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    Authors: Ajuntament de Barcelona; Federació Catalana de Voluntariat Social;

    Aprovat entre l'Ajuntament de Barcelona i la Federació Catalana de Voluntariat Social el 29-12-2023.

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    Authors: European Food Safety Authority;

    This manual provides an introduction to the regulatory framework for the submission of applications and the related data requirements for chemical pesticide active substance. The manual can be used by applicants when preparing an application for an "EU PPP Active substance application (product)" and by evaluators when reviewing these applications. The manual describes the working context for an active substance application and the information required in each field for every IUCLID 6.7 document it includes. IUCLID documents are based on standardised formats and several sections, called common blocks, are reused in many documents throughout the dossier (e.g. information on the test material). The manual also describes how to provide the information in Entities e.g. the literature reference entity, which can be reused in different IUCLID documents. For the documents which use common blocks and entities the manual additionally highlights where specific/additional information is required to summarise a chemical safety study. This manual is updated annually to ensure alignment with the latest IUCLID format release, the last one being April 2023.

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    Authors: Gerència d'Àrea d'Economia i Promoció Econòmica; Turisme de Barcelona;

    Aprovat entre l'Ajuntament de Barcelona i el Consorci de Turisme de Barcelona el 20-12-2023.

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    Authors: Nóvoa, Diogo Miguel Gonçalves Seixas Sampaio da;

