Land Cover Participatory in Wonosobo Lebak 2013

Village volunteers created participatory maps of land cover for their villages, identifying the different land covers and their vegetation types. After the first draft of the map, a ground check was conducted to geo-reference the main features (rivers, villages, and roads, etc.,). The maps were digitized using GIS software and verified by the villagers. This example from Central Java illustrates that the various land covers in the area are predominantly anthropogenic such as Perhutani pine plantations, agroforestry, and agricultural lands, and settlements.

Dataset's Files

IDNWonosoboLebak_LandCoverParticipatory_2013_CIFOR.zip

MD5: b223835a920212dd4a0de647d00a5d8e

Land cover participatory mapping of Wonosobo Lebak


LC_Lebak_Map_2014.jpg

MD5: 2913e730584ece02b4f5bc74317a4a72

Participatory land cover map for Lebak, Central Java


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Authors

Seta, G.A. ; Boissiere, M.

Keywords

climate changes; emission; greenhouse gasses; land cover; villages

Publishers

CIFOR

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Publication date

2019-07-31

DOI

10.17528/CIFOR/DATA.00183

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