Pau Aragó

Pau Aragó
Universitat Jaume I | UJI · Department of Mathematics

Dr. Geospatial Technologies and Forestry background

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Introduction
I'm a PhD Student at Jaume I University Spain (INIT and Mathemathics Department. I have a Background in forestry and a Master in Geospatial Technologies. My research is focus in Volunteered Geographic information and Big Data Analysis and environmental issues. I'm curios about all that involves geo's prefix.
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September 2014 - June 2016
Universitat Jaume I
Position
  • Researcher PdD student
September 2010 - present
Universitat Jaume I
Position
  • PhD Student
December 2009 - present
Universitat Jaume I
Position
  • Researcher

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Publications (16)
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Crime is one of the most important problems facing the worldwide today. Crime can result in economic, physical and emotional suffering for victims and can have even wider social and economic impacts. Locations of calls-to-police can be described by spatial coordinates in an urban context defining a spatial point pattern. In this paper we seek to bu...
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Crime is one of the most important problems facing the worldwide today. Crime can result in economic, physical and emotional suffering for victims and can have even wider social and economic impacts. Locations of calls-to-police can be described by spatial coordinates in an urban context defining a spatial point pattern. In this paper we seek to bu...
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During the last decades the Mediterranean zone in Europe has experienced an increment in the incidence of forest wildfires. This increase is partly explained by higher mean temperature and lower relative humidity, while socioeconomic change has lead to the abandonment of farms, resulting in an increase in an unusual accumulation of forest fuels, in...
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Las incidencias de los modelos espacio-temporal de los incendios forestales y sus relaciones con las variables meteorológicas, geográficas y usos del suelo son analizadas en este trabajo. Estas relaciones pueden ser tratadas en un incendio forestal como componentes en los modelos de procesos puntuales es decir como actividades separadas. En este tr...
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Site-specific agriculture has been adopted in a high-tech context using, for instance, in situ sensors, satellite images for remote sensing analysis, and some other technological devices. However, farmers and smallholders without the economic resources and required knowledge to use and to access the latest technology seem to find an impediment to p...
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Achieving sustainable growth in our society implies monitoring our environment in order to measure human impact and detect relevant changes and detrimental driving factors such as wildfires and desertification. In order for experts to perform environmental modelling they need to be able to access data and models in an efficient and interoperable ma...
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This is the author's version of the work. The final publication is available at http://rd.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11119-012-9267-4 Site-specific agriculture has been adopted in a high-tech context using, for instance, in-situ sensors, satellite images for remote sensing analysis, and some other technological devices. However, farmers and smal...
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University jaume I (UJI) and University of Bahir Dar (BDU) are involved in a cooperation project sponsored by “Agencia Española de Cooperación al Desarrollo” (AECID). The project called "Strengthening the research center and community service on disaster risk management to improve food security and agricultural productivity in the Amhara Regional S...
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Forest fires management is not only an emergency task, the preventive task could be even more important, being better avoid the possibility of a forest fire ignition before it start or reduce its hazard, that latter try to extinct it. To implement a useful forest fire management into a SDI is crucial to know the user requirements, which is the spat...
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Currently we are witnessing how ordinary citizens are willing to share geospatial information using the friendly and easy-to use functionality provided by the web 2.0 platforms. These platforms act as social networks describing events with big social impact and reflecting what is now known as Citizen Science. In particular events, such as those clo...
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Las Infraestructuras de Datos Espaciales (IDE) facilitan notablemente el acceso, publicación y mantenimiento de información geoespacial ofreciendo servicios que ocultan al usuario final la complejidad inherente en el tratamiento y gestión de dicha información. De entre estos servicios, la especificación OGC SOS describe las interfaces para la publi...
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La información geoespacial necesaria para la gestión de los incendios forestales es muy amplia y diversa. Cada profesional que interviene en un incendio forestal actúa en diferentes fases (prevención, extinción), contexto (centro control, primera línea de fuego, vigilancia). Cada profesional tiene diferentes grados de dependencia tecnológica, por l...
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Geospatial technologies have evolved to offer users the functionality of data access and to model development to generate information. Nowadays Spatial Data Infrastructures represent the SOA paradigm in geospatial terms offering a set of interoperable distributed components to access, visualize and process data forming the Geospatial Web. Fostered...
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Forest fires are an important natural disaster in southern Europe (Schmuck et al. 2010). In the post-fire analysis, fire border survey is an important task that must be carried out to estimate the amount of burned area and its affect on the land cover and natural resources. The report1 of the forest fire perimeter in Spain is done by Autonomous Com...

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Questions (3)
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I want to know if there are resources which explain and discuss the outputs of R-INLA apart form those articles and documentation from the R-INLA project.
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Dear Colleges;
I'm looking for a suitable Journal to publish a forest fire work. The article describe a new approach to this phenomena base on past statiscics and data.
Thank you
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I'm looking for VGI data to do a point pattern analysis. Do you know of any projects that are collecting VGI data?

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Saptial analysis of forest fires using spatial statistics