Efectos del proceso de urbanización sobre el espejo de agua y la cobertura vegetal del humedal Jaboque en los últimos 31 años: análisis multitemporal.
Salgado Rojas, Natalia Alejandra
Triana Martin, Iván Camilo
García Delgadillo, Juan
Universidad El Bosque
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This project aims to analyze the effects of the urbanization processes of the UPZ 73 and 74 in the city of Bogota on the vegetation cover and water mirror of the Jaboque Wetland in the last 31 years. To this end, a retrospective scenario of changes in land coverage was carried out through the processing of Landsat 4 satellite images, 6, 7 and Sentinel II, based on this, the degree of association between the coverage units and their temporal space variations was determined through the calculation of the Pearson linear correlation coefficient; this allowed us to establish that 99.68% of the spatial changes on the Jaboque Wetland can be explained by the processes of urbanization, those that by 2019 occupied 286,344 ha corresponding to areas with herbaceous and/or shrubby vegetation in 1988. The interpretation of these spatial dynamics gave way to the formulation of an Environmental Zoning proposal framed in the context on which Humedal Jaboque has been developed.
TopicsContaminantes -- Cuerpos de agua -- Bogotá (Colombia)
Zona de conservación de aguas -- Bogotá (Colombia)
Vivienda -- Bogotá (Colombia)
- Ingeniería Ambiental 
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