OPTIMIZATION OF FOREST REHABILITATION PLANNING

Monitoring displaced population
9th Oct 2014
SUPER-RESOLUTION POST-PROCESSING FOR SATELLITES WITH YAW-STEERING CAPABILITY
9th Oct 2014

Abstract

The study mainly investigates the ability to provide a guideline on the exact areas available for rehabilitation and determine the most desirable species that are 
suitable in order to achieve a desirable success rate. Specifically, this research intends to:
  • Provide a land use map which can further be used to estimate the target forest area to be rehabilitated.
  • Identify areas that can either be planted physically or be protected to allow for natural regeneration.
  • Provide a framework for species site matching.

The area of study is East Mau forest located in Nakuru Country, Kenya and is part of the larger Mau eco system. 


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