Hari Priyadi, Lilik B. Prasetyo and Wim Ikbal Nursal
The participants were divided into three groups for in-depth discussions about how remote sensing can/should be applied in forest management. Each group was assigned a preliminary theme of discussion.
The group started the discussion with an exercise in identifying ground objects in an example high-resolution image of Bogor Botanical Gardens (Kebun Raya Bogor), an 80 ha area of gardens comprising trees and plants as well as greenhouses, research facilities, ponds and rivers, in the city centre. Members identified settlements, land for conservation area, construction, streams, river, canopy trees, trees, park, streets, railway/railroads, clouds, agricultural areas and so on.