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AdministrativeBoundaries_EEA39 (MapServer)
Title AdministrativeBoundaries_EEA39
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ULS-UMA
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
The dataset is representing the administrative boundaries of the 39 EEA countries at different level, Country (NUTS0), NUTS1, NUTS2, NUTS3. The dataset is created at raster format with a resolution of 100m with the same extent of the Corine Land Cover 2012 v18, deriving the boundaries by ESTAT dataset (GISCO) for land side and Economic Exclusive Zone data for the coastal area.
Description
Data prepresents the administrative coverage of the EEA 39 countries within the extent of Corine Land Cover v18.
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.6236994015,2788111.0551334918,8115876.3763005985,11996911.055133492
Layers ADM_EEA39
Map Name Administrative boundaries EEA39, Apr. 2018
Category
CHA1990_2000_WM (MapServer)
Title Changes19902000_LAEA
Author Ludvig Forslund
Subject Land Cover Change between year 1990 and 2000 in Web Mercator
Keywords EEA,Corine Land Cover
Copyright Text MDI3@EEA, Copenhagen, 2014
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Land Cover Accounts summarize and interpret the 44x43=1892 possible one-to-one changes between the 44 CORINE land cover classes. The changes are grouped to so called flows of land cover and are classified according to major land use processes: • lcf1 Urban land management • lcf2 Urban residential sprawl • lcf3 Sprawl of economic sites and infrastructures • lcf4 Agriculture internal conversions • lcf5 Conversion from forested & natural land to agriculture • lcf6 Withdrawal of farming • lcf7 Forests creation and management • lcf8 Water bodies creation and management • lcf9 Changes of Land Cover due to natural and multiple causes Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/corine-land-cover-2
Description
SRS 3035
Extent -3477843.704,162401.15544911101,10146803.084917095,8305201.356399998
Layers Corine Land Change 2000 vector,g100_ch90_00_V18_5_WM.tif
Map Name CHA1990_2000
Category
CHA1990_2000_WM (MapServer)
Title Changes19902000_WM
Author Ludvig Forslund
Subject Land Cover Change between year 1990 and 2000 in Web Mercator
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interpretation,copernicus,corine,change
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
The 1st inventory of CLCC. Each change polygon has two CLC codes (1990 and 2000). The methodology was not yet standardised.
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Corine Land Change 2000 vector,g100_ch90_00_V18_5_WM.tif
Map Name CHA1990_2000
Category
CHA2000_2006_WM (MapServer)
Title Changes20002006_LAEA
Author Ludvig Forslund
Subject Land Cover Change between year2000 and 2006 in web mercator.
Keywords Land cover,land use,changes v17
Copyright Text MDI3@EEA, Copenhagen, 2014
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Land Cover Accounts summarize and interpret the 44x43=1892 possible one-to-one changes between the 44 CORINE land cover classes. The changes are grouped to so called flows of land cover and are classified according to major land use processes: • lcf1 Urban land management • lcf2 Urban residential sprawl • lcf3 Sprawl of economic sites and infrastructures • lcf4 Agriculture internal conversions • lcf5 Conversion from forested & natural land to agriculture • lcf6 Withdrawal of farming • lcf7 Forests creation and management • lcf8 Water bodies creation and management • lcf9 Changes of Land Cover due to natural and multiple causes Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/corine-land-cover-3
Description
SRS 3035
Extent -3208186.193,162401.15544911101,10146803.084917095,11298296.159999996
Layers Corine Land Change 2006 vector,Corine Land Change 2006 raster
Map Name CHA2000_2006
Category
CHA2000_2006_WM (MapServer)
Title Changes20002006_WM
Author Ludvig Forslund
Subject Land Cover Change between year2000 and 2006 in web mercator.
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interpretation,copernicus,corine,change
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
The 2nd inventory of CLCC. Each change polygon has two CLC codes (2000 and 2006). The methodology was standardised. “Change mapping first” has become the recommended update methodology.
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Corine Land Change 2006 vector,Corine Land Change 2006 raster
Map Name CHA2000_2006
Category
Corine Land Cover accounting (adjusted) layer (raster 100m) (MapServer)
Title CLC_adj_WM
Author
Subject To eliminate several inconsistencies from the usage of 100m raster version of original CLC data in the accounting systems at EEA, like Land and Ecosystem Accounting (LEAC), which uses a 1km grid (CUBE) base for calculation, a harmonization method were elaborated for the CLC and CLCC data. The harmonization ("adjustment") was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (
Keywords Corine Land Cover,CLC,LEAC,CLC harmonized (adjusted) layers,CLC accounting layers,V18_5
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen, 2017
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The applied solution for the harmonization combines CLC status and change layers in the 100m raster form in order to create homogeneous quality time series of CLC / CLC-change layers for accounting purposes. The so called "adjusted CLC layers" fulfilling the relation: CLC-change = Adjusted CLC_ new status – Adjusted CLC old status. The adjustment method maximizes compatibility of “backdated” CLC status layers with CLC2012 and each other. The harmonization ("adjustment") was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (RELEASE v18_5; dated 02/2016).

Description
To eliminate several inconsistencies from the usage of 100m raster version of original CLC data in the accounting systems at EEA, like Land and Ecosystem Accounting (LEAC), which uses a 1km grid (CUBE) base for calculation, a harmonization method were applied for the CLC data. The harmonization ("adjustment") was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (RELEASE v18_5; dated 02/2016).
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Corine Land Cover 2012 accounting (adjusted) layer,Corine Land Cover 2006 accounting (adjusted) layer,Corine Land Cover 2000 accounting (adjusted) layer,Corine Land Cover 1990 accounting (adjusted) layer
Map Name Corine Land Cover accounting (adjusted) layers (raster 100m)
Category
Corine Land Cover accounting layers (raster 100m) (MapServer)
Title CLC1990_acc_WM
Author
Subject To eliminate several inconsistencies from the usage of 100m raster version of original CLC data in the accounting systems at EEA, like Land and Ecosystem Accounting (LEAC), which uses a 1km grid (CUBE) base for calculation, a harmonization method were elaborated for the CLC and CLCC data. The harmonization was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (RELEASE v18_5;
Keywords Corine Land Cover,CLC,LEAC,CLC harmonized (accounting) layers,CLC accounting layers,V18_5
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen, 2017
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The applied solution for the harmonization combines CLC status and change layers in the 100m raster form in order to create homogeneous quality time series of CLC / CLC-change layers for accounting purposes. The so called "accounting CLC layers" fulfilling the relation: CLC-change = harmonized CLC_ new status – harmonized CLC old status. The harmonization method maximizes compatibility of “backdated” CLC status layers with CLC2012 and each other.The harmonization was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (RELEASE v18_5; dated 02/2016).

Description
To eliminate several inconsistencies from the usage of 100m raster version of original CLC data in the accounting systems at EEA, like Land and Ecosystem Accounting (LEAC), which uses a 1km grid (CUBE) base for calculation, a harmonization method were applied for the CLC data. The harmonization was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (RELEASE v18_5; dated 02/2016).
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Corine Land Cover 1990 version 18.5 (raster 100m) accounting layer
Map Name Corine Land Cover accounting layers
Category
CLC1990 (MapServer)
Title CLC1990_Dyna_LAEA
Author Jayan Wijesingha
Subject CLC90 is one of the datasets produced within the frame the Corine Land Cover programme referring to land cover / land use status of year 1990.
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interoretation,raster data,copernicus,corine
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
CLC1990 was the 1st CORINE Land Cover inventory and lasted for 10 years. Photointerpretation mostly done on plastic overly. Field checking was an integral part of the work. The basic parameters of the project (25 ha minimum mapping unit, 100 m minimum mapping width and the European level-3 nomenclature) tested. These are used consistently in all subsequent inventories.
Description
SRS 3035
Extent 900000,900000,7400000,5500000
Layers Corine Land Cover 1990 vector,Corine Land Cover 1990 raster
Map Name CLC1990
Category
CLC_1990_WM (MapServer)
Title CLC1990_Dyna_WM
Author Ludvig Forslund
Subject CLC90 is one of the datasets produced within the frame the Corine Land Cover programme referring to land cover / land use status of year 1990. Projected in Web Mercator
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interoretation,raster data,copernicus,corine
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
CLC1990 was the 1st CORINE Land Cover inventory and lasted for 10 years. Photointerpretation mostly done on plastic overly. Field checking was an integral part of the work. The basic parameters of the project (25 ha minimum mapping unit, 100 m minimum mapping width and the European level-3 nomenclature) tested. These are used consistently in all subsequent inventories.