    Num contexto de crescentes mudanças mundiais, as áreas florestais tem sido alvo de pressões e intervenções antrópicas, como alterações climáticas, urbanização e crescimento demográfico, que continuam a provocar desflorestação e a degradação florestal a um ritmo alarmante. Por um lado, várias partes do mundo estão a ser vítimas de tendências acentuadas de desflorestação, grande parte das quais em florestas primárias de elevado valor para a conservação da biodiversidade e a regulação de serviços naturais essenciais. Por outro lado, em outras regiões, nomeadamente na Europa, a reflorestação está a ser promovida, precisamente como medida de apoio aos serviços e recursos naturais fornecidos pelas florestas. Neste contexto, é imperativo estabelecer a capacidade de, regularmente, monitorizar recursos e ecossistemas florestais. Por esta razão, a deteção remota tem se destacado como uma das poucas formas de monitorização, capaz de realizar observações contínuas e frequentes em diferentes escalas temporais e espaciais. No entanto, a eficácia destes métodos depende em grande parte da acessibilidade de amostras para treinar e definir o modelo. Se fosse possível reutilizar amostras de imagens previamente processadas para utilização em diferentes contextos ou períodos de tempo, o trabalho associado à recolha de novas amostras seria significativamente reduzido. No contexto da classificação de imagens, a transferibilidade de conhecimento tem este mesmo objetivo, adaptando um modelo treinado numa tarefa original para fazer previsões numa nova tarefa. Neste contexto, os principais objetivos deste trabalho consistem em: (1) avaliar a capacidade de algoritmos computacionais para a deteção de copas de árvores utilizando imagens de satélite de muito alta resolução; (2) determinar quais elementos das imagens maximizam a qualidade, fiabilidade e robustez dos resultados da classificação; (3) testar os algoritmos desenvolvidos com imagens de diferentes períodos de tempo e de diferentes regiões, de modo a avaliar a sua transferibilidade em termos de diferentes características temporais e espaciais. De maneira a alcançar estes objetivos, recorremos a uma base de imagens do satélite Pleiades, com 0,5 metros de resolução, na quais realizamos correção atmosférica e pan-sharpening. No âmbito deste projeto, foram analisadas dez áreas de interesse, de nove imagens. A maioria (quatro) dos locais situava-se em Espanha e dois em Portugal. Para executar os algoritmos de classificação, foi selecionada uma área de interesse para cada imagem, exceto em Salamanca, na qual foram selecionadas duas, com solo e vegetação diferentes, para testar a resposta do classificador. Na maioria dos locais, as árvores encontram-se num padrão regular, com muitas delas a possuírem copas pequenas (cerca de 1,0 m de diâmetro), enquanto outras eram mais maduras, com diâmetro de copa de aproximadamente 6-8 m. Num par de parcelas, as árvores não se encontravam num padrão regular, mas estavam dispersas. Durante as fases de teste, utilizando um custom API no ambiente QGIS, recorremos a dois métodos de classificação distintos, um supervisionado (Random Forest) e outro não supervisionado (Mosaic Clustering). O método Random Forest recorre a múltiplas árvores de decisão individuais, treinadas num subconjunto aleatório de dados de treino, em vez do conjunto de dados original. Por área de interesse, cerca de 200 a 300 destas amostras de treino foram recolhidas para construir o modelo, que foi depois aplicado a áreas independentes não envolvidas no treino. O método Mosaic Clustering divide a área de interesse em pequenas parcelas, de extensão definida pelo utilizador. Posteriormente, o algoritmo limitava-se a atribuir células a um de dois grupos, representando árvores e não árvores, com base em valores de reflectância semelhantes de cada banda e caraterística. Depois de cobrir toda a imagem, produz a classificação final. Adicionalmente, nas primeiras fases de teste, adicionamos nova informação aos algoritmos através de elementos como o NDVI, Circular Convolution, Adaptive Thresholding e medidas texturais. Numa última fase de teste, procurámos compreender qual seria a capacidade de transferibilidade do algoritmo, treinando e aplicando modelos em imagens com características diferentes. Adotámos, como primeiro passo, um método simplificado de transferibilidade de conhecimento não supervisionado, procurando perceber quais as principais falhas que advêm da não adaptação dos conjuntos de dados aos domínios em causa, de modo a, no futuro do projeto, decidir melhor quais os métodos estabelecidos de transferibilidade e adaptação de domínio a utilizar. Para testar a transferibilidade dos algoritmos, começámos por treinar os modelos em uma imagem de cada vez, utilizando todas as diferentes combinações de informação, e depois efetuámos a classificação, utilizando cada modelo individual, em todas as restantes imagens. De seguida, treinámos os modelos em todas as imagens ao mesmo tempo, exceto na que foi utilizada para o teste. Para realizar métodos de validação, dependemos de duas abordagens diferentes, uma estatística e uma qualitativa. A abordagem estatística envolve a utilização de amostras de validação. Mais concretamente, em cada imagem, 10% das amostras realizadas foram escolhidas aleatoriamente para servirem de amostras de validação. A abordagem qualitativa procura compreender melhor o significado prático dos resultados estatísticos e o impacto da inclusão de nova informação em