eastern western Fort Tenan
Eastern Sites
 
 
Western Sites
 
Why are Earth Observation Systems as Measuring & Monitoring Tools Possible Now?   <ul><li>High resolution data are availab...
Key Elements of Measurement <ul><li>Ground measurements  provide calibration and detailed sample frame analysis </li></ul>...
WWW Ground measures Local communities Remote measures Satellite – ground integration Analysis GEF (markets) TRFIC Technolo...
<ul><li>Integration of in situ carbon and nitrogen with imagery   </li></ul>Mature tress Plantation plot New trees samples
 
Biophysical measurements Forest density and type mapping in Thailand
Leaf Area Index can be used as an Input to NPP-Carbon models
Hyper-rez tree crown detection
Detailed View ETM+ (4,3,2)
Detailed view VCF 30m
Region east of Kingaroy, north of Nanango
Zoom in at high resolution
Region east of Kingaroy, north of Nanango. Small blue dots are waypopints. White is non forest/trees. Carbon sequestration...
 
 
 
 
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Skole Carbon Benefits Seminar

  1. 1. eastern western Fort Tenan
  2. 2. Eastern Sites
  3. 5. Western Sites
  4. 7. Why are Earth Observation Systems as Measuring & Monitoring Tools Possible Now? <ul><li>High resolution data are available via satellites and enables greater and more accurate information </li></ul><ul><li>Increased numbers of satellites means higher resolution images at lower cost </li></ul><ul><li>Detailed land use information is available at the global level allowing access to remote areas </li></ul>
  5. 8. Key Elements of Measurement <ul><li>Ground measurements provide calibration and detailed sample frame analysis </li></ul><ul><li>Remote sensing takes the ground samples to extrapolate spatially to the landscape </li></ul><ul><li>Remote sensing characterizes spatial heterogeneity and land use </li></ul><ul><li>Spectral analysis provides rapid soil carbon measurement </li></ul><ul><li>GIS provides the data base framework for organizing spatial data </li></ul><ul><li>Carbon and nitrogen models provide ex ante calculations and detailed accounting </li></ul><ul><li>Web-enabled geospatial information systems to provide local and global access </li></ul>
  6. 9. WWW Ground measures Local communities Remote measures Satellite – ground integration Analysis GEF (markets) TRFIC Technologies Carbon2Markets tools
  7. 10. <ul><li>Integration of in situ carbon and nitrogen with imagery </li></ul>Mature tress Plantation plot New trees samples
  8. 12. Biophysical measurements Forest density and type mapping in Thailand
  9. 13. Leaf Area Index can be used as an Input to NPP-Carbon models
  10. 14. Hyper-rez tree crown detection
  11. 15. Detailed View ETM+ (4,3,2)
  12. 16. Detailed view VCF 30m
  13. 17. Region east of Kingaroy, north of Nanango
  14. 18. Zoom in at high resolution
  15. 19. Region east of Kingaroy, north of Nanango. Small blue dots are waypopints. White is non forest/trees. Carbon sequestration range: 4-8 tCO2e per ha per yr (light to dark)

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