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Corine Land Cover 1990 vector,Corine Land Cover 1990 raster
Map Name CLC1990
Category
Corine Land Cover accounting layers (raster 100m) (MapServer)
Title CLC2000_acc_WM
Author
Subject To eliminate several inconsistencies from the usage of 100m raster version of original CLC data in the accounting systems at EEA, like Land and Ecosystem Accounting (LEAC), which uses a 1km grid (CUBE) base for calculation, a harmonization method were elaborated for the CLC and CLCC data. The harmonization was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (RELEASE v18_5;
Keywords Corine Land Cover,CLC,LEAC,CLC harmonized (accounting) layers,CLC accounting layers,V18_5
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen, 2017
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The applied solution for the harmonization combines CLC status and change layers in the 100m raster form in order to create homogeneous quality time series of CLC / CLC-change layers for accounting purposes. The so called "accounting CLC layers" fulfilling the relation: CLC-change = harmonized CLC_ new status – harmonized CLC old status. The harmonization method maximizes compatibility of “backdated” CLC status layers with CLC2012 and each other.The harmonization was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (RELEASE v18_5; dated 02/2016).

Description
To eliminate several inconsistencies from the usage of 100m raster version of original CLC data in the accounting systems at EEA, like Land and Ecosystem Accounting (LEAC), which uses a 1km grid (CUBE) base for calculation, a harmonization method were applied for the CLC data. The harmonization was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (RELEASE v18_5; dated 02/2016).
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Corine Land Cover 2000 version 18.5 (raster 100m) accounting layer
Map Name Corine Land Cover accounting layers
Category
CLC2000_WM (MapServer)
Title CLC2000_Cach_WM
Author Ludvig Forslund
Subject CLC00 is one of the datasets produced within the frame the Corine Land Cover programme referring to land cover / land use status of year 2000. Projection: Web Mercator
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interoretation,raster data,copernicus,corine
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
CLC2000 was the 2nd CORINE Land Cover inventory and lasted for 4 years. Results of CLC1990 were improved and mapping CLC-Changes were tested. Computer assisted photointerpretation has become a commonplace. Number of participants has increased.
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -9102096.333053414,-3400888.945011003,10479903.666946586,11996911.054988997
Layers Corine Land Cover 2000 vector,Corine Land Cover 2000 raster
Map Name CLC2000
Category
CLC2000 (MapServer)
Title CLC2000_Dyna_LAEA
Author Jayan Wijesingha
Subject CLC00 is one of the datasets produced within the frame the Corine Land Cover programme referring to land cover / land use status of year 2000.
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interoretation,raster data,copernicus,corine
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
CLC2000 was the 2nd CORINE Land Cover inventory and lasted for 4 years. Results of CLC1990 were improved and mapping CLC-Changes were tested. Computer assisted photointerpretation has become a commonplace. Number of participants has increased.
Description
SRS 3035
Extent -2700000,-3090000,10048000,5500000
Layers Corine Land Cover 2000 vector,Corine Land Cover 2000 raster
Map Name CLC2000
Category
CLC2000_WM (MapServer)
Title CLC2000_Dyna_WM
Author Ludvig Forslund
Subject CLC00 is one of the datasets produced within the frame the Corine Land Cover programme referring to land cover / land use status of year 2000. Projection: Web Mercator
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interoretation,raster data,copernicus,corine
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
CLC2000 was the 2nd CORINE Land Cover inventory and lasted for 4 years. Results of CLC1990 were improved and mapping CLC-Changes were tested. Computer assisted photointerpretation has become a commonplace. Number of participants has increased.
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -9102096.333053414,-3400888.945011003,10479903.666946586,11996911.054988997
Layers Corine Land Cover 2000 vector,Corine Land Cover 2000 raster
Map Name CLC2000
Category
Corine Land Cover accounting layers (raster 100m) (MapServer)
Title CLC2006_acc_WM
Author
Subject To eliminate several inconsistencies from the usage of 100m raster version of original CLC data in the accounting systems at EEA, like Land and Ecosystem Accounting (LEAC), which uses a 1km grid (CUBE) base for calculation, a harmonization method were elaborated for the CLC and CLCC data. The harmonization was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (RELEASE v18_5;
Keywords Corine Land Cover,CLC,LEAC,CLC harmonized (accounting) layers,CLC accounting layers,V18_5
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen, 2017
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The applied solution for the harmonization combines CLC status and change layers in the 100m raster form in order to create homogeneous quality time series of CLC / CLC-change layers for accounting purposes. The so called "accounting CLC layers" fulfilling the relation: CLC-change = harmonized CLC_ new status – harmonized CLC old status. The harmonization method maximizes compatibility of “backdated” CLC status layers with CLC2012 and each other.The harmonization was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (RELEASE v18_5; dated 02/2016).

Description
To eliminate several inconsistencies from the usage of 100m raster version of original CLC data in the accounting systems at EEA, like Land and Ecosystem Accounting (LEAC), which uses a 1km grid (CUBE) base for calculation, a harmonization method were applied for the CLC data. The harmonization was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (RELEASE v18_5; dated 02/2016).
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Corine Land Cover 2006 version 18.5 (raster 100m) accounting layer
Map Name Corine Land Cover accounting layers
Category
CLC2006 (MapServer)
Title CLC2006_Dyna_LAEA
Author Jayan Wijesingha
Subject CLC2006 is one of the datasets produced within the frame the Corine Land Cover programme referring to land cover / land use status of year 2006.
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interoretation,raster data,copernicus,corine
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
CLC2006 was the 3rd CORINE Land Cover inventory and needed 3 years to be accomplished. Instead of a single imagery, a dual coverage of satellite images were used. Methodology of mapping changes was consolidated. Advanced (less human work intensive) solutions appeared in some countries. Number of participants has increased.
Description
SRS 3035
Extent -2700000,-3090000,10048000,5500000
Layers Corine Land Cover 2006 vector,Corine Land Cover 2006 raster
Map Name CLC2006
Category
CLC2006_WM (MapServer)
Title CLC2006_Dyna_WM
Author Ludvig Forslund
Subject CLC2006 is one of the datasets produced within the frame the Corine Land Cover programme referring to land cover / land use status of year 2006. Projection: Web Mercator
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interoretation,raster data,copernicus,corine
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
CLC2006 was the 3rd CORINE Land Cover inventory and needed 3 years to be accomplished. Instead of a single imagery, a dual coverage of satellite images were used. Methodology of mapping changes was consolidated. Advanced (less human work intensive) solutions appeared in some countries. Number of participants has increased.
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -9102096.333053414,-3400888.945011003,10479903.666946586,11996911.054988997
Layers Corine Land Cover 2006 vector,Corine Land Cover 2006 raster
Map Name CLC2006
Category
Corine Land Cover accounting layers (raster 100m) (MapServer)
Title CLC2012_acc_WM
Author
Subject To eliminate several inconsistencies from the usage of 100m raster version of original CLC data in the accounting systems at EEA, like Land and Ecosystem Accounting (LEAC), which uses a 1km grid (CUBE) base for calculation, a harmonization method were elaborated for the CLC and CLCC data. The harmonization was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (RELEASE v18_5;
Keywords Corine Land Cover,CLC,LEAC,CLC harmonized (accounting) layers,CLC accounting layers,V18_5
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen, 2017
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The applied solution for the harmonization combines CLC status and change layers in the 100m raster form in order to create homogeneous quality time series of CLC / CLC-change layers for accounting purposes. The so called "accounting CLC layers" fulfilling the relation: CLC-change = harmonized CLC_ new status – harmonized CLC old status. The harmonization method maximizes compatibility of “backdated” CLC status layers with CLC2012 and each other.The harmonization was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (RELEASE v18_5; dated 02/2016).

Description
To eliminate several inconsistencies from the usage of 100m raster version of original CLC data in the accounting systems at EEA, like Land and Ecosystem Accounting (LEAC), which uses a 1km grid (CUBE) base for calculation, a harmonization method were applied for the CLC data. The harmonization was carried out on the version 18_5 of Corine Land Cover European database (RELEASE v18_5; dated 02/2016).
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Corine Land Cover 2012 version 18.5 (raster 100m) accounting layer
Map Name Corine Land Cover accounting layers
Category
CLC2012 ETRS89 LAEA (MapServer)
Title CLC2012_LAEA
Author IDM3 (discomap@eea.europa.eu)
Subject CLC2012 is one of the datasets produced within the frame the Corine Land Cover programme referring to land cover / land use status of year 2012.
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interoretation,raster data,copernicus,corine
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
CLC2012 is the 4th CORINE Land Cover inventory and took 3 years to finalize. A dual coverage of satellite images were used. The number of countries using advanced (bottom-up) solutions has slightly increased. All of the EEA39 countries have participated.
