|Date||7 Dec 2015|
The Project goal is designing conservation education program taking as consideration rare vegetation distribution for recent years. This Project addresses communities’ recommendation through development of a conservation education program including the implementation of conservation training workshops.
The concept of selection of a “buffer zones” (areas between Industry Zone and non-industrial protected area) will been presented to participants at workshops.
The workshops will provide training on using space technologies for determining Change detection on rare vegetation cover within the “buffer zones” in the Gobustan State National Park. The aim of this training program is to provide the teaching community an exposure to recent advances in satellite image analysis, dealing with very high dimensional image. The participants will be provided with course materials and demo versions of image analysis software.
The Training materials (Lesson Plan, Manual, Test training scripts) will been developed for target audience. Provide Training materials to Target audiences, including teachers because many teachers have great interest in the subject “GIS and Remote Sensing in Nature Conservation”, being motivated to integrate this topic into teaching, provided that the curriculum is considered.
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