Historical Fire Detection Of Tropical Forest From NDVI Time-Series Data : Case Study On Jambi, Indonesia

@inproceedings{Panuju2010HistoricalFD,
  title={Historical Fire Detection Of Tropical Forest From NDVI Time-Series Data : Case Study On Jambi, Indonesia},
  author={Dyah R. Panuju and Bambang H. Trisasongko and Budi Susetyo and M. A. Raimadoya and Brian G. Lees},
  year={2010}
}
  • Dyah R. Panuju, Bambang H. Trisasongko, +2 authors Brian G. Lees
  • Published 2010
  • Mathematics
  • In addition to forest encroachment, forest fire is a serious problem in Indonesia. Attempts at managing its widespread and frequent occurrence has led to intensive use of remote sensing data. Coarse resolution images have been employed to derive hot spots as an indicator of forest fire. However, most efforts to verify the hot spot data and to verify fire accidents have been restricted to the use of medium or high resolution data. At present, it is difficult to verify solely upon those data due… CONTINUE READING

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