GFMC: Mato Grosso

Firesin Brazil

12 July 2004


Maps with a summary of the occurence of vegetation fires in Brazil and in most of South America are prepared and released by CPTEC/INPE in the Internet soon after the overpasses of the NOAA-series meteorological satellites, whose AVHRR images are used in the detection. Source: http://www.cptec.inpe.br/products/queimadas/

Each red dot in the map shows a pixel with temperatures of some hundred degrees C, normally associated only to active fires. The table on the right side of the map shows the total number of fire pixels dectected by state and by country, with the percentage corresponding to the cloud cover in each region, where the detection of fires was precluded.
Geographical coordinateos of all vegetation fires detected in the AVHRR/NOAA images are available at CPTEC/INPE, and are distributed in near-real-time to registered users. Furhter information can be obtained with aless@cptec.inpe.br, or in the phone number ++55(12)560-9261.

 

For more information, also in portugese, see the webpage: http://www.cptec.inpe.br/products/queimadas/info_mapa.htm

 

Additionally PROARCO (Programa de Prevenção e Controle de Queimadas e Incêndios Florestais na Amazônia Legal) is providing a daily update at: http://www2.ibama.gov.br/proarco/relatorio/boletimaml.doc. See the Boletim Diário de Monitoramento de Focos de Calor – Amazônia Legal, 09 July 2004

 

For more details see daily fire situation updates of Brazil and neighbouring countries:
https://gfmc.online/current/archive/br/2001/10/br_10082001.htm

More information on “Queimadas“
http://www.ambientebrasil.com.br/composer.php3?base=./florestal/index.html&conteudo=./florestal/click/queimada.html


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