Description
Land Cover (CLC) is an European programme, coordinated by the European Environment Agency (EEA), providing consistent information on land cover and land cover changes across Europe. CLC products are based on the photointerpretation of satellite images by the national teams of the participating countries - the EEA member or cooperating countries. The resulting national land cover inventories are further integrated into a seamless land cover map of Europe. The resulting European database is based on standard methodology and nomenclature with following base parameters: - 44 classes in the hierarchical 3-level Corine nomenclature - minimum mapping unit (MMU) for status layers is 25 hectares - minimum width of linear elements is 100 metres - minimum mapping unit (MMU) for Land Cover Changes (LCC) for change layers is 5 hectares CLC programme provides important data sets supporting the implementation of key priority areas of the Environment Action Programmes of the European Community as protecting ecosystems, halting the loss of biological diversity, tracking the impacts of climate change, assessing developments in agriculture and implementing the EU Water Framework Directive etc.. CLC programme is also a part of the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES http://gmes.info) initiative, run by the European Commission and the European Space Agency, which will provide environmental information from a combination of air- and space-based observation systems and in-situ monitoring. More about the Corine Land Cover (CLC) programme and datasets can be found at http://www.eea.eu.
SRS 3035
Extent -2700000,-3090000,10048000,5500000
Layers Agricultural Areas,Agricultural Areas (raster),Agricultural Areas (vector),Artificial surfaces,Artificial Surfaces (raster),Artificial Surfaces (vector),Forest Semi Natural Areas,Forest Semi Natural Areas (raster),Forest Semi Natural Areas (vector),Waterbodies,Waterbodies (raster),Waterbodies (vector),Wetlands,Wetlands (raster),Wetlands (vector)
Map Name CLC12_ETRS89_LAEA Corine land Cover 2012
Category
CLC2012 Web Mercator (MapServer)
Title CLC2012_WM
Author IDM3 (discomap@eea.europa.eu)
Subject CLC2012 is one of the datasets produced within the frame the Corine Land Cover programme referring to land cover / land use status of year 2012.
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interoretation,raster data,copernicus,corine
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
CLC2012 is the 4th CORINE Land Cover inventory and took 3 years to finalize. A dual coverage of satellite images were used. The number of countries using advanced (bottom-up) solutions has slightly increased. All of the EEA39 countries have participated.
Description
Land Cover (CLC) is an European programme, coordinated by the European Environment Agency (EEA), providing consistent information on land cover and land cover changes across Europe. CLC products are based on the photointerpretation of satellite images by the national teams of the participating countries - the EEA member or cooperating countries. The resulting national land cover inventories are further integrated into a seamless land cover map of Europe. The resulting European database is based on standard methodology and nomenclature with following base parameters: - 44 classes in the hierarchical 3-level Corine nomenclature - minimum mapping unit (MMU) for status layers is 25 hectares - minimum width of linear elements is 100 metres - minimum mapping unit (MMU) for Land Cover Changes (LCC) for change layers is 5 hectares CLC programme provides important data sets supporting the implementation of key priority areas of the Environment Action Programmes of the European Community as protecting ecosystems, halting the loss of biological diversity, tracking the impacts of climate change, assessing developments in agriculture and implementing the EU Water Framework Directive etc.. CLC programme is also a part of the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES http://gmes.info) initiative, run by the European Commission and the European Space Agency, which will provide environmental information from a combination of air- and space-based observation systems and in-situ monitoring. More about the Corine Land Cover (CLC) programme and datasets can be found at http://www.eea.eu.
SRS 102100
Extent -9102096.333053414,-3400888.945011003,10479903.666946586,11996911.054988997
Layers Agricultural Areas,Agricultural Areas (raster),Agricultural areas (vector),Artificial Surfaces,Artificial Surfaces (raster),Artificial Surfaces (vector),Forest Semi Natural Areas,Forest Semi Natural Areas (raster),Forest Semi Natural Areas (vector),Waterbodies,Waterbodies (raster),Waterbodies (vector),Wetlands,Wetlands (raster),Wetlands (vector)
Map Name CLC12_WM to Corine Land Cover 2012
Category
CHA1990_2000_WM (MapServer)
Title CLCChanges19902000_Dyna_LAEA
Author Ludvig Forslund
Subject Land Cover Change between year 1990 and 2000 in Web Mercator
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interpretation,copernicus,corine,change
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
The 1st inventory of CLCC. Each change polygon has two CLC codes (1990 and 2000). The methodology was not yet standardised.
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Corine Land Change 2000 vector,g100_ch90_00_V18_5_WM.tif
Map Name CHA1990_2000
Category
Copy_of_CLC_Changes19902000_WGS84 (MapServer)
Title CLCChanges19902000_Dyna_WGS84
Author Magnusson
Subject Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/corine-land-cover-2
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Description
One of the major tasks undertaken in the framework of the Corine programme has been the establishment of a computerised inventory on the land cover. Data on land cover is necessary for the environment policy as well as for other policies such as regional development and agriculture. At the same time it provides one of the basic inputs for the production of more complex information on other themes (soil erosion, pollutant emission into the air by the vegetation, etc.). The objectives of the land cover project are: - to provide those responsible for and interested in the European policy on the environment with quantitative data on land cover, consistent and comparable across Europe; - to prepare one comprehensive land cover database for the 15 EC Member States and other European and North African countries, at an original scale of 1: 100 000, using 44 classes of the 3-level Corine nomenclature.
SRS 4326
Extent -18.026177082999936,27.699831902000085,34.57560396900004,70.08387571800006
Layers Changes to Artificial Surfaces,Artificial Surfaces (raster),Artificial surfaces (vector),Changes to Agricultural Areas,Agricultural Areas (raster),Agricultural Areas (vector),Changes to Forest Semi Natural Areas,Forest Semi Natural Areas (raster),Forest semi natural areas (vector),Changes to Wetlands,Wetlands (raster),Wetlands (vector),Changes to Waterbodies,Waterbodies (raster),Water bodies (vect
Map Name Corine Landcover changes 1990-2000
Category
CHA1990_2000_WM (MapServer)
Title CLCChanges19902000_Dyna_WM
Author Ludvig Forslund
Subject Land Cover Change between year 1990 and 2000 in Web Mercator
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interpretation,copernicus,corine,change
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
The 1st inventory of CLCC. Each change polygon has two CLC codes (1990 and 2000). The methodology was not yet standardised.
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Corine Land Change 2000 vector,g100_ch90_00_V18_5_WM.tif
Map Name CHA1990_2000
Category
CHA2000_2006_WM (MapServer)
Title CLCChanges20002006_Dyna_LAEA
Author Ludvig Forslund
Subject Land Cover Change between year2000 and 2006 in web mercator.
Keywords Land cover,land use,changes
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Land Cover Accounts summarize and interpret the 44x43=1892 possible one-to-one changes between the 44 CORINE land cover classes. The changes are grouped to so called flows of land cover and are classified according to major land use processes: • lcf1 Urban land management • lcf2 Urban residential sprawl • lcf3 Sprawl of economic sites and infrastructures • lcf4 Agriculture internal conversions • lcf5 Conversion from forested & natural land to agriculture • lcf6 Withdrawal of farming • lcf7 Forests creation and management • lcf8 Water bodies creation and management • lcf9 Changes of Land Cover due to natural and multiple causes Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/corine-land-cover-3
Description
SRS 3035
Extent -3208186.193,162401.15544911101,10146803.084917095,11298296.159999996
Layers Corine Land Change 2006 vector,Corine Land Change 2006 raster
Map Name CHA2000_2006
Category
CHA2000_2006_WM (MapServer)
Title CLCChanges20002006_Dyna_WM
Author Ludvig Forslund
Subject Land Cover Change between year2000 and 2006 in web mercator.
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interpretation,copernicus,corine,change
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
The 2nd inventory of CLCC. Each change polygon has two CLC codes (2000 and 2006). The methodology was standardised. “Change mapping first” has become the recommended update methodology.
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Corine Land Change 2006 vector,Corine Land Change 2006 raster
Map Name CHA2000_2006
Category
CLC2012 ETRS89 LAEA (MapServer)
Title Corine_Land_Cover_LAEA
Author IDM3 (discomap@eea.europa.eu)
Subject CLC2012 is one of the datasets produced within the frame the Corine Land Cover programme referring to land cover / land use status of year 2012.
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interoretation,raster data,copernicus,corine
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
CLC2012 is the 4th CORINE Land Cover inventory and took 3 years to finalize. A dual coverage of satellite images were used. The number of countries using advanced (bottom-up) solutions has slightly increased. All of the EEA39 countries have participated.
Description
Land Cover (CLC) is an European programme, coordinated by the European Environment Agency (EEA), providing consistent information on land cover and land cover changes across Europe. CLC products are based on the photointerpretation of satellite images by the national teams of the participating countries - the EEA member or cooperating countries. The resulting national land cover inventories are further integrated into a seamless land cover map of Europe. The resulting European database is based on standard methodology and nomenclature with following base parameters: - 44 classes in the hierarchical 3-level Corine nomenclature - minimum mapping unit (MMU) for status layers is 25 hectares - minimum width of linear elements is 100 metres - minimum mapping unit (MMU) for Land Cover Changes (LCC) for change layers is 5 hectares CLC programme provides important data sets supporting the implementation of key priority areas of the Environment Action Programmes of the European Community as protecting ecosystems, halting the loss of biological diversity, tracking the impacts of climate change, assessing developments in agriculture and implementing the EU Water Framework Directive etc.. CLC programme is also a part of the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES http://gmes.info) initiative, run by the European Commission and the European Space Agency, which will provide environmental information from a combination of air- and space-based observation systems and in-situ monitoring. More about the Corine Land Cover (CLC) programme and datasets can be found at http://www.eea.eu.
