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Citation KeyTrindade:1988:EsAnVe
AuthorTrindade, Maria de Lourdes Bueno
GroupSER-SPG-INPE-BR
TitleEstudo de anomalias na vegetação de transição do Alto Xingu-MT, através de técnicas de sensoriamento remoto
Year1988
CommitteeAspiazú, Celestino (presidente)
Cunha, Roberto Pereira da (orientador)
Hernandez Filho, Pedro (orientador)
Disperati, Attílio Antonio
Carvalho, Vitor Celso de
Date1988-02-18
Alternate TitleStudy of anomalies in transition vegetation in Alto Xingo-NT through remote sensing techniques
UniversityInstituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
CitySao Jose dos Campos
Keywordsvegetação, Alto Xingu (MT), Amazônia (Região), cerrado, fotografia aérea, sistemas multiespectrais de varredura, mapeador temático (LANDSAT), satélites LANDSAT, florestas, região tropical, anomalias, vegetation, anomalies, grassland, rain forest, tropical region, aerial photography, LANDSAT satellites.
AbstractImagens multitemporais MSS e TM/LANDSAT adquiridas em bandas do infravermelho próximo mostraram a ocorrência de padrões distintos (anomalias) na vegetação de transição do Alto Xingu - MT. A interpretação visual das imagens TM/LANDSAT permitiu definir a área de ocorrência e caracterizar estes padrões nos domínios espacial, espectral e temporal. Técnicas de analise digital aplicadas a duas áreas testes não melhoraram esta definição. Para a diferenciação entre as áreas de vegetação anômala e adjacente, a utilização de parâmetros espectrais mostrou-se mais consistente que o calculo de índices vegetativos. A verificação desta ocorrência em fotografias aéreas pancromáticas de 1967, e posteriormente em imagens de satélite nas bandas do infravermelho próximo, permitiu inferir que sua existência esta relacionada a regeneração da vegetação nestas áreas especificas, e demonstrou a efetiva aplicabilidade desta banda espectral em trabalhos similares. ABSTRACT: MSS and TM/LANDSAT multitemporal data obtained in the near infrared spectral bands disclosed anomalies in the transition vegetation between Amazonian rain forest and Cerrado, Brazilian tropical savannah (Mato Grosso State, Brasil). The visual interpretation of TM/LANDSAT images showed the spatial, spectral and temporal characteristics of these anomalies. Through digital analysis carried out in two test areas, it was no possible to improve the anomaly patterns definition. Spectral parameters were more consistent than vegetation indices in the differentiation between anomalies and the surrounding vegetation. The first observation of this occurrence was done in panchromatic aerial photographs (obtained in 1967), and lately, in the near infrared spectral bands of the satellite images. This fact allowed to infer that the existence of these anomalies is relacioned with the regeneration of the vegetation in these specific areas and demonstrated the application of this spectral bands similar works.
Number of Pages123
Languagept
Thesis TypeDissertação (Mestrado em Sensoriamento Remoto)
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