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III Technical Training Cerrado Knowledge Platform: Socio-environmental Analysis

Participate in the III Technical Training of the Cerrado Knowledge Platform: Social and Environmental Analysis

🗓️ 26/01 (Tuesday)
🕦 14h & #8211; 5 pm
📺 Live through the Cerrado Knowledge Platform channel on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Cerebr Knowledge PlatformadoFree registration: https://cepf.lapig.iesa.ufg.br /

3-hour certificate issuance

Program content:
• Acquisition of socio-environmental data;
• Land cover and use reports;
• Deforestation reports;
• Vectorization in Google Earth Pro;
• Spatial operations in QGIS;
• Area calculations, and
• Elaboration of maps.Based on the experience of the Image Processing and Geoprocessing Laboratory (LAPIG) at the Federal University of Goiás (www.lapig.iesa.ufg.br), the Cerrado Knowledge Platform gathers in one place a large list of georeferenced data, such as land use, deforestation history, fires, limits of conservation units, hydrographic basins, biodiversity, among many others. Check out!

THE Cerrado Knowledge Platform is a project of the Image Processing and Geoprocessing Laboratory (LAPIG) with support from the Partnership Fund for Critical Ecosystems (CEPF) and the International Education Institute of Brazil (IEB).

The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund is a joint initiative of the French Development Agency, Conservation International, the European Union, Global Environmental Management, the Government of Japan and the World Bank. A key goal is to ensure that civil society is involved in biodiversity conservation.

Agenda: X ICMBio Seminar & #8220; Strategic Research for Social and Environmental Development & #8221;


Began this Tuesday (18/09) the X Research Seminar and X Scientific Initiation Meeting of the Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation (ICMBio). This year's theme is “Strategic Research for Social and Environmental Development ”. The event brings together researchers, ICMBio servers, students and stakeholders.

The event runs until tomorrow and features roundtables and presentation of works by students of the ICMBio Scientific Initiation Program and other research institutions.

Check out the schedule!