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The impact of agricultural extensification on HNV farmland (2006) (MapServer)
Title agri_extensification_on_HNVfarmland06
Author
Subject The map represents the impact of agricultural extensification (represented by a group of land cover changes/flows that represent agricultural extensification activities) on high nature value farmlands (reference year 2006).
Keywords agriculture,soil,natural areas,landscape,ecosystems
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

High nature value farmlands can be considered as an indicator of land use intensity. Land cover changes have an impact on such farmlands if they occur on them. These impacts can be positive or negative. Agricultural extensification should in general have a positive effect on already rather extensively used farmland, but is clearly positiveon agricultural landscapes that are used more intensively (e.g. arable land or permanent crops).

The following land cover flows are grouped into agricultural extensification:

  • Conversions arable land to grassland (rotation)

  • Conversions arable land to permanent crops

  • Extension agro-forestry systesms (e.g. dehesas, montanas)

  • Farmland abandonment towards (semi-)natural land

These data are crossed with the HNV farmland 2006 layer to map areas where those two data sets overlap. The share of areas affected is then computed per NUTS 3 by means of zonal statistics.

More information on HNV farmland: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/high-nature-value-farmland (+ include link to registration document of HNV farmlands)

Description

High nature value farmlands can be considered as an indicator of land use intensity. Land cover changes have an impact on such farmlands if they occur on them. These impacts can be positive or negative. Agricultural extensification should in general have a positive effect on already rather extensively used farmland, but is clearly positiveon agricultural landscapes that are used more intensively (e.g. arable land or permanent crops).

The following land cover flows are grouped into agricultural extensification:

  • Conversions arable land to grassland (rotation)

  • Conversions arable land to permanent crops

  • Extension agro-forestry systesms (e.g. dehesas, montanas)

  • Farmland abandonment towards (semi-)natural land

These data are crossed with the HNV farmland 2006 layer to map areas where those two data sets overlap. The share of areas affected is then computed per NUTS 3 by means of zonal statistics.

More information on HNV farmland: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/high-nature-value-farmland (+ include link to registration document of HNV farmlands)

SRS 102100
Extent -2730894.479200002,4104705.9020000026,4989400.357799999,11465936.382200005
Layers HNV farmland impacted by agricultural extensification [%] of NUTS 3 region area
Map Name Agricultural extensification on HNV farmland
Category
The impact of agricultural intensification on HNV farmland (2006) (MapServer)
Title agri_intensification_on_HNVfarmland06
Author
Subject The map represents the impact of agricultural intensification (represented by a group of land cover changes/flows that represent agricultural intensification activities) on high nature value farmlands (reference year 2006).
Keywords agriculture,soil,natural areas,landscape,ecosystems
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

High nature value farmlands can be considered as an indicator of land use intensity. Land cover changes have an impact on such farmlands if they occur on them. These impacts can be positive or negative. Agricultural intensification does in general have a negative effect on already rather intensively used farmland, but is clearly negative on agricultural landscapes that are currently under rather extensive or mixed agricultural use.

The following land cover flows are grouped into agricultural extensification:

  • Conversions arable land to permanent and other irrigation perimeters

  • Conversions permanent crops (vineyards, orchards, olive groves) to irrigated and non-irrigated arable land

  • Conversions pasture to arable land and permanent crops

These data are crossed with the HNV farmland 2006 layer to map areas where those two data sets overlap. The share of areas affected is then computed per NUTS 3 by means of zonal statistics.

More information on HNV farmland: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/high-nature-value-farmland (+ include link to registration document of HNV farmlands)

Description

High nature value farmlands can be considered as an indicator of land use intensity. Land cover changes have an impact on such farmlands if they occur on them. These impacts can be positive or negative. Agricultural intensification does in general have a negative effect on already rather intensively used farmland, but is clearly negative on agricultural landscapes that are currently under rather extensive or mixed agricultural use.

The following land cover flows are grouped into agricultural extensification:

  • Conversions arable land to permanent and other irrigation perimeters

  • Conversions permanent crops (vineyards, orchards, olive groves) to irrigated and non-irrigated arable land

  • Conversions pasture to arable land and permanent crops

These data are crossed with the HNV farmland 2006 layer to map areas where those two data sets overlap. The share of areas affected is then computed per NUTS 3 by means of zonal statistics.

More information on HNV farmland: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/high-nature-value-farmland (+ include link to registration document of HNV farmlands)

SRS 102100
Extent -2730894.479200002,4104705.9020000026,4989400.357799999,11465936.382200005
Layers HNV farmland impacted by agricultural intensification [%] of NUTS 3 region area
Map Name agriculture intensification on HNVfarmland
Category
Cropland intensification by management practices in 2010, Nov. 2016 (MapServer)
Title Cropland_intensification_2010
Author
Subject The map describes different aspects of intensification of agroecosystems regarding the high current pressure on cropland by management practices in 2010. The map shows percentage of cropland highly pressured in relation to the total cropland area by NUTS3 area (NUTS2 for Germany) as state indicator.
Keywords Cropland,Pressure,Intensification
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The map describes different aspects of intensification of agroecosystems regarding the high current pressure on cropland by management practices in 2010. The map shows percentage of cropland highly pressured in relation to the total cropland area by NUTS3 area (NUTS2 for Germany) as state indicator.

