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Remote Sensing for Tropical Ecosystem Management

Remote Sensing for Tropical Ecosystem Management. Proceedings of the Sixth Regional Seminar on Earth Observation for Tropical Ecosystem Management, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam, 3-7 November 1997. Author: UN. Publication date: February 2000. Monitoring the Earth's environment by remote sensing provides an opportunity for greater information sharing and predicting changes in the Earth's environment.

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Proceedings of the Seventh Regional Seminar on Earth Observation for Tropical Ecosystem Management - Dhaka, Bangladesh 7-11 December 1998. Publication date: May 2000. Remote sensing is a key issue, especially in the Asia-Pacific region, where more than half of the world's natural disasters occur, adding pressure on national and regional efforts to achieve the goals of sustainable development. It is recognized that monitoring the Earth's environment by space technologies, like remote sensing, provides an opportunity for greater information sharing and predicting changes in the Earth's environment.

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monitoring and management of ecosystems . A thorough analysis of climatic, socio-economic and natural resources conditions was made.

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Remote Sensing for Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Hydrology . Remote sensing technology continues to play a significant role in the understanding of our environment. This is driven by the lack of in situ observations and the variety of downscaling techniques used to model the regional issues. These are the pre-requisites for addressing urban to regional problems such as agriculture health, water resource management, drought and food security.

Remote sensing and ecosystems monitoring challenges include (i) scale issues, (ii) data gathering and analysis, and (iii) .

Remote sensing and ecosystems monitoring challenges include (i) scale issues, (ii) data gathering and analysis, and (iii) software development. This Special Issue encourages discussion concerning innovative s that are based on remote sensing data, which are used for the study of ecosystems at different spatial and temporal scales.

For instance, EBM focuses on ecosystem protection and management by taking . satellite-based earth observations. Ecosystem-based management and the requirements for a knowledge base of observations.

For instance, EBM focuses on ecosystem protection and management by taking the entire ecosystem such as the management of large marine ecosystems. x Request national governments to incorporate specific ecosystem based goals and targets into ICM through national strategy and action programs to provide a basis for pragmatic policy implementation.

Monitoring the Earth's environment by remote sensing provides an opportunity for greater information sharing and predicting changes in the Earth's environment. This publication creates an awareness among managers and planners concerned with natural resources and environmental management about the usefulness of remote sensing and geographic information system techniques in mapping, monitoring and managing the land and its resources in tropical environments.