elementos como o número de árvores detetadas e o tipo de problemas de classificação, encontrados em cada área de interesse. No que respeita ao primeiro objetivo, contámos manualmente o número de polígonos que foram identificados como copas de árvores, para cada combinação de informação, em cada imagem, e procedemos à comparação desses resultados com os resultados estatísticos recolhidos anteriormente. Para o segundo objetivo, avaliámos os principais problemas que se destacaram nos resultados da classificação, sendo estes (1) polígonos mal classificados; (2) árvores misturadas; (3) polígonos fragmentados. Foi utilizada uma abordagem de validação adicional nos testes de transferibilidade, baseada num algoritmo de árvore de decisão individual e superficial. Este algoritmo baseou-se no algoritmo anteriormente utilizado em todas as fases de teste, com a principal diferença de que se baseava apenas numa única árvore de decisão em vez de um conjunto de árvores. Esta abordagem permitiu-nos estimar as decisões que o algoritmo Random Forest estava a tomar e, com essa informação, comparar os limiares das classes definidos por cada modelo de treino com a distribuição de valores da informação das árvores detetadas na imagem prevista. Em primeiro lugar, os resultados mostram que o algoritmo é capaz de realizar deteção de copas de árvores, utilizando imagens de satélite de muito alta resolução. Além disso, também é possível estabelecer que a inclusão de informação adicional tem um impacto na melhoria dos resultados estatísticos, no número de copas de árvores detetados, e na redução dos problemas de classificação encontrados. Em segundo lugar, foi possível identificar a Circular Convolution e as medidas texturais como os dois elementos que mais impacto positivo tiveram nos resultados de classificação, enquanto o NDVI e o Adaptive Thresholding são as que menos melhoraram os resultados. Em terceiro lugar, verificámos que os algoritmos testados ainda não são capazes de ser aplicados num contexto de transferibilidade. A fim de cumprir os objectivos do projeto Life Terra, e resolver as questões acima mencionadas, três abordagens complementares podem ser adoptadas. Em primeiro lugar, alargar o conjunto de dados de treino incluindo novas informações de diferentes contextos geográficos garantiria que o modelo esteja apto a atuar em todos os locais possíveis. Em segundo lugar, e a fim de garantir que o algoritmo seja capaz de lidar com uma maior extensão geográfica e, subsequentemente, uma maior quantidade de informação de treino, pode-se justificar uma transição para Convoluted Neural Networks. Por último, a aplicação de métodos de adaptação ao domínio pode encurtar as lacunas entre os domínios de destino e de origem, assegurando que a informação pré-existente seja o mais semelhante possível, apesar das grandes diferenças que podem ocorrer entre os locais de plantação no âmbito do projeto Life Terra. Em resumo, este estudo permitiu melhorar a nossa compreensão da capacidade do algoritmo para efetuar a deteção de copas de árvores, dos fatores que influenciam o seu desempenho, e da sua capacidade para efetuar classificações de transferibilidade. Os seus resultados servirão de orientação para uma primeira versão de implementação a ser emitida para o projeto Life Terra que pretende fornecer aos utilizadores e gestores de ecossistemas informações detalhadas sobre as árvores que plantaram ou adotaram. While various parts of the world are witnessing deforestation trends in primary forests of high value for biodiversity conservation and regulation of essential natural services, other regions, particularly in Europe, are actively promoting reforestation and ecosystem restoration activities. For this reason, dynamic monitoring of forest areas has become an important part of resource management and ecosystem maintenance, largely reliant on remote sensing methods to efficiently oversee forested areas on a timely and consistent basis. The main objectives of this work consist of: (1) evaluating the capability of computational algorithms for tree crown detection using very-high resolution satellite images; (2) determining what features of the images maximise the quality, reliability and robustness of classification outputs; (3) testing the developed algorithms with images from different time periods and different regions, in order to assess their transferability in terms of different temporal and spatial characteristics. In order to achieve this, we used a set of images from the Pleiades Satellite, in which atmospheric corrections and pan-sharpening approaches were performed. Two classification methods were tested, namely the k-means, a non-supervised clustering algorithm, and random forest, a supervised classification algorithm. Results show that the Mosaic Clustering and, specifically, the Random Forest algorithms are promising approaches for tree crown detection, with the addition of new features positively impacting tree crown detection results. Moreover, the results show that the algorithm is not yet capable of performing consistent transferability classifications, due to the domain gaps between sites. In summary, this study was able to improve our understanding of the algorithm's capability to perform tree crown detection, of which factors impact its performance, and of its ability to perform transferability classifications. Its results will serve as a guideline for a first implementation version to be issued for the Life Terra project.

