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Delineation of ecologically sensitive areas diversification agroproductive “if state of veracruz city coatepec

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José Alberto Maqueo Jiménez, María de Jesús Martínez Hernández, Gabriel Díaz Padilla, Gustavo C. Ortiz Ceballos and Gabriela Sánchez Viveros
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Abstract: 

In Latin America, the socioeconomic models of development are generally based on the exploitation of natural resources with a poorly planned vision, they promote the expansion of the extraction and processing of activities of natural resources. Providing a greater environmental fragility while attacking the biodiversity ecosystem. There is the important need to balance the dynamic energy in the agro ecosystems. In this proposal, the methodology consisted on two phases: the first contemplated the construction of criteria to define the ecologically sensitive areas; and the second, the realization of the space analysis. The remote sensing technologies and the geographic information systems are research tools that facilitate the analysis of the territory; in surface areas larger than 100 km2. Therefore, the objective was to show its applicability in the space delimitation of ecologically sensitive areas. The value of identifying and measure them in the agro productive territorial ordering context with ecological criteria and agro productive diversity, while being surfaces that contain elements of the landscape, of a physical nature, biological and cultural, significant features for the functioning of the ecosystem, provide crucial information for the correct planning in the agro productive and conservation diversification. Applied in the municipality of Coatepec, Veracruz. The results show a total of ecologically sensitive areas of 4255 has, meaning the 1.66 % of the total surface area of the Municipality, therefore, we've found that the critical areas associated with communication channels and urban areas are of 7851 has, with the highest impact percentage of 3.06 and the sustainably suitable areas for slopes and vegetation cover is 1.6 % of the total of the municipality of Coatepec.

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