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Forest Monitoring Uncertainties & Degradation Monitoring Options

Forest Monitoring Uncertainties & Degradation Monitoring Options

Forest Monitoring Uncertainties & Degradation Monitoring Options

13 November 2012

This document is a combination of presentations from the LEAF-USFS Synthesis Workshop on Options for Monitoring Forest Degradation at Sub-National Levels in the Mekong, held from 13-14 November 2012 in Bangkok.

Integrating Remote Sensing and field data; Statistical context for forest monitoring

Integrating Remote Sensing and field data; Statistical context for forest monitoring

Integrating Remote Sensing and field data; Statistical context for forest monitoring

14 November 2012

This document is a combination of presentations from the LEAF-USFS Synthesis Workshop on Options for Monitoring Forest Degradation at Sub-National Levels in the Mekong, held from 13-14 November 2012 in Bangkok.  The presentations from this particular session focus on emerging best practices in developing models to measure degradation, and monitoring methods and their expected statistical certai

Forest Inventory Case Studies

Forest Inventory Case Studies

Forest Inventory Case Studies

14 November 2012

This document is a combination of presentations from the LEAF-USFS Synthesis Workshop on Options for Monitoring Forest Degradation at Sub-National Levels in the Mekong, held from 13-14 November 2012 in Bangkok.  The presentations from this particular session focus on opportunities and challenges to monitor forest degradation through stock-difference and/or gain-loss approaches.  These case stud

Remote Sensing Case Studies

Remote Sensing Case Studies

Remote Sensing Case Studies

14 November 2012

This document is a combination of presentations from the LEAF-USFS Synthesis Workshop on Options for Monitoring Forest Degradation at Sub-National Levels in the Mekong, held from 13-14 November 2012 in Bangkok.  The presentations from this particular session examine remote sensing technologies and methodologies to detect and monitor degradation within "Forest Remaining Forest."  Doug Muchoney o

Drivers of Degradation & UNFCCC Definitions

Drivers of Degradation & UNFCCC Definitions

Drivers of Degradation & UNFCCC Definitions

14 November 2012

This document is a combination of presentations from the LEAF-USFS Synthesis Workshop on Options for Monitoring Forest Degradation at Sub-National Levels in the Mekong, held from 13-14 November 2012 in Bangkok.  The presentations from this particular session focus on forest degradation definitions and the opportunities and challenges to implement a monitoring program based on these definitions.

Reduced-Impact Logging: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies in the Emerging Forest Carbon Economy

Reduced-Impact Logging: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies in the Emerging Forest Carbon Economy

Reduced-Impact Logging: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies in the Emerging Forest Carbon Economy

05 May 2012

Report from the May 2012 Asia-Pacific Workshop, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.

Click here for additional Reduced-Impact Logging (RIL) resources.

Resources from Asia-Pacific Workshop on RIL: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies in the Emerging Forest Carbon Economy

Resources from Asia-Pacific Workshop on RIL: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies in the Emerging Forest Carbon Economy

01 January 2012

These resources include the concept note and agenda, list of participants, proceedings and presentations.

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