SRS 3035
Extent -2700000,-3090000,10048000,5500000
Layers Agricultural Areas,Agricultural Areas (raster),Agricultural Areas (vector),Artificial surfaces,Artificial Surfaces (raster),Artificial Surfaces (vector),Forest Semi Natural Areas,Forest Semi Natural Areas (raster),Forest Semi Natural Areas (vector),Waterbodies,Waterbodies (raster),Waterbodies (vector),Wetlands,Wetlands (raster),Wetlands (vector)
Map Name CLC12_ETRS89_LAEA Corine land Cover 2012
Category
CLC2012 Web Mercator (MapServer)
Title Corine_Land_Cover_WM
Author IDM3 (discomap@eea.europa.eu)
Subject CLC2012 is one of the datasets produced within the frame the Corine Land Cover programme referring to land cover / land use status of year 2012.
Keywords land cover map,satellite image interoretation,raster data,copernicus,corine
Copyright Text European Environment Agency (EEA)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
CLC2012 is the 4th CORINE Land Cover inventory and took 3 years to finalize. A dual coverage of satellite images were used. The number of countries using advanced (bottom-up) solutions has slightly increased. All of the EEA39 countries have participated.
Description
Land Cover (CLC) is an European programme, coordinated by the European Environment Agency (EEA), providing consistent information on land cover and land cover changes across Europe. CLC products are based on the photointerpretation of satellite images by the national teams of the participating countries - the EEA member or cooperating countries. The resulting national land cover inventories are further integrated into a seamless land cover map of Europe. The resulting European database is based on standard methodology and nomenclature with following base parameters: - 44 classes in the hierarchical 3-level Corine nomenclature - minimum mapping unit (MMU) for status layers is 25 hectares - minimum width of linear elements is 100 metres - minimum mapping unit (MMU) for Land Cover Changes (LCC) for change layers is 5 hectares CLC programme provides important data sets supporting the implementation of key priority areas of the Environment Action Programmes of the European Community as protecting ecosystems, halting the loss of biological diversity, tracking the impacts of climate change, assessing developments in agriculture and implementing the EU Water Framework Directive etc.. CLC programme is also a part of the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES http://gmes.info) initiative, run by the European Commission and the European Space Agency, which will provide environmental information from a combination of air- and space-based observation systems and in-situ monitoring. More about the Corine Land Cover (CLC) programme and datasets can be found at http://www.eea.eu.
SRS 102100
Extent -9102096.333053414,-3400888.945011003,10479903.666946586,11996911.054988997
Layers Agricultural Areas,Agricultural Areas (raster),Agricultural areas (vector),Artificial Surfaces,Artificial Surfaces (raster),Artificial Surfaces (vector),Forest Semi Natural Areas,Forest Semi Natural Areas (raster),Forest Semi Natural Areas (vector),Waterbodies,Waterbodies (raster),Waterbodies (vector),Wetlands,Wetlands (raster),Wetlands (vector)
Map Name CLC12_WM to Corine Land Cover 2012
Category
Fragmentation pressure of urban and transport infrastructure expansion (MapServer)
Title Fragmentation
Author EEA
Subject The indicator is based on the method of Effective Mesh Size (meff, Jaeger 2000).
Keywords EEA,landscape,fragmentation,meff,seff
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
The indicator is based on the method of Effective Mesh Size (meff, Jaeger 2000). The effective mesh size (meff) can be interpreted as the area that is accessible when starting a movement at a randomly chosen point inside a landscape without encountering a physical barrier (hereafter a Fragmentation Geometry). meff expresses the probability that any two points chosen randomly in an area are connected; that is, not separated by Fragmentation Geometries (FGs) such as transport routes or built-up areas. Hence meff is a measure of landscape connectivity, i.e. the degree to which movements between different parts of the landscape is possible. meff is measured as an area (km2), within 1km2 cell size regular grids as reporting units. Please note that the size of the reporting unit does not have an effect on the indicator. The index Effective Mesh Density (seff) is a measure of landscape fragmentation, i.e. the degree to which movement between different parts of the landscape is interrupted by FGs. The seff value is calculated as 1000/meff, hence number of meshes per 1000 km2. The map shows the distribution of fragmentation classes across Europe. Classes represent the number of meshes per 1 000 km2. Light colors mean less fragmentation pressure and dark colors mean higher fragmentation pressure of urban and transport infrastructure expansion.
Description
SRS 3035
Extent 942999.9999999958,939000,7317999.999999996,5417000
Layers Fragmentation pressure of urban and transport infrastructure expansion (number of meshes per 1000km sq)
Map Name Fragmentation pressure of urban and transport infrastructure expansion
Category
Fragmentation pressure of urban and transport infrastructure expansion (MapServer)
Title Fragmentation
Author EEA
Subject The indicator is based on the method of Effective Mesh Size (meff, Jaeger 2000).
Keywords EEA,landscape,fragmentation,meff,seff
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 22 Feb 2018
Service Description
The indicator is based on the method of Effective Mesh Size (meff, Jaeger 2000). The effective mesh size (meff) can be interpreted as the area that is accessible when starting a movement at a randomly chosen point inside a landscape without encountering a physical barrier (hereafter a Fragmentation Geometry). meff expresses the probability that any two points chosen randomly in an area are connected; that is, not separated by Fragmentation Geometries (FGs) such as transport routes or built-up areas. Hence meff is a measure of landscape connectivity, i.e. the degree to which movements between different parts of the landscape is possible. meff is measured as an area (km2), within 1km2 cell size regular grids as reporting units. Please note that the size of the reporting unit does not have an effect on the indicator. The index Effective Mesh Density (seff) is a measure of landscape fragmentation, i.e. the degree to which movement between different parts of the landscape is interrupted by FGs. The seff value is calculated as 1000/meff, hence number of meshes per 1000 km2. The map shows the distribution of fragmentation classes across Europe. Classes represent the number of meshes per 1 000 km2. Light colors mean less fragmentation pressure and dark colors mean higher fragmentation pressure of urban and transport infrastructure expansion.
Description
SRS 3035
Extent 942999.9999999958,939000,7317999.999999996,5417000
Layers Fragmentation pressure of urban and transport infrastructure expansion (number of meshes per 1000km sq)
Map Name Fragmentation pressure of urban and transport infrastructure expansion
Category
Adm_Units_GISCO_2010.mxd (MapServer)
Title GISCO_Nomenclature_of_Territorial_Units_for_Statistics_2010_NUTS_Aug2012
Author
Subject This service represents the regions for level 0 (country), 1, 2 and 3 of the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS) for 2010. from European Commission, Eurostat/GISCO. This is a reference layer of statistical units.
Keywords Country,GISCO,Metadata,Map
Copyright Text European Commission, Eurostat (ESTAT), GISCO
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
This service represents the regions for level 0 (country), 1, 2 and 3 of the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS) for 2010. The NUTS nomenclature is a hierarchical classification of statistical regions and subdivides the EU economic territory into regions of three different levels (NUTS 1, 2 and 3, respectively, moving from larger to smaller territorial units). This server shows the administrative units for each level.The NUTS classification has been officially established through Regulation (EC) No 1059/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council and amendments. A non official NUTS-like classification has been defined for the EFTA countries and candidate countries. An introduction to the NUTS classification is available here: http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/nuts_nomenclature/introductionThis data set has been created mainly from the EuroBoundary Map v 5.0 (Eurogeographics), geographic information from TurkStat for Turkey, the Global Administrative Unit Layer from FAO (UN) for Macedonia and a list of communes per statistical region provided by the countries. Six scale ranges (100K, 1M, 3M, 10M and 20M, 60M) are available. The public data set (1M - 60M) is available for download at http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/gisco_Geographical_information_maps/popups/references/administrative_units_statistical_units_1 The full data set (100K - 60M) is available to EEA due to EEA having a valid EBM v5.0 licence.
