This data set contains GIS coverages constructed from measurements taken of logged areas in Juruena, Mato Grosso. Classes include roads, skids trails, tree crowns, tree-fall locations, and block boundary ( Asner et al., 2004). Coverages are in ArcInfo SHAPE format (*.shp), UTM projection, using the WGS84 datum.
Figure 1. Location of logged areas in Juruena, Mato Grosso and typical study block showing tree-fall location, skid trail, and road coverages.
Cite this data set as follows:
Asner , G.P., M. Keller, R. Pereira Jr., J.C. Zweede , and J.N.M. Silva. 2008. LBA-ECO LC-13 GIS Coverages of Logged Areas, Juruena Mato Grosso Brazil: 2002. Data set. Available on-line [http://daac.ornl.gov] from Oak Ridge National Laboratory Distributed Active Archive Center, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U.S.A. doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/888.
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Project: LBA (Large-Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere Experiment in the Amazon)
LBA Science Component: Land Use and Land Cover
Team ID: LC-13 ( Asner/Silva)
The investigators were Asner, Gregory Paul; Silva, Jose Natalino Macedo; Cooper, Amanda Naslund; Hare, Anna Quinn; Harris III, Albert Thomas; Keller, Michael M.; Knapp, David E.; Olander, Lydia Pauline; Palace, Michael William and Warner, Amanda Susan . You may contact Asner, Gregory P. (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Knapp, David E. (email@example.com).
LBA Data Set Inventory ID: LC13_GIS_Juruena
These data are GIS data layers in SHAPE
format of logging areas in
There is a separate SHAPE file for roads, skids trails, tree crowns, tree-fall locations, and block boundary. The
data are in UTM using the WGS84 datum.
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The data files for each parameter (e.g., skids, roads) are in the SHAPE file format and are combined in compressed files for each parameter and time frame as appropriate. These data are in the SHAPE file format in the UTM projection, using the WGS84 datum, Zone 21S.
This layer shows the logging blocks as polygons.
Juruena_Blocks_Roads_GIS_UTM.zip This layer shows the logging roads in the various blocks.
Juruena_Blocks_Skids_GIS_UTM.zip This layer shows the logging skids in the various blocks.
Juruena_TreeCrowns_GIS_UTM_2002NOV12.zip and Juruena_TreeCrowns_GIS_UTM_2002NOV15.zip
These two layers show the GPS locations of tree crowns ( copa ) after cutting, on 12-Nov-2002 and 15-Nov-2002, respectively.
Juruena_SkidTrails_GIS_UTM_2002_Nov.zip This layer shows skid trails during field work in November of 2002.
Juruena_TreeFalls_GIS_UTM_2002_Nov.zip This layer shows GPS locations of tree falls (stump location) during field work in November of 2002.
* "Skid or Skid Trail" means a temporary pathway principally used to drag or transport felled trees or logs or other material to a landing.
* "Road or Access Road" means a temporary or permanent access route.
Site boundaries: (All latitude and longitude given in degrees and fractions)
|Site (Region)||Westernmost Longitude||Easternmost Longitude||Northernmost Latitude||Southernmost Latitude||Geodetic Datum|
|Mato Grosso - Juruena (Mato Grosso)||-58.591167||-58.360617||-10.422198||-10.602652||World Geodetic System, 1984 (WGS-84)|
Platform/Sensor/Parameters measured include:
These data can be used to identify how logging activity affects reflectance measurements from multi- and hyper-spectral imagery.
These data were compared with imagery of the area to visually confirm the location of roads and other features visible in the imagery.
A Leica GPS unit was used to collect the location of the features in the field.
This data is available through the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Distributed Active Archive Center (DAAC) or the EOS Data Gateway.
Contact for Data Center
Telephone: +1 (865) 241-3952
Asner, Gregory P., Michael Keller, Rodrigo Pereira Jr., Johan C. Zweede, and Jose N. M. Silva. 2004. Canopy Damage and Recovery Selective Logging in Amazonia: Field and Satellite Studies. Ecological Applications 14(4): S280-S298.
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