CREATING AND USING GIS DATABASES FOR THE INVENTORY OF TREE SPECIES FROM CAMPUS OF BUSAMV "KING MICHAEL IST OF ROMANIA" FROM TIMISOARA PUBLISHEDFlorina BURESCU, Olguța MORARIU, Mihai Valentin HERBEI firstname.lastname@example.org
This study want to present how to achieve a geodatabase useful in the management of tree inventory projects. Inventory of trees from a certain area is part of the law of green spaces included in the law number 24 from 15 of January 2007 (the law follows the administration and the regulation of the urban green spaces). The green space is represent like a green area consisting of territories which have a significant value of natural heritage, which require protection. In another definition, the green space is seen as unique biodiversity ecosystems, what are threatened by the pollution. The local register of the green spaces is made up of all data (plans, maps, types of land) about the green space of a locality. It is an assembly of information collected using specific methods and procedures, then properly processed with the help of programs and finally end up with a database (GIS). The purpose of this work is to achieve a geodatabase which will included all the trees that are existing in Banat University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine "King Michael I of Romania" from Timisoara. Tree inventory will be done using the GNSS and GIS last generation technology , the attributes will be taken from the ground and will be created an online GIS map, which can be continually update and will allow trees to be monitored to protect them.
campus, GIS, geodatabase, green cadaster, trees
Sustainable Development, Environmental Engineering and Geomatics