Among the logging methods, the Exploration of Reduced Impact (ERI) is the one that brings most financial benefits to producers and to the environment due to the use of macro and micro forest planning techniques. The limitation of this method is the systematic techniques to planning the area, using analogic X,Y coordinate to locate trees and streams on the inventory process. With low accuracy to represent the physical environment and location of trees in production units results in a low operating efficiency and higher environmental interference. The purpose of this work is to integrate the forest planning considering environmental heterogeneity, integrating GNSS receiver, radar altimetric data (SRTM) and the hydrographic micro zoning. The study was done in Sena Madureira, state of Acre, Brazil From the inventory of 5.992 trees generated a volume raster and from the stream shape could be possible to construct the permanent protection area (APP). With this both information, using raster calculate processes, were created 4 unites of management areas. Each unit of management has differentiated intensive capacity to receive infrastructure of yard, road and skidtrail. The categories are: 0 to 60 volume m ³. ha-1, 60.01 to 90 m ³. ha-1, 90.01 to 120.00 m ³. ha-1 and 120.01 to 150 m ³. ha-1, discounting the areas of environmental protection and hydrography. Adopting additional information as volumetry, APPs and hydrographic micro zoning unit differentiated management of forest management in the Amazon.