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|Title:||Tunki project: Wetland remote sensing using satellite images and high performance computing|
|Authors:||Mamani Aliaga, Alvaro|
Yari Ramos, Yessenia Deysi
Apaza Veliz, Ronald
Aco Cardenas , Pablo Yanyachi
|Keywords:||High Performance Computing;Satellite Images;Wetlands|
|Publisher:||Latin American and Caribbean Consortium of Engineering Institutions|
|Abstract:||Wetlands are important for the world due to the benefits they offer to humanity. However, there are studies showing their decrease in number in several regions. A form of monitoring of the wetlands is necessary to evaluate their reduction, appearance and / or disappearance. The Tunki project is a project to detect wetlands in a given region using satellite images and high-performance computing. The present work, exposes its architecture and its case study: the wetlands in the Chili river basin of the Arequipa-Peru region. The results show the wetlands detected and the mosaics generated using the satellite images and HPC. © 2018 Latin American and Caribbean Consortium of Engineering Institutions. All rights reserved.|
|Appears in Collections:||Artículos de investigación|
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