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Burnt area mapping in insular Southeast Asia using medium resolution satellite imagery

Jukka Miettinen
2007 Dissertationes Forestales  
I am grateful to these institutions and foundations for providing the research facilities and funding that made this study possible.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This study was conducted at the Department of Forest Resource Management, at the University of Helsinki, Finland, Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing (CRISP), at the National  ...  Both of these studies witnessed significant differences in burnt area mapping accuracy of 1km resolution SPOT VEGETATION data between land cover types.  ... 
doi:10.14214/df.45 fatcat:7oqqf62ghjhmnctltkspm5yovq

A Global Inventory of Burned Areas at 1 Km Resolution for the Year 2000 Derived from Spot Vegetation Data

Kevin Tansey, Jean-Marie Gr�goire, Elisabetta Binaghi, Luigi Boschetti, Pietro Alessandro Brivio, Dmitry Ershov, St�phane Flasse, Robert Fraser, Dean Graetz, Marta Maggi, Pascal Peduzzi, JOs� Pereira (+3 others)
2004 Climatic Change  
The burned area products have been derived from a single source of satellite-derived images, the SPOT VEGETATION S1 1 km product, using algorithms developed and calibrated at regional scales by a network  ...  Furthermore, biomass burning has an impact on health, transport, the environment and land use. Vegetation fires are certainly not recent phenomena and the impacts are not always negative.  ...  An inventory of the extent of burned vegetation for the year 2000 is described in this paper, with reference to the seasonality and timing of burning activity on a monthly basis and tabulated estimates  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10584-004-2800-3 fatcat:xhy6goozsrhdfiti5zioyar3wu

MAPPING BURNT AREAS USING THE SEMI-AUTOMATIC OBJECT-BASED IMAGE ANALYSIS METHOD

Hana Listi Fitriana, Suwarsono Suwarsono, Eko Kusratmoko, Supriatna Supriatna
2020 International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES)  
By using a combination of visible, infrared and thermal channels through the semi-automatic object-based image analysis (OBIA) approach, the study aims to identify burnt areas in the geographical area  ...  The research concludes that the semi-automatic OBIA approach based on the red, infrared and thermal spectral bands is a reliable and fast method for identifying burnt areas in regions of Sumatra and Kalimantan  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS Mapping Burnt Areas Using The Semi-Automatic Object-Based Image Analysis Method. Lead Author: Hana Listi Fitriana and Suwarsono, Co-Author: Eko Kusratmoko and Supriatna.  ... 
doi:10.30536/j.ijreses.2020.v17.a3281 fatcat:zlgvlgzmjzgrtmyhdzjr3jn5oa

Development of a Multi-Spatial Resolution Approach to the Surveillance of Active Fire Lines Using Himawari-8

Chathura Wickramasinghe, Simon Jones, Karin Reinke, Luke Wallace
2016 Remote Sensing  
Satellite remote sensing is regularly used for wildfire detection, fire severity mapping and burnt area mapping.  ...  This is achieved using near infrared (NIR) (1 km) and RED (500 m) data to detect burnt area and smoke within the flagged MIR (2 km) pixel.  ...  Abbreviations The following abbreviatFmanuions are used in this manuscript: MODIS  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs8110932 fatcat:ufbc3h3unze3db3zvpf3ocxkri

Unveiling the Factors Responsible for Australia's Black Summer Fires of 2019/2020

Noam Levin, Marta Yebra, Stuart Phinn
2021 Fire  
These included 205 forest fires with an average area of 584 km2 and 186 non-forest fires with an average area of 445 km2; 63 of the forest fires took place in southeast (SE) Australia (the area between  ...  Fraser Island, Queensland, and Kangaroo Island, South Australia), with an average area of 1097 km2.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank Rodney Borrego-Acevedo for writing a code for extracting time series using the Google Earth Engine.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fire4030058 fatcat:tvlfyjkunngrxcir7puw6zofua

The use of Meteosat and GMS imagery to detect burned areas in tropical environments

L. Boschetti, P.A. Brivio, J.M. Gregoire
2003 Remote Sensing of Environment  
For GMS imagery, AVHRR data acquired over the woodland -savannah areas of Northern Territory in Australia have been used.  ...  The Simple Index for Burned Areas (SIBA), also developed in this study, makes use of the information contained in the visible and thermal InfraRed (IR) band available on the geostationary satellites, whose  ...  Fred Prata (CSIRO-Atmospheric Research) for providing information and software for the pre-processing of GMS data.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0034-4257(02)00189-x fatcat:l7evd776avdvbcsmhpin4rrjri

UAV Based Spatiotemporal Analysis of the 2019–2020 New South Wales Bushfires

Fahim Ullah, Sara Imran Khan, Hafiz Suliman Munawar, Zakria Qadir, Siddra Qayyum
2021 Sustainability  
Bushfires have been a key concern for countries such as Australia for a long time.  ...  For the GIS and remote sensing, datasets of the Australian Bureau of Meteorology and VIIRS fire data products are used, whereas the paths of UAVs are optimized using the Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO  ...  Using the case study of the NSW region of Australia, GIS and remote sensing analyses were conducted to map the burnt areas of NSW.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su131810207 fatcat:uzl4pr5i7bbxbcg5i5lojf6upu

