CONTRIBUTIONS OF GEOGRAPHY AND REMOTE SENSING AS AN AUXILIARY TOOL IN THE PLANNING SPACE TOURISM, A CASE STUDY ON THE SERRA DO CIPÓ NATIONAL PARK MG.
Keywords:Tourism, Remote sensing, Serra do Cipo.
This study aimed to show how geography in the use of remote sensing as a tool for spatial analysis through an interpretation of the geographical area related to your organization, can assist the planning of tourism, since it uses the space for your effective. Using data freely available and free software in collaborative mapping platforms and also known techniques in remote sensing, we tried to get important information to serve as subsidies for professional who want to plan tourism. This information allows the professional understanding and interpretation of the aspects that concern the socio-geography and the environmental, economic and historical, essential for the production and practice of effective tourism model. As a case study, in this study an exploratory field of activity was carried out, defining their research in the Serra do Cipó National Park MG and its surroundings.
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