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Red Latinoamericana de Teledetección e Incendios Forestales (RedLaTif)

Fires in Yucatán, México
Fires in Yucatán, México

The Latin-American Network for Remote Sensing and Forest Fires (RedLaTIF) is a regional network established in 2002 under the Global Observations of Forest and Land Dynamics (GOFC/GOLD)-Fire Mapping and Monitoring Theme. RedLaTIF members are composed of remote sensing specialists with emphasis on the detection and mapping of active fires and burned areas. The network’s primary goals are to: (i) assess and validate global satellite fire products, (ii) promote use of remote sensing data, and (iii) bridge the gap between end users and space agencies.

RedLaTIF member representation covers a wide geographic area extending from Mexico to Argentina, while also including participation from scientists in Spain and United States, among others. 

Redlatif
redlatif.org

 

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US Contact Information

Address
  1. Wilfrid Shroeder

    Dr. Wilfrid Schroeder
    NOAA
    College Park, Maryland
    USA
    Email: wilfrid.schroeder@noaa.gov

Regional Contact Information

Address
  1. Nicolas Mari

    Lic. Nicolás A. Mari

    Investigador - extensionista 

    Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria (INTA)

    Argentina

    https://www.argentina.gob.ar/inta

    http://www.redlatif.org/

    mari.nicolas@inta.gob.ar

    nicolasalejandromari@gmail.com
     

  2. Fabiano Morelli

    Dr. Fabiano Morelli

    Servidor/Tecnologista

    Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)

    Brazil

    http://www.inpe.br/

    http://queimadas.dgi.inpe.br/queimadas/portal

    fabiano.morelli@inpe.br 

     

  3. Isabel Cruz

    Dra. María Isabel Cruz López

    Subcoordinadora de Percepción Remota

    Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad 

    México

    https://www.conabio.gob.mx/index.html

    http://incendios.conabio.gob.mx/

    icruz@conabio.gob.mx 


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