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    Authors: Ajuntament de Barcelona; Oxfam International;

    Aprovat entre l'Ajuntament de Barcelona i la Fundació Oxfam Intermón el 13-12-2023.

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    Authors: Guimarães, Marcos Prado; Sales, Thalita Vieira; Guimarães, Eliezer Pereira; Pampoline, Lucas Henrique da Silva; +4 Authors

    Water scarcity has been a major limiting factor in Brazilian agriculture, where the activity consumes a significant amount of water, energy, and agricultural inputs, besides degrading watercourses. Despite Brazil boasting a remarkable hydrographic network, it consists of a disproportionate distribution in various regions of its territory. One such region where agricultural activity is present is the municipality of Ibirité, focusing on the external community near the IFMG-Ibirité campus. Due to a great use of Paraopeba River Basin in irrigation, there is a need to manage water resources for this primary sector, aiming to meet various demands and avoid conflicts over water usage. Therefore, this present work aims to implement basic concepts of Precision Agriculture within the community surrounding the IFMG-Ibirité. Precision Agriculture is a modern approach to farming that uses data analytics and technology to optimize the use of resources in agriculture, including water, energy, and agricultural inputs. The approach uses sensors, drones, and other tools to collect data on soil moisture, temperature, and other factors that affect crop growth. This data is then analyzed using machine learning algorithms to provide insights that help farmers optimize their farming practices. The results of the present work have shown that the development of a monitoring and data acquisition system regarding irrigation (water consumption) and energy usage guarantee greater viability and efficiency in vegetable production, promoting a more sustainable economy. With the help of Precision Agriculture, farmers can optimize water usage in their fields, reduce energy consumption, and improve crop yields. In addition to improving the efficiency of farming practices, Precision Agriculture can also help farmers reduce the environmental impact of their activities. By optimizing water usage, farmers can reduce the amount of water that is wasted or lost to runoff, which can help protect watercourses and other natural resources in Ibirité region. 

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    Authors: Noseworthy, Meghan; Souque, Tyranna; Gray, Meghan; MacQuarrie, Chris; +3 Authors

    The lethal heat treatment dose (time and temperature) for the pre-pupal life stage of Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire (Coleoptera: Buprestidae), emerald ash borer, was determined through an in vitro application using a carefully calibrated heat treatment apparatus. The lethal and sublethal effects of heat on A. planipennis prepupae were assessed through a ramped heat delivery application, simulating industrial kilns and conventional heat chamber operations, for treatments combining target temperatures of 54 °C, 55 °C, and 56 °C, and exposure durations of 0 min (i.e., kiln temperature ramp only), 15 min, or 30 min. Prepupal emerald ash borer larvae did not survive exposure to 56 °C for 15 min or longer, or to 55 °C for 30 min. Sublethal effects were observed for all other treatments. Sublethal effects included delayed development and failure to complete the pupal and adult life stages. The datasets and associated R statistical computing langauge code are deposited here.

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    Authors: Lima, José; Pinto, Milena; Martins, Felipe; Hering-Bertram, Martin; +1 Authors

    This paper addresses an approach to teaching embedded systems programming through a challenge-based competition involving robots. This pedagogical project distinguishes itself by incorporating international students from three international institutions through the Blended Intensive Program (BIP). The research findings indicate that this approach yields excellent results regarding student engagement and learning outcomes. The challenge-based program effectively promotes students' creative problem-solving abilities by combining theoretical instruction with hands-on experience in a competitive setting.

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    Authors: Mikosz, Joanna;

    The purpose of the article is to present the periodicals that discussed issues of cultivation, fruit farming, horticulture and animal breeding in Sandomierz. The time frame covers newspapers published between 1829–2022. The article consists of two parts. The first provides the titles of periodicals published in Sandomierz between 1829–1939, which addressed topics related to agriculture or livestock farming. The second part presents periodicals covering this subject matter that were printed in Sandomierz from 1945–2022. The author indicates that issues related to agriculture in Sandomierz and in the region were not only reflected in the local press published after the political transformation, but became the subject of scholarly and popular-scientific reflection. Celem artykułu jest prezentacja czasopism, które omawiały zagadnienia dotyczące uprawy, sadownictwa, ogrodnictwa i hodowli w Sandomierzu. Ramy czasowe obejmują prasę ukazującą się w latach 1829–2022. Artykuł składa się z dwóch części. W pierwszej wyszczególniono tytuły pism ukazujących się w Sandomierzu w latach 1829–1939, w których podejmowano tematykę dotyczącą rolnictwa lub hodowli. Druga część prezentuje czasopisma poruszające tę tematykę, wychodzące w Sandomierzu w latach 1945–2022. Autorka wskazała, że problematyka związana z szeroko rozumianym rolnictwem w Sandomierzu i regionie była nie tylko przedmiotem refleksji w lokalnej prasie ukazującej się po transformacji ustrojowej, ale stała się tematem naukowej i popularnonaukowej myśli.

