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Copy of GIS in GP Russia

About Mapping Unit of Greenpeace Russia

Ilona Zhuravleva

on 13 March 2013

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Data management
Database creation
Spatial Analysis
Map exporting
Satellite images pre-processing and classification Intact Forest Landscapes Forest Fires Fundraising monitoring: Forest Change Focus! Arctic Density Assessment of Donors in Taipei (Taiwan) ........2000................................2005................................2010....... Since 1998 - part of forest campaign
Since 2010 - part of Forest Network
Since 2012 - special department
1-4 people . . And that's NOT all...

Thank you! Greenpeace Worldwide Mapping Units Mapping and Conservation into campaign work in order to have clear
evidence of natural ecosystems damages integrate data and tools to work and lobby on the base of credible figures and data gives broad opportunities for
of conservation projects Internet system designed to
all types of geographical data = Geographic Information
System GIS HARDWARE SOFTWARE PEOPLE DATA APPROACHES observation of Earth surface using of aerial and satellite sensor technologies = Remote
Sensing RS GP Russia Mapping Unit Education Communication Science Forests Arctic Energy Fundrising rapid response: concept: investigation: Geodatabase and
Multi-factor Analysis: Science society: Communication traditional vs web: GIS for everybody: Forest Cover Geographic Information System (GIS) in Greenpeace - What For? Ilona Zhuravleva Head of Mapping Unit
Greenpeace Russia of truthful and transparent information
access for spatial data conservation problems are popularization lack 1988 2009 2001 Oil Spills withing Oil Fields of Gazprom-Neft' (Yamalo-Nenetc autonomous region, Russia) before 2001: 61 spills
2001-2009 : 48 spills
2010-2012 : 17 spills
: 78 spots need to be checked on the ground 2011/05/22 2011/05/22 2011/05/15 Ice Conditions Terra/Modis Main
Approaches Campaign Driven Data Driven Tools
we have Mapping Research Comms Campaign Mapping in GP An expanse of natural forest and non-forest ecosystems no signs of significant human activity larger than 50,000 ha 2000-2005 2005-2010 2010 (A) the Wilderness Areas map by McCloskey and Spalding (1989);

(B) Frontier Forests map by Bryant et al. (1997);

(C) Intact areas map produced on the base of the Human Footprint data set by Sanderson et al. (2002);

(D) IFL mapping results (2006)

(green) Intact areas

(gray) the rest of forest zone Education Large unbroken IFL enough that all native biodiversity, including viable populations of wide-ranging species, could be maintained Authors GIS
Server GIS Users Web Users Web-applications GIS-format
Downloads Geo-
Animations http://greenpeace.ru/savethearctic assessment: Supervised Classification (Neurons Network) Palm Oil Plantations compilation data: Hotspots MODIS Satellite Images Map of Burned Areas in Russia (2011) Treats of Forest Fires in 2011
and Main Results of Forest Fire Season of 2010 (Central Part of European Russia) "In Moscow and nearest regions approximately 17% of area is under the forest fire threat for 2011. Among “great Moscow” area the most dangerous can be considered Verkhnevolzhskaya and Mesherskaya lowland." 2011-06-11
Terra/Modis 2012-07-12
Terra/Modis 280,108 ha of forests were degraded in 2000-2011
3.4% of Romania forestcover was lost in recent 10 years Monitoring in Tropic Oil platform
and Biodiversity Map Products Accompany with Maps and Spatial Statistics Site Page Kids for Forests Camp Volunteers Meeting GIS basic in "Kids for Forests" Newsletter Presentations for GP Staff Skill Sharing Papers Conferences Orange – large dry pine and mixed forests on sand,
green – the largest drained peats,
red – fireplaces 2010,
blue –windfalls,
yellow – contaminated areas after Chernobyl’ disaster,
green spots – burned populated places in 2010 N 69 15' 56.88"
E 57 17' 17.34" + Forestcover Change 2000-2010 in Romania Central and Northern
European Russia forests 2001
Landsat-7 ETM+ 2011
Landsat-5 TM Change (red) 2001-2011 Synthesis of Mid-Infrared Bands 25% of Forests are Intact Palm Oil Plantations According High-resolution (HR) Images in Google Earth plantation scene of HR (Present Conditions) spatially referenced Layers Approach Image Processing Change Detection Process
not for understanding:) Active Forest Fires in South-East Part of Yakutia
2012/07/12 (total area 1,321 Kha) Russian Forests IFLs and other Researchs International Conference “Earth from Space – the Most Effective Solutions”,
Moscow, Russia Esri International User Conference, San Diego, USA Forest Cover Change in Romania 2000-2010 Kids for Forests in Russia Land Cover and Land Use in Indonesia Peat Lands and Fires in European Part of Russia + Automatic Algorithms of Overlaying Test Mode Fukushima Disaster, Japan, 2011 GP Romania Forest Crime Push, 2012 Oil spill within southern part of Muravlenkovskoe oil field (Gazprom-neft', Yamalo-Nenetc autonomous region, Russia) 6% of tropical IFLs were degraded in 2000-2010 Romania Images: Time "pairs" for Historical Analysis = = Fire-Fighting Team Mapping Support GP Map Modelling of Oil Spilling (Prirazlomnaya) Export of Coniferous wood from North-West Russia to Finland (database) Internet Images by ©ESRI fires.kosmosnimki.ru - Scanex FIRMS - NASA © Scanex Image Processor http://www.intactforests.org Greenpeace
World Resource Institute
Transparent World
University of Maryland (Geography Department) Federal Protected Areas by Transparent World Animals Habitats by WWF Animals Habitats by WWF Animals Habitats by WWF Animals Habitats by WWF Oil Spilling Model by НМЦ "Информатика Риска" Oil Spilling Model by НМЦ "Информатика Риска" Oil Spilling Model by НМЦ "Информатика Риска" Oil Spilling Model by НМЦ "Информатика Риска" Scanex, ©Ikonos, 17.03.2011 Greenpeace
and GIS
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