REMOTE SENSING AND GIS FOR CHANGE DETECTION IN THE AGRO-FORESTRY-PASTORAL SPACE PUBLISHED

Loredana Copăcean1, Luminiţa Cojocariu1*, M. Simon1 1Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine”King Mihai I of Romania” from Timisoara luminitacojocariu@yahoo.com
Abstract. The systems, whose practices can be considered agro-forestry-pastoral, can contribute to the development of rural communities. Our country's traditional agriculture incorporates these sustainable practices of natural resource management, which contribute to the economic use of land. In Romania, small farms continue to play an important role in providing families with food for their own consumption. Agricultural farms are mostly mixed, multi-active, the main occupation being animal husbandry, depending on the area and traditions, agricultural crops in arable land, vineyards and orchards. The monitoring of the changes regarding the land use in ATU Pişchia, Timiş County, was performed based on the land cover maps from the Corine Land Cover database, in different years and the statistical and cartographic data processing was done with the Land Change Modeler (LCM) module implemented in Idrisi Selva software. The data were analyzed both in terms of quantity (losses and surface increases) and in terms of locating changes for different categories of land use. The analyzed area has a rural character, the land use is predominantly agricultural and the lands belong to private owners, which means "mobility" in land use from one year to another. Key words:change detection, land use, agro-forestry-pastoral space, European Green Deal
change detection, land use, agro-forestry-pastoral space, European Green Deal
Field crops and pastures
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