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    Authors: Uhan, Zala; Pezdevšek Malovrh, Špela; Jošt, Matej; Remic, Katarina;

    Global challenges, including climate change, land and ecosystem degradation, and a growing population have direct or indirect impact on natural resources and are forcing people to seek new ways of production and consumption that respect the ecological limits of our planet. To meet the challenges, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was adopted by 193 countries at the United Nations Summit in September 2015. The forest-wood chain has also been identified as closely linked to sustainable development and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Especially in countries with high forest cover, such as Slovenia, forest-wood chain is recognized in policy documents as key element for achieving the SDGs. The importance of the SDGs is not only recognized in national legislation, but also in relation to higher education and research institutions. With the aim to investigate how well are higher education teachers and students familiar with SDGs and whether they consider them important for the forestry and wood industry and if high education teachers and researchers integrate the SDGs into educational programmes and research, survey was conducted with the employees (n=61) and students (n=185) of the University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical faculty, Department of Forestry and Renewable Forest Resources and Department of Wood Science and Technology. The results show that both employees and students of Department of Forestry and Renewable Forest Resources as well as employees and students at the Department of Wood Science are familiar with SDGs. All the respondents find SDGs important for the forestry and wood industry. Especially SDG 15 – Life on land was emphasized by all. The results also showed that in the future employees of both departments plan to integrate more SDGs into their educational and research process. In conclusion we found that educational and research institutions and integration of SDGs into their educational and research process could be an important step towards sustainability and achieving goals of 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Students who will work in the forestry and wood industry sectors in the future could integrate and promote more sustainable practises in the sectors if they have sufficient knowledge of the SDGs and high perception of sustainability.

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    Authors: Ajuntament de Barcelona; Federació Catalana de Voluntariat Social;

    Aprovat entre l'Ajuntament de Barcelona i la Federació Catalana de Voluntariat Social el 29-12-2023.

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    Authors: European Food Safety Authority;

    This manual provides an introduction to the regulatory framework for the submission of applications and the related data requirements for chemical pesticide active substance. The manual can be used by applicants when preparing an application for an "EU PPP Active substance application (product)" and by evaluators when reviewing these applications. The manual describes the working context for an active substance application and the information required in each field for every IUCLID 6.7 document it includes. IUCLID documents are based on standardised formats and several sections, called common blocks, are reused in many documents throughout the dossier (e.g. information on the test material). The manual also describes how to provide the information in Entities e.g. the literature reference entity, which can be reused in different IUCLID documents. For the documents which use common blocks and entities the manual additionally highlights where specific/additional information is required to summarise a chemical safety study. This manual is updated annually to ensure alignment with the latest IUCLID format release, the last one being April 2023.

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    Authors: Gerència d'Àrea d'Economia i Promoció Econòmica; Turisme de Barcelona;

    Aprovat entre l'Ajuntament de Barcelona i el Consorci de Turisme de Barcelona el 20-12-2023.

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    Authors: Nóvoa, Diogo Miguel Gonçalves Seixas Sampaio da;

