Forest Fire (7062 ha) in Bolivia 06 Nov 2022

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COP 27, nueva oportunidad para frenar el cambio climático

2022-11-11T05:22+0100LaRazon (es)

La Cumbre del Clima ha dado inicio este domingo en Sharm el-Sheij, Egipto, con casi 200 países invitados. Su objetivo principal es encontrar acuerdos para paliar los cada vez más graves impactos del cambio climático con los problemas añadidos de la guerra y la crisis económica.

Bolivian protected areas hit hard by forest fires

2022-11-11T01:20+0100wn (en)

ROBORÉ, Bolivia — Tucabaca Valley Municipal Wildlife Reserve comprises around 2,644 square kilometers (1,021 square miles) of semi-arid forest and scrubland in the heart of southern Bolivia’s Chiquitania region. But the reserve, like the region around it, was beset by wildfires this year.

Bolivian protected areas hit hard by forest fires

2022-11-11T00:06+0100mongabay (en)

ROBORÉ, Bolivia Tucabaca Valley Municipal Wildlife Reserve comprises around 2,644 square kilometers (1,021 square miles) of semi-arid forest and scrubland in the heart of southern Bolivia’s Chiquitania region. But the reserve, like the region around it, was beset by wildfires this year.

Remote Sensing, Vol. 14, Pages 5413: Mapping Burned Areas with Multitemporal–Multispectral Data and Probabilistic Unsupervised Learning

2022-10-28T13:30+0200mdpi (en)

The occurrence of forest fires has increased significantly in recent years across the planet. Events of this nature have resulted in the leveraging of new automated methodologies to identify and map burned areas. In this paper, we introduce a unified data-driven framework capable of mapping areas....

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