Southern African fire regimes as revealed by remote sensing

S. Archibald, R. J. Scholes, D. P. Roy, G. Roberts, L. Boschetti
2010 International journal of wildland fire  
Additional keywords: burnt area, fire frequency, fire radiative power, fire size, human land use, ignition frequency, vegetation type.  ...  Here we integrate spatial information on annual burnt area, fire frequency, fire seasonality, fire radiative power and fire size distributions to produce an integrated picture of fire regimes in southern  ...  In particular, we acknowledge the contributions of Winston Trollope, Patience Zisadza, Peter Frost, Brian van Wilgen, Navashni Govender, and the members of the Global Observation of Forest and Land Cover  ... 
doi:10.1071/wf10008 fatcat:6qblbfiqczhalf7het2ox77j34

A spatial and temporal assessment of fire regimes on different vegetation types using MODIS burnt area products

Nokuphila L.S. Buthelezi, Onisimo Mutanga, Mathieu Rouget, Mbulisi Sibanda
2016 Bothalia: African Biodiversity & Conservation  
Conclusion: This study underscores the potential of remotely sensed data (MODIS burned area products) in providing a comprehensive view of fire patterns in different vegetation types  ...  products and used as a basis to establish three parameters: annual burnt areas, fire season and fire frequency.  ...  For instance, Devineau et al. (2010) used MODIS active fire data in conjunction with burnt area data and noted that small fragmented fires were better detected by active data, while burnt data revealed  ... 
doi:10.4102/abc.v46i2.2148 fatcat:hpmgn4jqurhlhorj5p2tywmjrm

Detection, Emission Estimation and Risk Prediction of Forest Fires in China Using Satellite Sensors and Simulation Models in the Past Three Decades—An Overview

Jia-Hua Zhang, Feng-Mei Yao, Cheng Liu, Li-Min Yang, Vijendra K. Boken
2011 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Some developed algorithms have been utilized for detecting the forest fire hot spots at a sub-pixel level.  ...  This paper presents an overview in the forest fire detection, emission estimation, and fire risk prediction in China using satellite imagery, climate data, and various simulation models over the past three  ...  Acknowledgements We thank four reviewers for their valuable suggestions that greatly improved this article. This  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph8083156 pmid:21909297 pmcid:PMC3166733 fatcat:ivc5ciqh4ncorhfnf5g6ugyeni

A review of the status of satellite remote sensing and image processing techniques for mapping natural hazards and disasters

Karen E. Joyce, Stella E. Belliss, Sergey V. Samsonov, Stephen J. McNeill, Phil J. Glassey
2009 Progress in physical geography  
This paper addresses a number of data types and image processing techniques used to map and monitor earthquakes, faulting, volcanic activity, landslides, fl ooding, and wildfi re, and the damages associated  ...  Remote sensing is currently used operationally for some monitoring programs, though there are also diffi culties associated with the rapid acquisition of data and provision of a robust product to emergency  ...  Thank you to anonymous reviewers for helpful comments on the original manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0309133309339563 fatcat:op4nakwpsvcsvkqgjepku6k65q

Conditional Performance Evaluation: Using Wildfire Observations for Systematic Fire Simulator Development

Thomas Duff, Jane Cawson, Brett Cirulis, Petter Nyman, Gary Sheridan, Kevin Tolhurst
2018 Forests  
Performance was quantified using the sum of the Area Difference Indices-a measure of prediction overlap calculated for each prediction/observation pair.  ...  We describe and demonstrate a method for use in model development, whereby a dataset comprised of wildfire case-studies is used for evaluating the predictive performance of fire simulators.  ...  The software used for fire comparisons and simulation was PHOENIX RapidFire, a system developed at the University of Melbourne. The versions used were 4.007 and 4.008.  ... 
doi:10.3390/f9040189 fatcat:5jlcct5xnzgrtibnjidttmaaza

Global Wildland Fire Emission Model (GWEM): Evaluating the use of global area burnt satellite data

Judith J. Hoelzemann
2004 Journal of Geophysical Research  
This study focuses on an evaluation of the GLOBSCAR data set. The GWEM version presented here makes use of the Moderate-Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) land cover map.  ...  The GLOBSCAR product yields reasonable estimates of burnt area for large wildland fires in most parts of the globe but experiences problems in some regions where small fires dominate.  ...  Thonicke from PIK for many more helpful discussions and data. We thank J. Feichter and A. Heil for the internal review and S. Kinne for a linguistic polish of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1029/2003jd003666 fatcat:pa3iowqf5fhinde7mzntpz7rwy

UAV Assisted Spatiotemporal Analysis and Management of Bushfires: A Case Study of the 2020 Victorian Bushfires

Hafiz Suliman Munawar, Fahim Ullah, Sara Imran Khan, Zakria Qadir, Siddra Qayyum
2021 Fire  
The results show that the aggregate of 1500 m produces the best output for estimating the burnt areas.  ...  The fire products of Visible Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) and Moderate-resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) are used for monitoring the burnt areas within the Victorian Region due to  ...  Data Availability Statement: Data is available with the first author and can be shared with anyone upon reasonable request. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fire4030040 fatcat:ivgf2rlttzd77kvttfrhhvwgki

SYNERGISTIC USE OF OPTICAL AND RADAR DATA FOR RAPID MAPPING OF FOREST FIRES IN THE EUROPEAN MEDITERRANEAN

E.-M. Bernhard, E. Stein, A. Twele, M. Gähler
2012 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
Thus the main focus of our work was to combine the advantages of both data types and to develop a robust and fast but at the same time precise and transferable algorithm for burned area detection in the  ...  In a classical approach, optical data are being used for forest fire detection in a rush mode. Difficulties arise due to persistent cloud coverage, haze layers and smoke plumes.  ...  This work developed an algorithm for a synergistic use of both sensor types, allowing an all weather forest fire mapping in a rush mode.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xxxviii-4-w19-27-2011 fatcat:ccnh3ou2lrb2dn6hinnmowlsn4
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