    Num contexto de crescentes mudanças mundiais, as áreas florestais tem sido alvo de pressões e intervenções antrópicas, como alterações climáticas, urbanização e crescimento demográfico, que continuam a provocar desflorestação e a degradação florestal a um ritmo alarmante. Por um lado, várias partes do mundo estão a ser vítimas de tendências acentuadas de desflorestação, grande parte das quais em florestas primárias de elevado valor para a conservação da biodiversidade e a regulação de serviços naturais essenciais. Por outro lado, em outras regiões, nomeadamente na Europa, a reflorestação está a ser promovida, precisamente como medida de apoio aos serviços e recursos naturais fornecidos pelas florestas. Neste contexto, é imperativo estabelecer a capacidade de, regularmente, monitorizar recursos e ecossistemas florestais. Por esta razão, a deteção remota tem se destacado como uma das poucas formas de monitorização, capaz de realizar observações contínuas e frequentes em diferentes escalas temporais e espaciais. No entanto, a eficácia destes métodos depende em grande parte da acessibilidade de amostras para treinar e definir o modelo. Se fosse possível reutilizar amostras de imagens previamente processadas para utilização em diferentes contextos ou períodos de tempo, o trabalho associado à recolha de novas amostras seria significativamente reduzido. No contexto da classificação de imagens, a transferibilidade de conhecimento tem este mesmo objetivo, adaptando um modelo treinado numa tarefa original para fazer previsões numa nova tarefa. Neste contexto, os principais objetivos deste trabalho consistem em: (1) avaliar a capacidade de algoritmos computacionais para a deteção de copas de árvores utilizando imagens de satélite de muito alta resolução; (2) determinar quais elementos das imagens maximizam a qualidade, fiabilidade e robustez dos resultados da classificação; (3) testar os algoritmos desenvolvidos com imagens de diferentes períodos de tempo e de diferentes regiões, de modo a avaliar a sua transferibilidade em termos de diferentes características temporais e espaciais. De maneira a alcançar estes objetivos, recorremos a uma base de imagens do satélite Pleiades, com 0,5 metros de resolução, na quais realizamos correção atmosférica e pan-sharpening. No âmbito deste projeto, foram analisadas dez áreas de interesse, de nove imagens. A maioria (quatro) dos locais situava-se em Espanha e dois em Portugal. Para executar os algoritmos de classificação, foi selecionada uma área de interesse para cada imagem, exceto em Salamanca, na qual foram selecionadas duas, com solo e vegetação diferentes, para testar a resposta do classificador. Na maioria dos locais, as árvores encontram-se num padrão regular, com muitas delas a possuírem copas pequenas (cerca de 1,0 m de diâmetro), enquanto outras eram mais maduras, com diâmetro de copa de aproximadamente 6-8 m. Num par de parcelas, as árvores não se encontravam num padrão regular, mas estavam dispersas. Durante as fases de teste, utilizando um custom API no ambiente QGIS, recorremos a dois métodos de classificação distintos, um supervisionado (Random Forest) e outro não supervisionado (Mosaic Clustering). O método Random Forest recorre a múltiplas árvores de decisão individuais, treinadas num subconjunto aleatório de dados de treino, em vez do conjunto de dados original. Por área de interesse, cerca de 200 a 300 destas amostras de treino foram recolhidas para construir o modelo, que foi depois aplicado a áreas independentes não envolvidas no treino. O método Mosaic Clustering divide a área de interesse em pequenas parcelas, de extensão definida pelo utilizador. Posteriormente, o algoritmo limitava-se a atribuir células a um de dois grupos, representando árvores e não árvores, com base em valores de reflectância semelhantes de cada banda e caraterística. Depois de cobrir toda a imagem, produz a classificação final. Adicionalmente, nas primeiras fases de teste, adicionamos nova informação aos algoritmos através de elementos como o NDVI, Circular Convolution, Adaptive Thresholding e medidas texturais. Numa última fase de teste, procurámos compreender qual seria a capacidade de transferibilidade do algoritmo, treinando e aplicando modelos em imagens com características diferentes. Adotámos, como primeiro passo, um método simplificado de transferibilidade de conhecimento não supervisionado, procurando perceber quais as principais falhas que advêm da não adaptação dos conjuntos de dados aos domínios em causa, de modo a, no futuro do projeto, decidir melhor quais os métodos estabelecidos de transferibilidade e adaptação de domínio a utilizar. Para testar a transferibilidade dos algoritmos, começámos por treinar os modelos em uma imagem de cada vez, utilizando todas as diferentes combinações de informação, e depois efetuámos a classificação, utilizando cada modelo individual, em todas as restantes imagens. De seguida, treinámos os modelos em todas as imagens ao mesmo tempo, exceto na que foi utilizada para o teste. Para realizar métodos de validação, dependemos de duas abordagens diferentes, uma estatística e uma qualitativa. A abordagem estatística envolve a utilização de amostras de validação. Mais concretamente, em cada imagem, 10% das amostras realizadas foram escolhidas aleatoriamente para servirem de amostras de validação. A abordagem qualitativa procura compreender melhor o significado prático dos resultados estatísticos e o impacto da inclusão de nova informação em