USING RUSSIAN REMOTE SENSING DATA FOR STUDING THE DYNAMIC OF ECOLOGICAL AND RESOURSE POTENTIAL RECOVERY OF FORESTS AREA AFTER THE IMPACT OF FOREST FIRES

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The use of remote sensing data for determining the fire situation is shown, as for the monitoring of fire situations and assessment of pyrogenic forest distraction. Studies were conducted on the use of long-term satellite observations to monitor and evaluate the dynamics of ecological and resource potential recovery of the areas affected by forest fires and are based on the assessment of the amount of lost biomass and the rate of vegetation recovery. The ability to monitor the dynamics of vegetation recovery on damaged fire areas are encouraged to implement on the basis of the use of vegetation indices based on spectral properties of vegetation. The proposed method makes it possible to assess the state and environmental and climatic characteristics of the vegetation biomass of the territory and its productivity. It shows the results of remote sensing data from Russian and foreign satellites, obtained in the periods from 2009 to 2013. There are given maps of vegetation index constructed for the studied forestry and the histogram index changes, which assesses the amount of biomass of forest areas.


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Elizaveta Andreevna Grigorets

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Author for correspondence.
Email: 5977749@mail.ru
8/5, Podol’skoe shosse, Moskow, 113093, Russian Federation

postgraduate student of Ecology monitoring and forecasting department, RUDN University

Daria O Kapralova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: dorris@yandex.ru
8/5, Podol’skoe shosse, Moskow, 113093, Russian Federation

senior lecturer Ecology monitoring and forecasting department, RUDN University

Larisa Ivanovna Permitina

NTs OMZ AO «Rossiiskie kosmicheskie sistemy»

Email: permitina@ntsomz.ru
51/25, Dekabristov str., Moskow, 127490, Russian Federation

Leading Researcher NTs OMZ JSC “Russian Space Systems”.

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