The state of pressure were calculated by administrative unit. Briefly, the data derives from the condition/pressures assessments done for agroecosystems under ETC/SIA actions for MAES (*). This was used to localise the pressures on agroecosystems coming from management practices at the European level. The nitrogen application data was selected as proxy for measuring the intensification pressure on agro-ecosystem from the Farm Structure Survey (FSS). Those were disaggregated using the Land Use/Cover area Frame Statistical Survey (LUCAS) observation on crop types (Jacques and Gallego, 2005). Multinominal regression, including factors as topographic conditions, soil and climate conditions, population density and accessibility, was used to predict the intensity classes (Temme and Verburg, 2011).

The dataset developed identifies the percentage of cropland areas highly pressured (classes 4 and 5) in 2010 in relation to the total of cropland area by NUTS.

* https://www.eea.europa.eu/publications/mapping-europes-ecosystems

* https://projects.eionet.europa.eu/eea-ecosystem-assessments/library/working-documents-and-maps-ecosystem-pressures/deliverables/final_reports_ecosystempressures/final_reports_ecosystempressures/3.finalreport_task18413_ecosystempressur

Description
SRS 102100
Extent -3480377.3856000006,3203413.7032999992,3516167.2140999995,11098814.016599998
Layers Percentage of croplands per administrative unit under high pressure from management practices.
Map Name Cropland intensification by management practices in 2010, Nov. 2016
Category
Cropland intensification by CORINE Land Cover changes 2006-2012, Nov. 2016 (MapServer)
Title Cropland_intensification_LCF_2006_2012
Author
Subject The map describes different aspects of intensification of agroecosystems related to the management practices. The dataset represents a pressure trend indicator that is the share of cropland area affected by internal Land Cover flows between CORINE 2006 and 2012, presented at NUTS3 level. Those changes were used to identify the internal flows related to more intense use, mainly linked to the increa
Keywords Land cover,Land use,cropland
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The map describes different aspects of intensification of agroecosystems related to the management practices. The dataset represents a pressure trend indicator that is the share of cropland area affected by internal Land Cover flows between CORINE 2006 and 2012, presented at NUTS3 level.

The LCF were used to identify the internal flows related to more intense use, mainly linked to the increase in resource and machinery use. The internal flows related to intensification were defined based on an expert consultation done in the context of the ETC/ULS actions. The next LCF were selected:

- lcf421: Conversion from arable land to permanent irrigation perimeters: Extension of permanent irrigation (incl. rice fields) over arable land

- lcf441: Conversion from permanent crops to permanent irrigation perimeters: Conversion from permanent crops (incl. when associated with arable land - CLC 241) to permanent (large) irrigation perimeters and rice fields

- lcf451: Conversion from arable land to vineyards and orchards: Plantation of vineyards, orchards on arable land.

- lcf452: Conversion from arable land to olive groves: Plantation of olive groves on arable land.

- lcf453: Diffuse conversion from arable land to permanent crops: Conversion from uniform arable land to associations of permanent crops and annual crops (CLC241).

- lcf463: Diffuse conversion

Description
SRS 102100
Extent -3480828.5078,3203413.7032000013,4989400.357900001,11465936.382299997
Layers Percentage of croplands per administrative unit under intensification from management practices.
Map Name Cropland intensification by CORINE Land Cover changes 2006-2012, Nov. 2016
Category
Cropland intensification trend by nutrient inputs 2005-2010, Nov. 2016 (MapServer)
Title Cropland_intensification_Nutrient_2005_2010
Author
Subject The map describes different aspects of intensification of agroecosystems related to the management practices. The dataset represents a pressure trend indicator as measurement of intensification of agroecosystems. Nutrient input is a specific indicator related to the intensification processes in the management of cropland ecosystems. The average change rate of nutrient input between 2005 and 2010 i
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The map describes different aspects of intensification of agroecosystems related to the management practices. The dataset represents a pressure trend indicator as measurement of intensification of agroecosystems. Nutrient input is a specific indicator related to the intensification processes in the management of cropland ecosystems. The average change rate of nutrient input between 2005 and 2010 is used to show these tendencies in the NUTS regions regions (NUTS3 and NUTS2 for Germany). The data comes from the EEA draft nutrient accounts, developed by EEA and ETC-ULS, and is based on spatial reference data on crop and livestock distribution, yield and livestock statistics, and official conversion factors.