elementos como o número de árvores detetadas e o tipo de problemas de classificação, encontrados em cada área de interesse. No que respeita ao primeiro objetivo, contámos manualmente o número de polígonos que foram identificados como copas de árvores, para cada combinação de informação, em cada imagem, e procedemos à comparação desses resultados com os resultados estatísticos recolhidos anteriormente. Para o segundo objetivo, avaliámos os principais problemas que se destacaram nos resultados da classificação, sendo estes (1) polígonos mal classificados; (2) árvores misturadas; (3) polígonos fragmentados. Foi utilizada uma abordagem de validação adicional nos testes de transferibilidade, baseada num algoritmo de árvore de decisão individual e superficial. Este algoritmo baseou-se no algoritmo anteriormente utilizado em todas as fases de teste, com a principal diferença de que se baseava apenas numa única árvore de decisão em vez de um conjunto de árvores. Esta abordagem permitiu-nos estimar as decisões que o algoritmo Random Forest estava a tomar e, com essa informação, comparar os limiares das classes definidos por cada modelo de treino com a distribuição de valores da informação das árvores detetadas na imagem prevista. Em primeiro lugar, os resultados mostram que o algoritmo é capaz de realizar deteção de copas de árvores, utilizando imagens de satélite de muito alta resolução. Além disso, também é possível estabelecer que a inclusão de informação adicional tem um impacto na melhoria dos resultados estatísticos, no número de copas de árvores detetados, e na redução dos problemas de classificação encontrados. Em segundo lugar, foi possível identificar a Circular Convolution e as medidas texturais como os dois elementos que mais impacto positivo tiveram nos resultados de classificação, enquanto o NDVI e o Adaptive Thresholding são as que menos melhoraram os resultados. Em terceiro lugar, verificámos que os algoritmos testados ainda não são capazes de ser aplicados num contexto de transferibilidade. A fim de cumprir os objectivos do projeto Life Terra, e resolver as questões acima mencionadas, três abordagens complementares podem ser adoptadas. Em primeiro lugar, alargar o conjunto de dados de treino incluindo novas informações de diferentes contextos geográficos garantiria que o modelo esteja apto a atuar em todos os locais possíveis. Em segundo lugar, e a fim de garantir que o algoritmo seja capaz de lidar com uma maior extensão geográfica e, subsequentemente, uma maior quantidade de informação de treino, pode-se justificar uma transição para Convoluted Neural Networks. Por último, a aplicação de métodos de adaptação ao domínio pode encurtar as lacunas entre os domínios de destino e de origem, assegurando que a informação pré-existente seja o mais semelhante possível, apesar das grandes diferenças que podem ocorrer entre os locais de plantação no âmbito do projeto Life Terra. Em resumo, este estudo permitiu melhorar a nossa compreensão da capacidade do algoritmo para efetuar a deteção de copas de árvores, dos fatores que influenciam o seu desempenho, e da sua capacidade para efetuar classificações de transferibilidade. Os seus resultados servirão de orientação para uma primeira versão de implementação a ser emitida para o projeto Life Terra que pretende fornecer aos utilizadores e gestores de ecossistemas informações detalhadas sobre as árvores que plantaram ou adotaram. While various parts of the world are witnessing deforestation trends in primary forests of high value for biodiversity conservation and regulation of essential natural services, other regions, particularly in Europe, are actively promoting reforestation and ecosystem restoration activities. For this reason, dynamic monitoring of forest areas has become an important part of resource management and ecosystem maintenance, largely reliant on remote sensing methods to efficiently oversee forested areas on a timely and consistent basis. The main objectives of this work consist of: (1) evaluating the capability of computational algorithms for tree crown detection using very-high resolution satellite images; (2) determining what features of the images maximise the quality, reliability and robustness of classification outputs; (3) testing the developed algorithms with images from different time periods and different regions, in order to assess their transferability in terms of different temporal and spatial characteristics. In order to achieve this, we used a set of images from the Pleiades Satellite, in which atmospheric corrections and pan-sharpening approaches were performed. Two classification methods were tested, namely the k-means, a non-supervised clustering algorithm, and random forest, a supervised classification algorithm. Results show that the Mosaic Clustering and, specifically, the Random Forest algorithms are promising approaches for tree crown detection, with the addition of new features positively impacting tree crown detection results. Moreover, the results show that the algorithm is not yet capable of performing consistent transferability classifications, due to the domain gaps between sites. In summary, this study was able to improve our understanding of the algorithm's capability to perform tree crown detection, of which factors impact its performance, and of its ability to perform transferability classifications. Its results will serve as a guideline for a first implementation version to be issued for the Life Terra project.

