The FTA data portal provides access to a wealth of datasets and maps generated through FTA research. Its part of our commitment to advancing knowledge on, and decision-making for, forest, trees, and agroforestry.

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Sentinel landscapes
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Land cover map of 2005 is part of land cover change map series of 2005 and 2018, developed in order to support the biodiversity of oil palm and non-oil...
Land cover map of 2018 is part of land cover change map series of 2005 and 2018, developed in order to support the biodiversity of oil palm and non-oil...
The forest cover map provided to support the participatory mapping project which lead by Amy Duchelle, under GCS-REDD component 2, in Banjararun Village, Yogyakarta.
The map contain 13 land cover classes interpreted in October 2017 using object-oriented classification method based on Sentinel-2 satellite imagery, sensor acquisition day 30 June 2017, band composite 11-8-2....
Wetlands are important providers of ecosystem services and key regulators of climate change. They positively contribute to global warming through their greenhouse gas emissions, and negatively through the accumulation...
The dataset reveals forty-two years (1973-2015) of forest degradation by the logging industry, and conversion to industrial oil palm and pulpwood plantations in Borneo, shared by Indonesia, Malaysia, and...
This dataset shows a distribution of wetland that covers the tropics and sub tropics (38° N to 56° S; 161° E to 117° W), excluding small islands. It was...
This interactive online map shows area affected by June 2013's fire that created trans-boundary haze events in South East Asia. The trans-boundary haze events are associated...
Burned area in Riau province caused by June 2013's fire event and vegetation cover one month prior to burn.
Deforestation data prior to June 2013's fire event from 1990 to 2013 in Riau.
The Sikasso-Bobo Dioulasso-Tamale transect is entirely found within the Soudano-Guinean ecological zone spanning South East Mali, South West Burkina Faso and Northern Ghana. Within Mali, this landscape includes Segou...
Western Ghats Sentinel Landscape Boundary
This is the boundary of the Western Amazon sentinel landscape
Major ecosystems in the Nicaragua/Honduras FTA Sentinel Landscape. This data set was provided by the SL team in Nicaragua.
The International Network for the Demographic Evaluation of Populations and Their Health in Developing Countries (INDEPTH) is a global network of members who conduct longitudinal health and demographic evaluation...
This data outlines the boundary stretch
map showing oil palm landscape boundary for Borneo
West Africa Sentinel Landscape major climatic zones, the are covers Ghana, Mali and Burkina Faso
land use layers of the five provinces of Mekong Sentinel Landscape from 2002, produced by Land Development Department, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Thailand

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