Phd from MANIT bhopal M.P. India i working for the filed of Rs & GIS & Urban and Regional Planning if u have to requirement for my type of job please contact me…

  3. Larry Beard says:

    Dr. Jarvis,

    I would be interested in a copy of your paper for this project if published. Please direct me to the appropriate outlet. Our interests are similar, but different hemispheres.

    Regards
    Larry Beard
    Sr. Agricultural Statistician

  4. Randall says:

    We are very interested in this as we have a large rainforest project in Colombia. Please direct me to the most recent information.

    Thank you

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