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Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng
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Lupws session 4 se_clu_forest cover_TABI_eng

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National LUP workshop 4.10. - 5.10.2012, Vientiane, Lao PDR …

National LUP workshop 4.10. - 5.10.2012, Vientiane, Lao PDR

TABI

Information and Assessment: Livelihoods, Current land Use and Forest Cover


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  • 1. Session 4: Information and Assessment: Livelihoods, Current land Use and Forest Cover 4.1: Assessment of Livelihoods (especially Ag) by re-call Interview 4.2: Current Land Use and Forest Cover assessment-mapping by 4.2.1: Sateliite or aerial photo imagery review 4.2.2: Field survey 4.2.3: Household mapping of upland field distribution 115.10.2012
  • 2. Session 4.1: Gathering Information – Assessing Livelihoods and Land Use > (i) Group or (ii) Household Interview 4.1(i) By Group Interview 1. Agro ecosystem assessment (optional) 2. NTFP 3. Wood 4. Wildlife (protein) 5. Aquatic ife (protein) Purposes 1. To understand and assess the natural resources 2. To provide information/data for forest land allocation 3. To use as the baseline data for natural resource monitoring, management, and planning 215.10.2012
  • 3. Session 4.1: Gathering Information – Assessing Livelihoods and Land Use >> form (i) Group or (ii) Household Interview (Cont.) 4.1 (ii) By Household Interview 1. HH Population, and Rice Sufficieny 2. Livestock 3. Land Use - holdings and Production 4. Income (optional) 5. Goods and chattels (optional) 315.10.2012
  • 4. Reference/Link to TABI “FALUP Tool 1.5 and 3.1” 415.10.2012
  • 5. 4.2: Current Land Use - Forest Cover Mapping by 4.2.1: Imagery review 4.2.2: Field survey 4.2.3: Mapping of upland field distribution (1-2 years) 4.2.1: imagery review 1: Upland field mapping of the year image taken 2: Paddy fields mapping (those may be seen) 3: Plantation and concession area mapping (those may be seen) 4: Forests never been cleared before (+ other areas) mapping – those are never cleared for agriculture 5 > The remaining areas must be bush fallow“15.10.2012
  • 6. Example of ALOS imagery on upland fields and forest never been cleared for agri. before 615.10.2012
  • 7. Current Land Use Map: Example 1: Ban Donsai, Ponsai 715.10.2012
  • 8. 4.2.2: Field Survey If permanent agricultural fields or plantations cannot be seen or mapped from the Image, then they will have to be field surveyed – semi-detailed: GPS points around the boundary of contiguous blocks. 1. For ‘forest never been cleared” and ‘upland fields’ : staff and villager teams should undertake some field surveys to observe and verify, 2. Permanent agriculture fields not appeared in the image, field survey is required by using GPS. 815.10.2012
  • 9. Photos of Field Survey 915.10.2012
  • 10. 4.2.3: Mapping of upland field distribution (not appeared on the imagery) Objectives: 1: To increase understanding of the villagers’ upland field activities 2: To serve as the reference for possible upland field re-allocation Method: “Place the Pin/sticker on Image” (or TOPO 2.5 D) The best village mapper and staff guide each household in turn to place a coloured mapping pin/sticker using one color for 1 year and placing for 2 years. Issue: • Be able to pin only the rice upland fields, while other crop fields were not able to do so. 1015.10.2012
  • 11. 1115.10.2012
  • 12. Photos (4): Pinned Placing on the Upland Field Sites Each Year 1215.10.2012
  • 13. Map of Current Land Use: Sophood Village 1315.10.2012
  • 14. XY 1415.10.2012
  • 15. Current Land Use Map: Longkhan Village, Phoukoud District 1515.10.2012
  • 16. Table/Data of Current Land Use and Forest Cover: Donxay Village, Phonexai District Types of Current Land Use No. of Pieces Area (ha) 1. Virgin Forests 38 626 28.47 Mixed forests Mixed of dense, deciduous, and 37 609 27.69 bamboo forests Jungle 1 17 0.77 Plantation areas 1 3 0.14 Agricultural land 114 1566 71.21 Wet season paddy fields 1 1 0.05 (Current) upland plantation fields 51 83 3.77 1- years bush fallows young fallows 35 936 42.56 > years bush fallows old fallows 26 538 24.47 Savanna 1 8 0.36 Construction land 1 4 0.18 Residence areas 1 4 0.18 1615.10.2012 Total 154 2199 100.00
  • 17. 17 10/15/201215.10.2012
  • 18. 18 10/15/201215.10.2012
  • 19. Thank You 1915.10.2012

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