Description
This data set represents the regions for level 0 (country) of the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS) for 2010. The NUTS nomenclature is a hierarchical classification of statistical regions and subdivides the EU economic territory into regions of three different levels. The NUTS classification has been officially established through Regulation (EC) No 1059/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council and amendments. A non official NUTS-like classification has been defined for the EFTA countries and candidate countries. An introduction to the NUTS classification is available here: http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/nuts_nomenclature/introduction This data set has been created mainly from the EuroBoundary Map v 5.0 (Eurogeographics), geographic information from TurkStat for Turkey, the Global Administrative Unit Layer from FAO (UN) for Macedonia and a list of communes per statistical region provided by the countries. Six scale ranges (100K, 1M, 3M, 10M and 20M, 60M) are available. The public data set (1M - 60M) is available for download at http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/gisco_Geographical_information_maps/popups/references/administrative_units_statistical_units_1 The full data set (100K - 60M) is available to EEA due to EEA having a valid EBM v5.0 licence. Coverage is the economical territory of the EU, EFTA countries and candidate countries as in 2010. These metadata are derived from the original metadata records available at Inspire@EC.
SRS 102100
Extent -7030231.547499999,-2438425.7457999997,6215710.506900001,11465970.553599998
Layers GISCO 2010 Country,GISCO 2010 Nuts1,GISCO 2010 Nuts2,GISCO 2010 Nuts3
Map Name GISCO - Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics 2010 (NUTS), Aug. 2012
Category
IMD_change_06_09_100m_WM (MapServer)
Title IMD_change_06_09_100m_WM
Author
Subject IMD_change_06_09_100m_WM
Keywords Land
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
IMD_change_06_09_100m_WM
Description
IMD_change_06_09_100m_WM
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers IMD % change 06-09
Map Name IMD_change_06_09_100m_WM
Category
Imperviousness_2006 (MapServer)
Title Imperviousness_2006
Author
Subject Revised Soil Sealing 2006, degrees of sealing 20m - Jan. 2013
Keywords Land cover,imperviousness,soil surface sealing,sealing,built environment
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Raster data set of built-up and non built-up areas including continuous degree of soil sealing ranging from 0 - 100% in spatial resolution (20 x 20 m).Classes:0: Unsealed1-100: Degrees of Sealing / Imperviousness254: Clouds, No data255: Outside areaData source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/corine-land-cover-2006-raster-3
Description
Raster data set of built-up and non built-up areas including continuous degree of soil sealing ranging from 0 - 100% in spatial resolution (20 x 20 m).Classes:0: Unsealed1-100: Degrees of Sealing / Imperviousness254: Clouds, No data255: Outside areaData source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/corine-land-cover-2006-raster-3
SRS 3035
Extent 900000,900000,7400000,5500000
Layers Imperviousness density (%)
Map Name Imperviousness_2006
Category
LandCoverFlows19902000 (MapServer)
Title LandCoverFlows19902000
Author
Subject Land Cover Flows 2006-2012 test WMS
Keywords
Copyright Text RM
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Land Cover Flows 1990-2000 from CLC accounting layers
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Land Cover Flows 1990-2000,Level 1,Level 2,Level 3
Map Name Layers
Category
LandCoverFlows19902006 (MapServer)
Title LandCoverFlows19902006
Author
Subject Land Cover Flows 2006-2012 test WMS
Keywords
Copyright Text RM
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Land Cover Flows 1990-2006 from CLC accounting layers
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Land Cover Flows 1990-2006,Level 1,Level 2,Level 3
Map Name Layers
Category
LandCoverFlows19902012 (MapServer)
Title LandCoverFlows19902012
Author
Subject Land Cover Flows 2006-2012 test WMS
Keywords
Copyright Text RM
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Land Cover Flows 1990-2012 from CLC accounting layers
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.6236994015,2788011.0549333077,8115876.3763005985,11996911.054933308
Layers Land Cover Flows 1990-2012,Level 1,Level 2,Level 3
Map Name Layers
Category
LandCoverFlows20002006 (MapServer)
Title LandCoverFlows20002006
Author
Subject Land Cover Flows 2006-2012 test WMS
Keywords
Copyright Text RM
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Land Cover Flows 2000-2006 from CLC accounting layers
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.6236994015,2788011.0549333077,8115876.3763005985,11996911.054933308
Layers Land Cover Flows 2000-2006,Level 1,Level 2,Level 3
Map Name Layers
Category
LandCoverFlows20002012 (MapServer)
Title LandCoverFlows20002012
Author
Subject Land Cover Flows 2006-2012 test WMS
Keywords
Copyright Text RM
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Land Cover Flows 2000-2012 from CLC accounting layers
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.6236994015,2788011.0549333077,8115876.3763005985,11996911.054933308
Layers Land Cover Flows 2000-2012,Level 1,Level 2,Level 3
Map Name Layers
Category
LandCoverFlows20062012 (MapServer)
Title LandCoverFlows20062012
Author
Subject Land Cover Flows 2006-2012 test WMS
Keywords
Copyright Text RM
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Land Cover Flows 2006-2012 from CLC accounting layers
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2788011.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Land Cover Flows 2006-2012,Level 1,Level 2,Level 3
Map Name Layers
Category
Landscape Fragmentation (MapServer)
Title LandscapeFragmentation_LAEA
Author SES5 @ EEA
Subject Landscape fragmentation contributes significantly to the decline and loss of wildlife populations and to the increasing endangerment of species in Europe.
Keywords landscapes,fragmentation,dissection,isolation
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Landscape fragmentation caused by transportation infrastructure and built-up areas has a number of ecological effects. It contributes significantly to the decline and loss of wildlife populations and to the increasing endangerment of species in Europe, for example through the dissection and isolation of populations, and affects the water regime and the recreational quality of landscapes. In spite of the planning concept of preserving large unfragmented areas, fragmentation has continued to increase during the last 20 years, and many more new transportation infrastructure projects are planned, in particular in eastern Europe, which will further increase the level of landscape fragmentation significantly. Note: Seff = -2 fully fragmented urban (barrier) areas Seff = -1 (no colour) mountains and large rivers that are excluded from calculation Seff = 0 to 1 000 000 (number of meshes per 1 000 sq. km) Data source:http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/external/european-forest-landscape-pattern-fragmentation
Description
Fragmentation geometry has been created from input data (TeleAtlas roads/rails, CLC urban classes, mountain areas / mountain ridges based on Nordregio and WorldClim data and rivers/lakes based on Catchment Characterisation and Modelling (CCM) v.2 database and CLC database) and landscape fragmentation metrics (Jaeger 2000) has been calculated
SRS 3035
Extent 1547000,941000,6081000,5417000
Layers Landscape fragmentation per 1 km2 grid (Number of meshes per 1000 km2 (Seff))
Map Name Landscape Fragmentation 2009 LAEA
Category
Landscape Fragmentation (MapServer)
Title LandscapeFragmentation_WM
Author SES5 @ EEA
Subject Landscape fragmentation contributes significantly to the decline and loss of wildlife populations and to the increasing endangerment of species in Europe.
Keywords landscapes,fragmentation,dissection,isolation
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Landscape fragmentation caused by transportation infrastructure and built-up areas has a number of ecological effects. It contributes significantly to the decline and loss of wildlife populations and to the increasing endangerment of species in Europe, for example through the dissection and isolation of populations, and affects the water regime and the recreational quality of landscapes. In spite of the planning concept of preserving large unfragmented areas, fragmentation has continued to increase during the last 20 years, and many more new transportation infrastructure projects are planned, in particular in eastern Europe, which will further increase the level of landscape fragmentation significantly. Data source:http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/external/european-forest-landscape-pattern-fragmentation
Description
Fragmentation geometry has been created from input data (TeleAtlas roads/rails, CLC urban classes, mountain areas / mountain ridges based on Nordregio and WorldClim data and rivers/lakes based on Catchment Characterisation and Modelling (CCM) v.2 database and CLC database) and landscape fragmentation metrics (Jaeger 2000) has been calculated
SRS 102100
Extent -5357247.1966886595,3113303.4659642465,5876752.8033113405,11720303.465964248
Layers Landscape fragmentation per 1 km2 grid (Number of meshes per 1000 km2 (Seff))
Map Name Landscape Fragmentation 2009 WM
Category
LUCAS Land cover/use statistics 2001 to 2009 (MapServer)
Title LucasPublic20012009_WM
Author GISCO, LUCAS, Eurostat
Subject The aim of the LUCAS survey is to gather harmonised data on land use/cover and their changes over tim. The survey also provides additional territorial info.
