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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Mapping Of The Permanent Preservation Areas (ppas) And Its Current Use And Occupation In The Municipality Of Paulínia (sp) [mapeamento Das Áreas De Preservação Permanente (apps) E Sua Situação De Uso E Ocupação No Município De Paulínia (sp)]
Author: de Campos F.F.
Matias L.F.
Abstract: The objective of the work was to map and study land use and occupation in the Permanent Preservation Areas (PPAs) in the municipality of Paulínia (SP). This municipality holds many industries, specially petrochemical, and shows, in the last years, a considerable urban and population growth when compared to the other municipalities of the Metropolitan Region of Campinas, which may lead to inadequate land use and occupation of the permanent preservation areas. The PPAs were mapped using the GIS ArcGIS 9.3, according to the dimensions established by the current legislation (Law 4.771/65 and CONAMA Resolution 302 and 303/02) and using a digital cartographic base map, scale 1:10,000, from the Cartographic Geographic Institute (2002). Among the possible categories of PPAs found in the legislation, in Paulínia only PPAs resulting from the presence of water bodies and springs were indentified, while other categories were absent. The PPAs represent 11.64 km 2 (8.37%) of the total area of the municipality (139 km 2). The mapping of the land use and occupation in the PPAs was accomplished through the interpretation of a ALOS/PRISM orbital image from 2009, followed by in-site checking. It was verified that in 8.15 km 2 (70.02%) of the PPAs the occupation is in agreement with the legislation, while in 3.49 km 2 (29.98%) it is in disagreement.
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Date Issue: 2012
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