GEOMORPHOLOGICAL MAPPING AND LAND USE AND LAND COVER IN VALE DOS VINHEDOS DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN - RIO GRANDE DO SUL STATE, BRAZIL BY GEOTECHNOLOGIES

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  • Jorge Antônio Viel
  • Kátia Kellem Kellem da Rosa
  • Rosemary Hoff Embrapa Grape and Wine, Laboratory of Remote Sensing and Geoprocessing
  • Nina Simone Vilaverde Moura Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Geography Departament

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https://doi.org/10.14393/RCG207043339

Palavras-chave:

Geographical indications, Space occupation, Management of the areas, Vineyards

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The objective of this study was to investigate the land use and land cover patterns in the region Vale dos Vinhedos designation of origin and to relate them to the geomorphological mapping aiming to contribute to the implementation, monitoring and management of the areas intended to Geographical Indications for wines and sparkling wines. For this purpose, the geomorphology and the classes of land cover and land use were mapped. Both mappings were carried out using geotechnologies techniques. The shape pattern similar to high Hills is the most representative in the study area, occupying 77.13%. In the mapping of land use and land cover, the most representative class is forests (native or not), occupying 36% of the study area. The intersection between of the geomorphological mapping with land use and land cover classes resulted in the identification of morpho-environmental units.

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Biografia do Autor

Jorge Antônio Viel

Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Post-graduate Program in Remote Sensing

Kátia Kellem Kellem da Rosa

Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Post-graduate Program in Remote Sensing and Geography Departament

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31-07-2019

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Viel, J. A., Rosa, K. K. K. da, Hoff, R., & Moura, N. S. V. (2019). GEOMORPHOLOGICAL MAPPING AND LAND USE AND LAND COVER IN VALE DOS VINHEDOS DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN - RIO GRANDE DO SUL STATE, BRAZIL BY GEOTECHNOLOGIES. Caminhos De Geografia, 20(70), 448–461. https://doi.org/10.14393/RCG207043339

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