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Registration No. 112

Integrated coastal zone management: use of Geographical Information Systems as a tool for characterization of sea shrimp farm areas in southern Brazil
Rodrigo Randow deFREITAS I, Carlos HARTMANN 2J , Luis Henrique da 51 .. 4 POERSCH 31 and Paulo Roberto Armanini TAGLlANI /
1/&3/ Funda9iio Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Departamento de Oceanografia, Laborat6ria "'"Maricultura, Esta9iio Marinha de Aquacu/tura, Cassino, CP. 474, 96201-900, Rio Grande, Brazil Funda9iio Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, LOGIDGEOIFURG, Av. /talia, km 8, C.P. C~ 96201-900, RioGrande, RS, Brazil Funda9iio Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Departamento de Oceanografia, Laborat6ria "'" Gerenciamento Costeiro, Av. /talia, km 8, CP. 474, 96201-900, Rio Grande, RS, Brazil

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In the Rio Grande do Sui state, sea shrimp farming activity is in expansion ever since exotic shrimp Litopenaeus vanname! was introduced. Today, four farms are produc . e the state, and areinstalled in the municipal districts of Sao Jose do Norte and Rio Gra s another four farms already possess previous license for work. Along with the ac' . '5 potential productive growth comes an increaseof environmental and socioeconomic im risks, which can directly affect sustainability of the activity. Several examples confirm, ;~~ statement, with similar problems reported for countries that saw theexponential grow their activity, but with consequent productive, legal and environmental problems. There'IOI1 a manner of proViding long-lasting development of the activity is through planning adecision management of enterprise development at coastal areas, by emplo' " Geographical Information Systems (SIG). The present study proposed the identificatio ~ characterization of areas destined to seashrimp farming in RS, supported by 0 (ETM+/Landsat, Google Earth), airborne (35 mm/ADAR 1000 system), terrestrial (RIC 500SE) and field expedition remote sensing techniques and methods, integrating...
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