Keywords Land Use,Land Cover,Photography
Copyright Text GISCO, LUCAS, Eurostat
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
The Land use/cover area frame survey (LUCAS) was initially developed to deliver, on a yearly basis, European crop estimates for the European Commission. With time, the survey has become essential in providing policymakers and statisticians alike with increasing amounts of data on different forms of land use in Europe and proved to be a useful tool in the area of environmental monitoringTraditionally land has been considered as a basis for comparing statistics in specific domains (e.g. agricultural statistics in different geographical areas) and rarely as an independent issue As a consequence the official statistics linked to land are often spread among different statistical fields (agriculture, environment, forestry, etc.) and not always well integrated.With the growing need for matching both dimensions (land cover and land use), Eurostat started to produce harmonized land cover/use statistics in addition to the traditional specific ones linked to a particular land cover/use type (e.g. agriculture, etc). This harmonised information on land cover and land use is collected through the LUCAS survey, which is directly implemented by Eurostat. The specific land cover/use statistics are collected in co-operation with the EU countries.The most important specific land cover/use data collection activities are linked to agriculture (Crop statistics and Farm Structure Survey), forestry and environment .ComparabilityDue to mainly methodological differences, the overall data (LUCAS) and topic specific land cover/use data are not always comparable.Eurostat's land cover and land use dataThe Eurostat land cover/use database contains statistics down to the NUTS 2 level and landscape indicators at national level.Data source: http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/lucas/data
Description
The Land use/cover area frame survey (LUCAS) was initially developed to deliver, on a yearly basis, European crop estimates for the European Commission. With time, the survey has become essential in providing policymakers and statisticians alike with increasing amounts of data on different forms of land use in Europe and proved to be a useful tool in the area of environmental monitoringTraditionally land has been considered as a basis for comparing statistics in specific domains (e.g. agricultural statistics in different geographical areas) and rarely as an independent issue As a consequence the official statistics linked to land are often spread among different statistical fields (agriculture, environment, forestry, etc.) and not always well integrated.With the growing need for matching both dimensions (land cover and land use), Eurostat started to produce harmonized land cover/use statistics in addition to the traditional specific ones linked to a particular land cover/use type (e.g. agriculture, etc). This harmonised information on land cover and land use is collected through the LUCAS survey, which is directly implemented by Eurostat. The specific land cover/use statistics are collected in co-operation with the EU countries.The most important specific land cover/use data collection activities are linked to agriculture (Crop statistics and Farm Structure Survey), forestry and environment .ComparabilityDue to mainly methodological differences, the overall data (LUCAS) and topic specific land cover/use data are not always comparable.Eurostat's land cover and land use dataThe Eurostat land cover/use database contains statistics down to the NUTS 2 level and landscape indicators at national level.Data source: http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/lucas/data
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Extent 1559255.1199705643,-2360911.258583054,6457325.190324871,5428957.7849732395
Layers Overview of Data Collection,Lucas Coverage All Scales,Lucas Coverage Scale (Scale 1:5M),Land Use/Cover Area Survey,Land Use/Cover Area Survey 2001,LUCAS 2001All Scales,LUCAS 2001 Scale (Scale 1:5M),Land Use/Cover Area Survey 2005,LUCAS 2005 All Scales,LUCAS 2005 Scale (Scale 1:5M),Land Use/Cover Area Survey 2006,LUCAS 2006 All Scales,LUCAS 2006 Scale (Scale 1:5M),Land Use/Cover Area Survey 2009,
Map Name LucasPublic20012009_WM
Category
LUZ_2012 (MapServer)
Title LUZ_2012
Author
Subject Larger Urban Zones (LUZ)
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Larger Urban Zones (LUZ)Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/urban-atlas
Description
Larger Urban Zones (LUZ)Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/urban-atlas
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Extent -61.11910235073543,-21.015121749573666,55.64625965004177,70.31111124993907
Layers European_cities_land_use_WM,LUZ_2011_WM
Map Name LUZ_2012
Category
Major and medium anthropogenic fragmentation - effective mesh density (MapServer)
Title Major_and_medium_anthropogenic_fragmentation_effective_mesh_density
Author
Subject Fragmentation indicator metric for the major and medium anthropogenic fragmentation level of the fragmentation geometry
Keywords EEA,landscape,fragmentation,meff,seff
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The indicator is based on the method of Effective Mesh Size (meff, Jaeger 2000). The effective mesh size (meff) can be interpreted as the area that is accessible when starting a movement at a randomly chosen point inside a landscape without encountering a physical barrier (hereafter a Fragmentation Geometry. The index Effective Mesh Density (seff) is a measure of landscape fragmentation, i.e. the degree to which movement between different parts of the landscape is interrupted by FGs. The seff value is calculated as 1000/meff, hence number of meshes per 1000 km2. 1km2 cell size regular grid is used as reporting units.Please note that the size of the reporting unit does not have an effect on the indicator. For a detailed methodology, please consult the indicator fact sheet.

Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6117000.000000003,2848000,7882999.999999997,11721000
Layers Effective mesh density
Map Name Major and medium anthropogenic fragmentation - effective mesh density
Category
Major and medium antropogenic fragmentation - effective mesh size (MapServer)
Title Major_and_medium_antropogenic_fragmentation_effective_mesh_size
Author
Subject Fragmentation indicator metric for the major and medium anthropogenic fragmentation level of the fragmentation geometry
Keywords EEA,landscape,fragmentation,meff,seff
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The indicator is based on the method of Effective Mesh Size (meff, Jaeger 2000). The effective mesh size (meff) can be interpreted as the area that is accessible when starting a movement at a randomly chosen point inside a landscape without encountering a physical barrier (hereafter a Fragmentation Geometry). Meffexpresses the probability that any two points chosen randomly in an area are connected; that is, not separated by Fragmentation Geometries (FGs) such as transport routes or built-up areas. Hence Meff is a measure of landscape connectivity, i.e. the degree to which movements between different parts of the landscape is possible. Meff is measured as an area (km2), within 1km2cell size regular grid as reporting units. Please note that the size of the reporting unit does not have an effect on the indicator. For a detailed methodology, please consult the indicator fact sheet.

Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6117000.000000003,2848000,7882999.999999997,11721000
Layers Effective mesh size
Map Name Major and medium antropogenic fragmentation - effective mesh size
Category
Major anthropogenic fragmentation - effective mesh density (MapServer)
Title Major_anthropogenic_fragmentation_effective_mesh_density
Author
Subject Fragmentation indicator metric for the major anthropogenic fragmentation level of the fragmentation geometry
Keywords EEA,landscape,fragmentation,meff,seff
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The indicator is based on the method of Effective Mesh Size (meff, Jaeger 2000). The effective mesh size (meff) can be interpreted as the area that is accessible when starting a movement at a randomly chosen point inside a landscape without encountering a physical barrier (hereafter a Fragmentation Geometry. The index Effective Mesh Density (seff) is a measure of landscape fragmentation, i.e. the degree to which movement between different parts of the landscape is interrupted by FGs. The seffvalue is calculated as 1000/meff, hence number of meshes per 1000 km2.1km2cell size regular grid is used as reporting units.Please note that the size of the reporting unit does not have an effect on the indicator. For a detailed methodology, please consult the indicator fact sheet.

Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6117000.000000003,2848000,7882999.999999997,11721000
Layers Effective mesh density
Map Name Major anthropogenic fragmentation - effective mesh density
Category
Major anthropogenic fragmentation - effective mesh size (MapServer)
Title Major_anthropogenic_fragmentation_effective_mesh_size
Author
Subject Fragmentation indicator metric for the major anthropogenic fragmentation level of the fragmentation geometry
Keywords EEA,landscape,fragmentation,meff,seff
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The indicator is based on the method of Effective Mesh Size (meff, Jaeger 2000). The effective mesh size (meff) can be interpreted as the area that is accessible when starting a movement at a randomly chosen point inside a landscape without encountering a physical barrier (hereafter a Fragmentation Geometry). Meffexpresses the probability that any two points chosen randomly in an area are connected; that is, not separated by Fragmentation Geometries (FGs) such as transport routes or built-up areas. Hence Meff is a measure of landscape connectivity, i.e. the degree to which movements between different parts of the landscape is possible. Meff is measured as an area (km2), within 1km2cell size regular grid as reporting units. Please note that the size of the reporting unit does not have an effect on the indicator. For a detailed methodology, please consult the indicator fact sheet.

Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6117000.000000003,2848000,7882999.999999997,11721000
Layers Effective mesh size
Map Name Major anthropogenic fragmentation - effective mesh size
Category
Mediterranean_Catchment_Areas (MapServer)
Title Mediterranean_Catchment_Areas
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text source: Plan Bleu
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Mediterranean Catchment area (source: Plan Bleu)
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -626747.6427999996,2478523.343199998,4240767.520300001,6144442.465400003
Layers Rivers in catchment area,Nuts3 in catchment area,Catchment area
Map Name Layers
Category
Net Landcsape Ecological Potential of Europe (MapServer)
Title NetLandscapeEcologicalPotential_Dyna_LAEA
Author SES5 @ EEA
Subject NLEP is a way to measure and assess ecosystem integrity at a macro scale in Europe on the basis of land cover changes.
