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User-friendly and cost-
effective approach to
identifying agroforestry:
example from Southeast Asia
Karis Tenneson, Todd R...
▸More than 30 countries are already using the tool for
reporting (FRL/FREL, GHG inventories, BUR)
▸2019 FAO Remote Sensing...
& what does it look like to a bird?
& what does it look like to a bird?
Collect Earth Online
Developed in
partnership with:
▸Open-source, satellite image
viewing and interpretation system
▸Simul...
Demonstration
Analysis of activity data
Quantify the prevalence of agroforestry systems in
the six land use classes
Thanks
• To learn more about the use of Collect Earth
Online, visit the website at https://collect.earth/
• Read more abou...
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User friendly and cost-effective approach to identifying agroforestry: example from Southeast Asia

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This presentation was given on 25 June 2019 by Karis Tenneson (Spatial Informatics Group, LLC, SIG) for the CCAFS and USAID webinar Making trees count: MRV for agroforestry under UNFCCC. See the introductory presentation for more detail: Agroforestry for livelihoods and climate.

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User friendly and cost-effective approach to identifying agroforestry: example from Southeast Asia

  1. 1. User-friendly and cost- effective approach to identifying agroforestry: example from Southeast Asia Karis Tenneson, Todd Rosenstock, Rachmat Mulia, Matthew S. Patterson, Seth Bogle, Marta Suber, Pham Van Thanh, James Daniel, Nguyen Mai Phuong, Nguyen Quang Tan, Jacobo Arango
  2. 2. ▸More than 30 countries are already using the tool for reporting (FRL/FREL, GHG inventories, BUR) ▸2019 FAO Remote Sensing Forest Resource Assessment Map-athons A free platform for completing land cover/use inventory
  3. 3. & what does it look like to a bird?
  4. 4. & what does it look like to a bird?
  5. 5. Collect Earth Online Developed in partnership with: ▸Open-source, satellite image viewing and interpretation system ▸Simultaneous data entry with compilation of user databases implemented online ▸No need for desktop installation ▸Codebase is shared through the Open Foris Initiative of FAO ▸Integrated with land cover classification and area estimation tools such as SEPAL and GEE
  6. 6. Demonstration
  7. 7. Analysis of activity data Quantify the prevalence of agroforestry systems in the six land use classes
  8. 8. Thanks • To learn more about the use of Collect Earth Online, visit the website at https://collect.earth/ • Read more about one of the pilot studies here: https://ccafs.cgiar.org/publications/open-and- crowd-sourced-mrv-agroforestry-preliminary- results-and-lessons-learned-pilot#.XRIqdOj0lPY • Please contact me at ktenneson@sig-gis.com with additional questions

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