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    Aprovat entre l'Ajuntament de Barcelona i la Fundació Oxfam Intermón el 13-12-2023.

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    Authors: Guimarães, Marcos Prado; Sales, Thalita Vieira; Guimarães, Eliezer Pereira; Pampoline, Lucas Henrique da Silva; +4 Authors

    Water scarcity has been a major limiting factor in Brazilian agriculture, where the activity consumes a significant amount of water, energy, and agricultural inputs, besides degrading watercourses. Despite Brazil boasting a remarkable hydrographic network, it consists of a disproportionate distribution in various regions of its territory. One such region where agricultural activity is present is the municipality of Ibirité, focusing on the external community near the IFMG-Ibirité campus. Due to a great use of Paraopeba River Basin in irrigation, there is a need to manage water resources for this primary sector, aiming to meet various demands and avoid conflicts over water usage. Therefore, this present work aims to implement basic concepts of Precision Agriculture within the community surrounding the IFMG-Ibirité. Precision Agriculture is a modern approach to farming that uses data analytics and technology to optimize the use of resources in agriculture, including water, energy, and agricultural inputs. The approach uses sensors, drones, and other tools to collect data on soil moisture, temperature, and other factors that affect crop growth. This data is then analyzed using machine learning algorithms to provide insights that help farmers optimize their farming practices. The results of the present work have shown that the development of a monitoring and data acquisition system regarding irrigation (water consumption) and energy usage guarantee greater viability and efficiency in vegetable production, promoting a more sustainable economy. With the help of Precision Agriculture, farmers can optimize water usage in their fields, reduce energy consumption, and improve crop yields. In addition to improving the efficiency of farming practices, Precision Agriculture can also help farmers reduce the environmental impact of their activities. By optimizing water usage, farmers can reduce the amount of water that is wasted or lost to runoff, which can help protect watercourses and other natural resources in Ibirité region. 

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    Authors: Noseworthy, Meghan; Souque, Tyranna; Gray, Meghan; MacQuarrie, Chris; +3 Authors

    The lethal heat treatment dose (time and temperature) for the pre-pupal life stage of Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire (Coleoptera: Buprestidae), emerald ash borer, was determined through an in vitro application using a carefully calibrated heat treatment apparatus. The lethal and sublethal effects of heat on A. planipennis prepupae were assessed through a ramped heat delivery application, simulating industrial kilns and conventional heat chamber operations, for treatments combining target temperatures of 54 °C, 55 °C, and 56 °C, and exposure durations of 0 min (i.e., kiln temperature ramp only), 15 min, or 30 min. Prepupal emerald ash borer larvae did not survive exposure to 56 °C for 15 min or longer, or to 55 °C for 30 min. Sublethal effects were observed for all other treatments. Sublethal effects included delayed development and failure to complete the pupal and adult life stages. The datasets and associated R statistical computing langauge code are deposited here.

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