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*En hemeroteca, SIBE-San Cristóbal
Propuesta metodológica interdisciplinaria y multiescalar para el estudio de la vulnerabilidad del paisaje
Andablo Reyes, Araceli (coaut.) ; Castillo Santiago, Miguel Ángel (coaut.) ; Hernández Moreno, María del Carmen (coaut.) ; Francois Mas, Jean (coaut.) ; Pérez Vega, Azucena (coaut.) ; Flamenco Sandoval, Alejandro Fidel (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Revista Internacional de Estadística y Geografía Vol. 9, no. 1 (enero-abril 2018), p. 82-99 ISSN: 2007-2961
Nota: En hemeroteca, SIBE-San Cristóbal

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Resumen en inglés

Gebhardt et al. (2014) presented the Monitoring Activity Data for the Mexican REDD+ program (MAD-MEX), an automatic nation-wide land cover monitoring system for the Mexican REDD+ MRV. Though MAD-MEX represents a valuable first effort toward establishing a national reference emissions level for the implementation of REDD+ in Mexico, in this paper, we argue that this land cover system has important limitations that may prevent it from becoming operational for REDD+ MRV. Specifically, we show that (1) the accuracy assessment of MAD-MEX land cover maps is optimistically biased; (2) the ability of MAD-MEX to monitor land cover change, including deforestation and forest degradation; is poor and (3) the use of an entirely automatic classification approach, such as that followed by MAD-MEX, is highly problematic in the case of a large and heterogeneous country like Mexico. We discuss these limitations and call into question the ability of a land cover monitoring system, such as MAD-MEX, both to elaborate a national reference emissions level and to monitor future forest cover change, as part of a REDD+ MRV system. We provide some insights with the aim of improving the development of nation-wide land cover monitoring systems in Mexico and elsewhere.