Collection 2.0  of annual maps of land cover, land use and land use changes between 1985 to 2018 in the Pan-Amazon.

ABOUT

The Amazonian Network of Georeferenced Socio-Environmental Information (RAISG) is a consortium of civil society organizations from the Amazonian countries oriented to the socio-environmental sustainability of the Amazon, with the support of international cooperation.

MapBiomas is a multi-institutional initiative involving universities, NGOs and technology companies that have come together to contribute to the understanding of the transformations occurring in the Brazilian territory through the annual mapping of land cover and land use in Brazil.

MapBiomas Amazonia was created to contribute to the understanding of the transformations occurring in the Amazon territory through the annual mapping of land cover and land use in the Pan-Amazon.



MAP AND DATA PLATFORM

Access to annual maps and land-use coverage and data from 1985 to 2018.

  • Coverage
  • Change
  • Statistics
  • Quality

INFOGRAPHIC

Understand how the project was developed

Learn about MapBiomas Amazonia's methodology and how the network is organized to generate maps and land-use coverage and data.

MAPBIOMAS AMAZONIA COLLECTION

Extend historical series

Now the data covers a 34-year span  with data on annual land cover and land use changes from 1985 to 2018.

Territorial analyses

Maps and statistics can now be consulted by territorial units  such as  Biomes, Countries, States, Provinces and Municipalities. Also by  Watersheds, Protected Areas and Indigenous Territories

Socios

An initiative of

Co-creators

Technical Collaboration

Collaboration in technology

Financing