Full text: Proceedings, XXth congress (Part 7)

International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Vol XXXV, Part B7. Istanbul 2004 
perimeters, as well as the Physical Environment data. The 
data base then uses this information for calculation of the 
quantity of seedlings that must be produced at the nurseries, 
helping in this way the definition of better and more detailed 
production chronograms, as well as to evaluate the 
productiveness of the works in a time X human resources 
relationship. The hardprinted maps also collaborate to the 
understanding of the work by the field technicians. Marks for 
photografic monitoring are installed for the monitoring of 
plantation alongside the years. In these points the plantation 
areas are pictured and the data are stored and related to its 
geographic position. The carbon stock monitoring will be 
described bellow (Item 2.3.6). 
Planting Areas 
7 Natural Regeneration 
i. Manual Planting 
3 Stakes 
Hi}} Mechanized Soil Preparation 
Already Planted 
Stakes Already Planted 
@ Planting Control Points 
Figure 6: Planting Areas 
2.3.3 Reserve Handling Plan Subsidy for for the Handling Plan 
elaboration: Biotic Surveys (flora and fauna) and Zoning: 
The data from the reserve ecologial evaluation research are 
stored in a GIS ambient, which provides for a better 
interdisciplinar understanding. The surveys are performed in 
several areas as fauna, flora, social-economy, birds and 
archeology and are integrated resulting in a base for the 
Handling Plan of the reserves. The results are demonstrated 
in maps with indications for the correct use of each area in 
the reserve. Planning and management of the inspection 
(trails): The reserves had their trails and internal accesses 
mapped using GPS. For the management of localization and 
rescues points were marked, at the field and in the GIS, at 
cach 200 meters alongside the trails, which allows for any 
occurrence could be communicated by a radio sistem and the 
local identified quickly. With a nomenclature of the type 
“number of the point/name of the trail” stablished at the field 
and at GIS, hardprinted maps help the inspection system. 
Other information are still stored as trail size, journey time, 
situation and possibility of access with cars or animals. The 
park rangers were instructed to collect GPS points and digital 
photos about hunting, fishing and deforestation occurrences 
among others. These occurrences are stored according to its 
geographic position, which can be analysed for obtaining 
fragility maps of external menaces. 
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Figure 7: Trails: points at each 200 meters. 
2.3.4 Carbon Leakage Control 
2.34.1 Changes in the use of regional land use: The 
projects foresee an upgrade of the Land Use Map at the EPA 
of Guaraquegaba, within a defined frequency between 2 to 5 
years until conclusion of the project to allow identification 
of regional changes of the soil use. These information will be 
subsidy for evaluation of projects effectiveness, mainly in 
relation to the activities previously performed inside the 
reserves and after being interrupted in these areas, could have 
been moved to surrounding areas. 
2.3.5 Conservation and Development 
The projects mantain this component with objectives as the 
creation of models of income generation compatible with the 
natural environment conservation, the environment education 
and the contribution to reduction of human pressure in the 
region. For this purpose activities in the communities 
surrounding the reserves are developed. Characterization of the communities: All the 
communities in the region of the EPA of Guaraqueçaba were 
mapped (point) and characterized minimally. Taking into 
account the distances and ease of access it was defined which 
communities were considered as direct and indirect surround 
and in this way which would have its Participative Rural 
Diagnosis (PRD). The PRD data are prepared and fed to GIS, 
thus complementing the data from the communities. These 
informations are analysed and then it is possible to define 
which communities have priority in the receiving of different 
activities related to this project component. Environmental education actions: Besides the 
identification of areas with need of environmental education 
(item, the technicians in charge of these activities 
make use of GIS in their activities as they can easily 
demonstrate the objectives and advantages of mantaining the 
ambients equilibrated. There are also activities in the maps 
production in a participative way that, besides spreading the 

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