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Mapeo de los bosques tipo varillal utilizando imágenes de satélite rapideye en la provincia maynas, loreto, Perú

Abstract : The varillal forest type has an endemic biodiversity and several monodominant species, when occurring in swampy areas these forests have great amounts of carbon accumulated in the soil. The aim of this study was to develop a distribution map of varillales occurring on white sand and swamps in the province of Maynas, Loreto at scale of 1/100,000, using RapidEye satellite imagery and applying the classifier algorithm of maximum Likehood (ML) in the program ArcGIS version 10.1. We used seven classification classes in three RapidEye scenes, and defined the respective spectral signatures based on 32 training areas with reference plots sampled in the field.
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Juan Palacios, Ricardo Zarate, Guiuseppe Torres, Jean-Philippe Denux, José Maco, et al.. Mapeo de los bosques tipo varillal utilizando imágenes de satélite rapideye en la provincia maynas, loreto, Perú. Folia Amazonica, 2016, 25 (1), pp.25-36. ⟨10.24841/fa.v25i1.380⟩. ⟨hal-01569584⟩

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