Spatial diagnostic model by introducing sattelite imagery

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Spatial diagnostic model by introducing sattelite imagery

  1. 1. NetWet 3NetWet 3 Spatial diagnostic model by introducing sattelite imagery
  2. 2. NetWet3 Landscape components LandscapeLandscapeLandscapeLandscape Cultural –CulturalCultural –Cultural gridgrid − heritage − historical sites − cities Cultural –CulturalCultural –Cultural gridgrid − heritage − historical sites − cities EcologicalEcological − landcover − aquatic ecosystems − coast EcologicalEcological − landcover − aquatic ecosystems − coast InstitutionalInstitutional − public administration − spatial development actors − policy makers InstitutionalInstitutional − public administration − spatial development actors − policy makers Sosio – economicSosio – economic − agriculture − industry − sme − tourism Sosio – economicSosio – economic − agriculture − industry − sme − tourism
  3. 3. Landscape configuration  Landscape components (static)  Diachronic approach (dynamic) − time as a parameter  past - accepted  present - participate  future - design
  4. 4. Landscape configuration 2008 Future Past Event Event Event
  5. 5. Landscape configuration -reversible- event territorial change
  6. 6. Landscape configuration -e reversible- event territorial change
  7. 7. Landscape configuration Events  Natural − earthquakes − floods - draught − fires − landslide  Man made − territorial policies  implementation  chaotic
  8. 8. Landscape Model •Development of spatial methodology •Diachronic landscape configuration •Identify areas of hight pressure •Identify unique landscape elements •natural elements •men made structure •historical sites •.....
  9. 9. Diachronic landscape configuration  Satellite imagery - Snapshots •For landuse - cover maps Landsat images – Spatial resolution – Radiometric resolution – landuse landcover input layer in Landscape diachronic mapping •Data available since 1970 – Fast data process – reliable results – large areas
  10. 10. Landsat 1977 - 2000 2008 200019891977
  11. 11. Landsat 2000
  12. 12. Landsat 1989
  13. 13. Landsat 1977
  14. 14. Identify areas of hight pressure  Areas where land cover has changed − overlay to water territories − correlation to cultural grid − examine legal status  evaluation of territorial policies implementation
  15. 15. Islands of Cephalonia & Ithaca
  16. 16. Polycentricity  Δυνατότητα σύνδεσης οικισμών μέσω: − Διοικιτικών − Οικονομικών − Κοινωνικών δεσμών  Αργοστόλι – Ληξούρι – Δίπολο  Δημιουργία Ισχυρών Κέντρων  Ζώνες Επιροής
  17. 17. Geology
  18. 18. Landcover – use map
  19. 19. Watersheds - Hydrology
  20. 20. NDVI
  21. 21. NDVI 1977
  22. 22. 1977 – 2000
  23. 23. Vegetation 1977 - 2000
  24. 24. Peloponisos 1977 - 2000
  25. 25. NetWet3 Landscape components LandscapeLandscapeLandscapeLandscape Cultural –CulturalCultural –Cultural gridgrid − heritage − historical sites − cities Cultural –CulturalCultural –Cultural gridgrid − heritage − historical sites − cities EcologicalEcological − landcover − aquatic ecosystems − coast EcologicalEcological − landcover − aquatic ecosystems − coast InstitutionalInstitutional − public administration − spatial development actors − policy makers InstitutionalInstitutional − public administration − spatial development actors − policy makers Sosio – economicSosio – economic − agriculture − industry − sme − tourism Sosio – economicSosio – economic − agriculture − industry − sme − tourism

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