Phenological Observation Treatment                    in the Landscape Mapping               of the Vysoké Pole Experiment...
Landscape observation and mapping –Why is important?   Landscape - selected part of the earths surface with a typical    ...
Phenology   Phenology is the study of periodic cycle of plants life    events and how these are influenced by seasonal an...
Phenological observationGrowing season - Timeframe in which the good climatic conditions(enough heat, plenty of rainfall) ...
Applications of phenological observationsThe results are applied in:Agriculture and forestry – Research of vegetationcycl...
Phenological mapping   Phenological observations are in direct relation to    climatic influences - phenological maps can...
Aims of research   Focused on comprehensive approach to phenological    mapping of the landscape   Practically verify in...
Study area - Experimental Site Vysoké Pole   Experimental site is the location of the Vysoké Pole    village.   The loca...
Methods1. Phenological observation     3 sites with different conditions     Observation of 4 wild species     Collecti...
Methods3. Remote sensing from UAV    Device for small-scale photography    Visible part of part spectrum    Infrared pa...
First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
Current phonological observations   Observations in several periods for 14 days   Choosing of 3 locations and 4 species...
First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
Future works   Spatial and statistical analyses of phenological    observation   Compared with data from official phenol...
Thank you for attentionAleš VÁVRA,30. 10. 2012,KGI UP Olomoucales.vavra@upol.cz                     First InDOG Doctoral C...
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Vávra, A: Phenological Observation Treatment in the Landscape Mapping of the Vysoké Pole Experimental Site

  1. 1. Phenological Observation Treatment in the Landscape Mapping of the Vysoké Pole Experimental Site Aleš VÁVRAThis presentation is co-financed by theEuropean Social Fund and the statebudget of the Czech Republic
  2. 2. Landscape observation and mapping –Why is important? Landscape - selected part of the earths surface with a typical combination of natural and cultural elements The basic components of the landscape include topography, soil, waters, climate, vegetation cover, fauna and human - all components interact on each other Landscape can be – natural or cultural It is important to observe and understand relationships in the landscape - prevent to negative intervention and ensure sustainability First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
  3. 3. Phenology Phenology is the study of periodic cycle of plants life events and how these are influenced by seasonal and interannual variations of climate. Phenology is part of the bioclimatology. Phenological phases (signs) of plants - Phenological phases (phenophases) is well recognizable and annually recurring state of the development of plants. We observe several phenophases in the growing season on each plant. First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
  4. 4. Phenological observationGrowing season - Timeframe in which the good climatic conditions(enough heat, plenty of rainfall) allow progress of the major lifefunctions of plants.Usually lasts from March to November.(it depands on location and conditions)The most important phenological phases(at a wood plants):- Bud burst - Inflorence emergency-First leaves - Beginning of flowering-Yellowing of leaves - End of flowering-Leaves fallen - Fruit ripennes First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
  5. 5. Applications of phenological observationsThe results are applied in:Agriculture and forestry – Research of vegetationcycles and determination of their timeof sowing, harvesting, yieldsClimate models and predictions – creation ofphenological models and comparisonwith climate modelsHuman health – important for determiningthe onset, duration and location of pollen situations First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
  6. 6. Phenological mapping Phenological observations are in direct relation to climatic influences - phenological maps can be compared with climate maps Phenological mapping can express spatial aspect of data from observation Based on phenological map, we can predict future phenologic development Several methods of phenological mapping, depand on:  number of observed phenological data  spatial arrangement of input data  scale of mapping First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
  7. 7. Aims of research Focused on comprehensive approach to phenological mapping of the landscape Practically verify integration of several methods of data collection for the study of landscape Phenological activities are observed in several different periods Result will be time serie of observations, can be useful for predictive modelling of phenological conditions of the studied area First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
  8. 8. Study area - Experimental Site Vysoké Pole Experimental site is the location of the Vysoké Pole village. The location lies at an altitude of 423 m, about 7 km northwest of the town Valašské Klobouky (Zlín Region). Site is using for research and study purposes Several method of monitoring of landscape in this area First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
  9. 9. Methods1. Phenological observation  3 sites with different conditions  Observation of 4 wild species  Collection of data from June – it will continue in the spring2. Monitoring of abiotics factorsby network of sensors  Monitoring of air temperature, air moisture and precipitation  Places with sensors are near of sites of pnenological observation First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
  10. 10. Methods3. Remote sensing from UAV  Device for small-scale photography  Visible part of part spectrum  Infrared part spectrum4. Analyses of DEM  DEM from laserscaning  We can analyse terrain properities  Using for vizualization First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
  11. 11. First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
  12. 12. Current phonological observations Observations in several periods for 14 days Choosing of 3 locations and 4 species Identify of phenophases make photo documentation Consulting with experts on phenology First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
  13. 13. First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
  14. 14. Future works Spatial and statistical analyses of phenological observation Compared with data from official phenological station (with similar characteristics) Integration with other method of monitoring in our site  Correlation of with measured abiotics results from sensor network  Compare with UAV images Vizaulization at the polythematical map First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc
  15. 15. Thank you for attentionAleš VÁVRA,30. 10. 2012,KGI UP Olomoucales.vavra@upol.cz First InDOG Doctoral Conference, 29th October - 1st November 2012, Olomouc

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