Keywords NLEP,Landscape Ecological Potential,Ecosystem Integrity
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
'Net Landcsape Ecological Potential of Europe' is a way to measure and assess ecosystem integrity at a macro scale in Europe on the basis of land cover changes. The signal of land cover changes is enhanced by the probability of presence of areas representing high species/ habitats diversity and by the weighting of presence of areas with high density of transportation networks. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/urban-atlas#tab-additional-information, http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/corine-land-cover-2006-raster-3
Description
'Net Landcsape Ecological Potential of Europe' is a way to measure and assess ecosystem integrity at a macro scale in Europe on the basis of land cover changes. The signal of land cover changes is enhanced by the probability of presence of areas representing high species/ habitats diversity and by the weighting of presence of areas with high density of transportation networks. The Making of LNEP: • GBLI = Aggregation of CLC classes 2B, 3, 4 & 5, smoothed at 5 km. Range [0-100] • NATURILIS_COMB or COMB = Union of N2K and CDDA, smoothed at 5 km. Range [0-100] • Gross_LEP or GLEP= GBLI + (0.5 * COMB). Range [0-150] • GLEPscaled = (GLEP * 255) / max(GLEP). Range [0-255] • ln(MEFF). Range [0-255] • NLEP =1 + sqrt(GLEPscaled * lnMEFF ). Range [1-255]
SRS 3035
Extent 401600,722500,7403600,5516500
Layers Net Landscape Ecological Potential,Net Landscape Ecological Potential 2006,Net Landscape Ecological Potential 2000,Net Landscape Ecological Potential 1990,Components of NLEP,Green Background Landscape Index,Green Background Landscape Index 2006,Green Background Landscape Index 2000,Green Background Landscape Index 1990,Landscape Fragmentation MEFF,Effective Mesh Size,Naturalis COMB,Naturalis Combi
Map Name Net Landscape Ecological Potential LAEA
Category
Net Landcsape Ecological Potential of Europe (MapServer)
Title NetLandscapeEcologicalPotential_Dyna_WM
Author SES5 @ EEA
Subject NLEP is a way to measure and assess ecosystem integrity at a macro scale in Europe on the basis of land cover changes.
Keywords NLEP,Landscape Ecological Potential,Ecosystem Integrity
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
'Net Landcsape Ecological Potential of Europe' is a way to measure and assess ecosystem integrity at a macro scale in Europe on the basis of land cover changes. The signal of land cover changes is enhanced by the probability of presence of areas representing high species/ habitats diversity and by the weighting of presence of areas with high density of transportation networks. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/urban-atlas#tab-additional-information, http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/corine-land-cover-2006-raster-3
Description
'Net Landcsape Ecological Potential of Europe' is a way to measure and assess ecosystem integrity at a macro scale in Europe on the basis of land cover changes. The signal of land cover changes is enhanced by the probability of presence of areas representing high species/ habitats diversity and by the weighting of presence of areas with high density of transportation networks. The Making of LNEP: • GBLI = Aggregation of CLC classes 2B, 3, 4 & 5, smoothed at 5 km. Range [0-100] • NATURILIS_COMB or COMB = Union of N2K and CDDA, smoothed at 5 km. Range [0-100] • Gross_LEP or GLEP= GBLI + (0.5 * COMB). Range [0-150] • GLEPscaled = (GLEP * 255) / max(GLEP). Range [0-255] • ln(MEFF). Range [0-255] • NLEP =1 + sqrt(GLEPscaled * lnMEFF ). Range [1-255]
SRS 102100
Extent -6828374.084298037,2364327.388720831,8146625.915701963,12053327.388720829
Layers Net Landscape Ecological Potential,Net Landscape Ecological Potential 2006,Net Landscape Ecological Potential 2000,Net Landscape Ecological Potential 1990,Components of NLEP,Green Background Landscape Index,Green Background Landscape Index 2006,Green Background Landscape Index 2000,Green Background Landscape Index 1990,Landscape Fragmentation MEFF,Effective Mesh Size,Naturalis COMB,Naturalis Combi
Map Name Net Landscape Ecological Potential WM
Category
Nitrates Vulnerable Zones (MapServer)
Title NitratesVulnerableZones_LAEA
Author SES5 @ EEA
Subject Nitrates Vulnerable Zones - maps refer to reports for the period 2004-2007.
Keywords Nitrates,Water
Copyright Text © EEA, Copenhagen, 2010
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Nitrate Vulnerable Zones as designated under the Nitrates Directive shown with related optional information from other European datasets. Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZ) are designated by the EU Member States (MS) as a part of the implementation of the Nitrates Directive (NiD), Art. 3. NVZ are areas of land that drain into polluted waters or waters at risk of pollution if no action is taken. Some MS have adopted a whole territory approach (WTA) where their action programme applies for the whole national territory which does not necessary mean that the whole territory is at risk of pollution. The maps refer to reports for the period 2004-2007 with subsequent changes as notified by Member States in electronic format. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/nationally-designated-areas-national-cdda-9
Description
Nitrate Vulnerable Zones as designated under the Nitrates Directive shown with related optional information from other European datasets. Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZ) are designated by the EU Member States (MS) as a part of the implementation of the Nitrates Directive (NiD), Art. 3. NVZ are areas of land that drain into polluted waters or waters at risk of pollution if no action is taken. Some MS have adopted a whole territory approach (WTA) where their action programme applies for the whole national territory which does not necessary mean that the whole territory is at risk of pollution. The maps refer to reports for the period 2004-2007 with subsequent changes as notified by Member States in electronic format.
SRS 3035
Extent 946668.1524,961354.6886,6504638.7071,5307244.195599999
Layers Sensetive Areas,Nitrate Vulnerability Zones,Scale beyond 10 Million,Scale fom 10M to 1M,Scale fom 1M onwards
Map Name Nitrates Vulnerable Zones LAEA
Category
Nitrates Vulnerable Zones (MapServer)
Title NitratesVulnerableZones_WM
Author SES5 @ EEA
Subject Nitrates Vulnerable Zones - maps refer to reports for the period 2004-2007.
Keywords Nitrates,Water
Copyright Text © EEA, Copenhagen, 2010
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Nitrate Vulnerable Zones as designated under the Nitrates Directive shown with related optional information from other European datasets. Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZ) are designated by the EU Member States (MS) as a part of the implementation of the Nitrates Directive (NiD), Art. 3. NVZ are areas of land that drain into polluted waters or waters at risk of pollution if no action is taken. Some MS have adopted a whole territory approach (WTA) where their action programme applies for the whole national territory which does not necessary mean that the whole territory is at risk of pollution. The maps refer to reports for the period 2004-2007 with subsequent changes as notified by Member States in electronic format. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/nationally-designated-areas-national-cdda-9
Description
Nitrate Vulnerable Zones as designated under the Nitrates Directive shown with related optional information from other European datasets. Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZ) are designated by the EU Member States (MS) as a part of the implementation of the Nitrates Directive (NiD), Art. 3. NVZ are areas of land that drain into polluted waters or waters at risk of pollution if no action is taken. Some MS have adopted a whole territory approach (WTA) where their action programme applies for the whole national territory which does not necessary mean that the whole territory is at risk of pollution. The maps refer to reports for the period 2004-2007 with subsequent changes as notified by Member States in electronic format.
