The Latin-American Network for Remote Sensing and Forest Fires (RedLaTIF) is a regional network established in 2002 under the Global Observations of Forest and Land Dynamics (GOFC/GOLD)-Fire Mapping and Monitoring Theme. RedLaTIF members are composed of remote sensing specialists with emphasis on the detection and mapping of active fires and burned areas. The network’s primary goals are to: (i) assess and validate global satellite fire products, (ii) promote use of remote sensing data, and (iii) bridge the gap between end users and space agencies.
RedLaTIF member representation covers a wide geographic area extending from Mexico to Argentina, while also including participation from scientists in Spain and United States, among others.
|Download the latest Redlatif report, Fortaleza, Brazil_2023
|Visit the RedLatif Projects
|RedLatif Webinars & Presentations
|Actividades en Argentina 2020
|Actividades en Chile 2020
|Fire & LULC Related Links of interest
|Fire IT Documents and Publications
|RedLaTIF Annual Meeting
|RedLatif participation on the 4th GWIS and GOFC-GOLD Fire IT meeting
|RedLatif: Wildfire Hazard Mapping and Land Cover Change in Latin America
|RedLatif participation on the GOFC-GOLD Regional Network Summit
|RedLatif: Burned Area Estimation in Latin America using a Collaborative Virtual Environment
|RedLaTIF Annual Meeting - Colombia 2020 (Dates to be defined)
|INSTITUTO GEOGRÁFICO AGUSTÍN CODAZZI “Supporting forest fire risk management in Colombia”
|Generation and analysis of a new global burned area product based on MODIS 250 m reflectance bands and thermal anomalies
|Accuracy Assessment of Burned Area Products in the Orinoco Basin
|Avances desde el CIAF dentro de los proyectos de investigación en Cartografía de área quemada.
|ACTUALIZACIÓN DEL SISTEMA DE MONITOREO DEL INPE - 2018
|Developing a Random Forest Algorithm for MODIS Global Burned Area Classification
|Temporal Anomalies in Burned Area Trends: Satellite Estimations of the Amazonian 2019 Fire Crisis
|Historical background and current developments for mapping burned area from satellite Earth observation.
|A data-driven approach to identify controls on global fire activity from satellite and climate observations (SOFIA V1)
|Mapping Forest-Fire Damage with Envisat
|Spatial Distribution of Forest Fire Emissions: A Case Study in Three Mexican Ecoregions.
|A data mining approach for global burned area mapping
|Using AHS hyper-spectral images to study forest vegetation recovery after a fire
|Recent global and regional trends in burned area and their compensating environmental controls.
|A new global burned area product for climate assessment of fire impacts
|Validation of active forest fires detected by MSG-SEVIRI by means of MODIS hot spots and AWiFS images
|Burned area detection and mapping using Sentinel-1 backscatter coefficient and thermal anomalies.
|Comparison of maximum likelihood estimators and regression models for burn severity mapping in Mediterranean forests using Landsat TM and ETM+ data
|MERIS Full Resolution data for mapping level-of-damage caused by forest fires: the Valencia de Alcántara event in August 2003
|Burned Land Mapping in Latin America: The AQL 2004 Initiative
|CHILEAN WILDFIRES: Probabilistic Prediction, Emergency Response, and Public Communication
|Identificación de áreas quemadas mediante el análisis de series de tiempo en el ámbito de computación en la nube
|Integration of AWiFS and MODIS active fire data for burn mapping at regional level using the Burned Area Synergic Algorithm (BASA)
|GOES Active Fire Product Validation Using High Resolution Data
|UNA DÉCADA DE TRABAJO CONJUNTO: 10 AÑOS DE REDLATIF
|EVALUATION OF THE CAUSES OF ERROR IN THE MCD45 BURNED-AREA PRODUCT FOR THE SAVANNAS OF NORTHERN SOUTH AMERICA
|Minas de Riotinto (south Spain) forest fire: Burned area assessment and fire severity mapping using Landsat 5-TM, Envisat-MERIS, and Terra-MODIS postfire images