SRS 3035
Extent 946668.1524,961354.6886,6504638.7071,5307244.195599999
Layers Sensetive Areas,Nitrate Vulnerability Zones,Scale beyond 10 Million,Scale fom 10M to 1M,Scale fom 1M onwards
Map Name Nitrates Vulnerable Zones WM
Category
SoilBiodiversityPotential.mxd (MapServer)
Title SoilBiodiversityPotential
Author
Subject The dataset illustrates the potential of soils to serve as a soil biodiversity pool as an indexed value from 1 (lowest potential) to 10 (highest potential)
Keywords Soil,soil biodiversity,soil functions
Copyright Text
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
The dataset illustrates the potential of soils to serve as a soil biodiversity pool. The potential is expressed as an indexed value from 1 (lowest potential) to 10 (highest potential). The potentials of soil biodiversity throughout Europe have been assessed and mapped by using critical thresholds of the selected variables (e.g. soil PH, texture, land cover among others) that potentially affect the conditions of soils for biodiversity and thus soil biodiversity levels. The dataset has been validated with existing data on soil biodiversity of different projects throughout Europe
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2787911.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Soil biodiversity potential
Map Name Soil biodiversity potential
Category
SoilBiodiversityPotential.mxd (MapServer)
Title SoilBiodiversityPotential
Author
Subject The dataset illustrates the potential of soils to serve as a soil biodiversity pool as an indexed value from 1 (lowest potential) to 10 (highest potential)
Keywords Soil,soil biodiversity,soil functions
Copyright Text
Registered first time 22 Feb 2018
Service Description
The dataset illustrates the potential of soils to serve as a soil biodiversity pool. The potential is expressed as an indexed value from 1 (lowest potential) to 10 (highest potential). The potentials of soil biodiversity throughout Europe have been assessed and mapped by using critical thresholds of the selected variables (e.g. soil PH, texture, land cover among others) that potentially affect the conditions of soils for biodiversity and thus soil biodiversity levels. The dataset has been validated with existing data on soil biodiversity of different projects throughout Europe
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.623699402,2787911.0549333077,8115876.376300598,11996911.054933308
Layers Soil biodiversity potential
Map Name Soil biodiversity potential
Category
Urban_Atlas_2012_Dyna_Test (MapServer)
Title Urban_Atlas_2012_Dyna_Test
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text © Copyright 2012 EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/urban-atlas
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6803746.533145708,-2393681.756536,6194513.661708583,11170738.543614307
Layers Functional Urban Areas 2012,Land Use
Map Name Layers
Category
UrbanAtlas_2012_WM (MapServer)
Title UrbanAtlas_2012_WM
Author
Subject Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/urban-atlas
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6803746.533145708,-2393681.756536,6194513.661708583,11170738.543614307
Layers Functional Urban Areas 2012,Land Use
Map Name UrbanAtlas_2012_WM
Category
Urban Atlas 2011 (MapServer)
Title UrbanAtlas_Dyna_LAEA
Author SES5 @ EEA
Subject Urban area classification derived from satelite image interpretation
Keywords Urban Area,Atlas,Landuse
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
The Urban Atlas is part of the implementation of the Global Monitoring of Environment and Security (GMES) service. Compiled from thousands of satellite photographs, the Urban Atlas provides detailed and cost-effective digital mapping. The Urban Atlas will enable urban planners and the public to assess risks and opportunities, ranging from threat of flooding and impact of climate change, and to identifying new infrastructure needs. All cities in the EU will be covered by the Urban Atlas by 2011. This map will provide for the first time homogeneous and up-to-date information on urban environments, allowing for a comparison of different cities all across Europe. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/urban-atlas
Description
The Urban Atlas is part of the implementation of the Global Monitoring of Environment and Security (GMES) service. Compiled from thousands of satellite photographs, the Urban Atlas provides detailed and cost-effective digital mapping. The Urban Atlas will enable urban planners and the public to assess risks and opportunities, ranging from threat of flooding and impact of climate change, and to identifying new infrastructure needs. All cities in the EU will be covered by the Urban Atlas by 2011. This map will provide for the first time homogeneous and up-to-date information on urban environments, allowing for a comparison of different cities all across Europe.
SRS 3035
Extent -2823913.9082000004,-3076144.5284,10026113.541700002,5415981.729800001
Layers Nomenclature of Units for Territorial Statistics, Level 3,FUA_2012_for_2006_cities_LAEA,Urban Landuse,European Cities Landuse
Map Name Urban Atlas
Category Urban Landuse
Urban Atlas (MapServer)
Title UrbanAtlas_Dyna_WGS84
Author Magnusson
Subject Urban area classification derived from satelite image interpretation
Keywords DO NOT USE
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
This webservice is not maintened anymore and should not be used. It is there only to allow the migration of application iEnvirowatch
Description
The Urban Atlas is part of the implementation of the Global Monitoring of Environment and Security (GMES) service. Compiled from thousands of satellite photographs, the Urban Atlas provides detailed and cost-effective digital mapping. The Urban Atlas will enable urban planners and the public to assess risks and opportunities, ranging from threat of flooding and impact of climate change, and to identifying new infrastructure needs. All cities in the EU will be covered by the Urban Atlas by 2011. This map will provide for the first time homogeneous and up-to-date information on urban environments, allowing for a comparison of different cities all across Europe.
SRS 4326
Extent -63.15364449999993,-21.389854499999956,55.836677500000064,71.18541700000003
Layers Urban Delineation,City centre,City outline, Larger Urban Zone, Urban Audit 2004,Nomenclature of Units for Territorial Statistics, Level 3,Urban Morphological Zones 2006,Urban Delineation,City centre,City outline, Larger Urban Zone, Urban Audit 2004,Nomenclature of Units for Territorial Statistics, Level 3,Urban Landuse,Urban Outlines,European Cities Landuse,Urban Morphological Zones 2006,Urban Mor
Map Name Urban Atlas
Category Urban Landuse
Urban Atlas (MapServer)
Title UrbanAtlas_Dyna_WM
Author SES5 @ EEA
Subject Urban area classification derived from satelite image interpretation
Keywords Urban Area,Atlas,Landuse
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
The Urban Atlas is part of the implementation of the Global Monitoring of Environment and Security (GMES) service. Compiled from thousands of satellite photographs, the Urban Atlas provides detailed and cost-effective digital mapping. The Urban Atlas will enable urban planners and the public to assess risks and opportunities, ranging from threat of flooding and impact of climate change, and to identifying new infrastructure needs. All cities in the EU will be covered by the Urban Atlas by 2011. This map will provide for the first time homogeneous and up-to-date information on urban environments, allowing for a comparison of different cities all across Europe. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/urban-atlas
Description
The Urban Atlas is part of the implementation of the Global Monitoring of Environment and Security (GMES) service. Compiled from thousands of satellite photographs, the Urban Atlas provides detailed and cost-effective digital mapping. The Urban Atlas will enable urban planners and the public to assess risks and opportunities, ranging from threat of flooding and impact of climate change, and to identifying new infrastructure needs. All cities in the EU will be covered by the Urban Atlas by 2011. This map will provide for the first time homogeneous and up-to-date information on urban environments, allowing for a comparison of different cities all across Europe.
SRS 102100
Extent -7030231.547499999,-2438425.7459000014,6215710.506900001,11465970.553800002
Layers Functional Urban Areas 2012,Nomenclature of Units for Territorial Statistics, Level 3,Land Use,European Cities Landuse
Map Name Urban Atlas 2006
Category Urban Landuse
Urban Atlas 2011 (MapServer)
Title UrbanAtlas_LAEA
Author SES5 @ EEA
Subject Urban area classification derived from satelite image interpretation
Keywords Urban Area,Atlas,Landuse
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
The Urban Atlas is part of the implementation of the Global Monitoring of Environment and Security (GMES) service. Compiled from thousands of satellite photographs, the Urban Atlas provides detailed and cost-effective digital mapping. The Urban Atlas will enable urban planners and the public to assess risks and opportunities, ranging from threat of flooding and impact of climate change, and to identifying new infrastructure needs. All cities in the EU will be covered by the Urban Atlas by 2011. This map will provide for the first time homogeneous and up-to-date information on urban environments, allowing for a comparison of different cities all across Europe. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/urban-atlas
Description
The Urban Atlas is part of the implementation of the Global Monitoring of Environment and Security (GMES) service. Compiled from thousands of satellite photographs, the Urban Atlas provides detailed and cost-effective digital mapping. The Urban Atlas will enable urban planners and the public to assess risks and opportunities, ranging from threat of flooding and impact of climate change, and to identifying new infrastructure needs. All cities in the EU will be covered by the Urban Atlas by 2011. This map will provide for the first time homogeneous and up-to-date information on urban environments, allowing for a comparison of different cities all across Europe.
SRS 3035
Extent -2823913.9082000004,-3076144.5284,10026113.541700002,5415981.729800001
Layers Urban Delineation,City centre,City outline, Larger Urban Zone, Urban Audit 2004,Nomenclature of Units for Territorial Statistics, Level 3,Urban Morphological Zones 2006,Urban Delineation,City centre,City outline, Larger Urban Zone, Urban Audit 2004,Nomenclature of Units for Territorial Statistics, Level 3,Urban Landuse,Urban Outlines,European Cities Landuse,Urban Morphological Zones 2006,Urban Mor
Map Name Urban Atlas LAEA
Category Urban Landuse
Urban Atlas (MapServer)
Title UrbanAtlas_WM
Author SES5 @ EEA
Subject Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/urban-atlas
Keywords urban,atlas,EEA
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
Description
The Urban Atlas is part of the implementation of the Global Monitoring of Environment and Security (GMES) service. Compiled from thousands of satellite photographs, the Urban Atlas provides detailed and cost-effective digital mapping.The Urban Atlas will enable urban planners and the public to assess risks and opportunities, ranging from threat of flooding and impact of climate change, and to identifying new infrastructure needs. All cities in the EU will be covered by the Urban Atlas by 2011.This map will provide for the first time homogeneous and up-to-date information on urban environments, allowing for a comparison of different cities all across Europe.
SRS 102100
Extent -7030231.547499999,-2438425.7459000014,6215710.506900001,11465970.553800002
Layers Urban Delineation,City centre,City centre,City centre (under 1M),City centre (1M - 10M),City outlines,City outline,City outline (under 1M),City outline (1M - 10M),Larger Urban Zone, Urban Audit 2004, Larger Urban Zone, Urban Audit 2004, Larger Urban Zone, Urban Audit 2004 (under 1M), Larger Urban Zone, Urban Audit 2004 (1M - 10M),Nomenclature of Units for Territorial Statistics, Level 3,Nomenclatu
Map Name Urban Atlas WM
Category Urban Landuse