Description
SRS 102100
Extent -3480377.3856000006,3203413.7032999992,3850226.5419999994,11461713.886
Layers Percentage of croplands per administrative units with increased nutrient inputs, 2005-2010
Map Name Intensification indicator by nutrient input on croplands 2005-2010, Nov. 2016
Category
Grassland intensification by management practices in 2010, Nov. 2016 (MapServer)
Title Grassland_intensification_2010
Author
Subject The map describes different aspects of intensification of agroecosystems regarding the high current pressure on grassland by management practices in 2010. The map shows percentage of grassland highly pressured in relation to the total grassland area by NUTS3 area (NUTS2 for Germany) as state indicator.
Keywords Grassland,Pressure,Intensification
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen,2017
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The map describes different aspects of intensification of agroecosystems regarding the high current pressure on grassland by management practices in 2010. The map shows percentage of grassland highly pressured in relation to the total grassland area by NUTS3 area (NUTS2 for Germany) as state indicator.

The state of pressure were calculated by administrative unit. Briefly, the data derives from the condition/pressures assessments done for agroecosystems under ETC/SIA actions for MAES (*). This was used to localise the pressures on agroecosystems coming from management practices at the European level. The nitrogen application data was selected as proxy for measuring the intensification pressure on agro-ecosystem from the Farm Structure Survey (FSS). Those were disaggregated using the Land Use/Cover area Frame Statistical Survey (LUCAS) observation on crop types (Jacques and Gallego, 2005). Multinominal regression, including factors as topographic conditions, soil and climate conditions, population density and accessibility, was used to predict the intensity classes (Temme and Verburg, 2011).

The dataset developed identifies the percentage of grassland areas highly pressured (classes 4 and 5) in 2010 in relation to the total of grassland area by NUTS.

* https://www.eea.europa.eu/publications/mapping-europes-ecosystems

* https://projects.eionet.europa.eu/eea-ecosystem-assessments/library/working-documents-and-maps-ecosystem-pressures/deliverables/final_reports_ecosystempressures/final_reports_ecosystempressures/3.finalreport_task18413_ecosystempressure_agroecosystems

Description
SRS 102100
Extent -3480377.3856000006,3203413.7032999992,3516167.2140999995,11098814.016599998
Layers Percentage of grasslands per administrative unit under high pressure from management practices.
Map Name Grassland intensification by management practices in 2010, Nov. 2016
Category
Grassland intensification by CORINE Land Cover changes 2006-2012, Nov. 2016 (MapServer)
Title Grassland_intensification_LCF_2006_2012
Author
Subject The map describes different aspects of intensification of agroecosystems related to the management practices. The dataset represents a pressure trend indicator that is the share of grassland area affected by internal Land Cover flows between CORINE 2006 and 2012, presented at NUTS3 level. Those changes were used to identify the internal flows related to more intense use, mainly linked to the incre
Keywords Land Cover,Land USe,CAP,grassland
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The map describes different aspects of intensification of agroecosystems related to the management practices. The dataset represents a pressure trend indicator that is the share of grassland area affected by internal Land Cover flows between CORINE 2006 and 2012, presented at NUTS3 level.

The LCF were used to identify the internal flows related to more intense use, mainly linked to the increase in resource and machinery use. The internal flows related to intensification were defined based on an expert consultation done in the context of the ETC/ULS actions. The next LCF were selected:

- LCF522: Diffuse conversion from semi-natural land to agriculture: Conversion from dry semi-natural land (except CLC324, grouped with forests) to pasture and mixed agriculture with pasture.

- LCF463: Diffuse conversion from pasture to arable and permanent crops: Conversion from complex cultivation patterns including pasture (CLC242) to uniform arable land and permanent crops as well as to associations of the last two (CLC241) and conversion of uniform pasture (CLC231) to complex cultivation patterns.

An intensification raster was created using the CLC change layer and a lookup table for the related land cover changes. On the other side, a grassland layer was created as reference area for the calculation of the share of changes on the respective land cover type. The shares are calculated after summarizing at NUTS3 level, leading to the percentage of LCF change per specific land cover type.

Description
SRS 102100
Extent -3480828.5078,3203413.7032000013,4989400.357900001,11465936.382299997
Layers Percentage of grasslands per administrative unit under intensification from management practices
Map Name Intensification indicator by changes of LC-LU on grasslands 2006-2012, Nov. 2016
Category
Grassland intensification trend by nutrient inputs 2005-2010, Nov. 2016 (MapServer)
Title Grassland_intensification_Nutrient_2005_2010
Author
Subject The map describes different aspects of intensification of agroecosystems related to the management practices. The dataset represents a pressure trend indicator as measurement of intensification of agroecosystems. Nutrient input is a specific indicator related to the intensification processes in the management of grassland ecosystems. The average change rate of nutrient input between 2005 and 2010
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The map describes different aspects of intensification of agroecosystems related to the management practices. The dataset represents a pressure trend indicator as measurement of intensification of agroecosystems. Nutrient input is a specific indicator related to the intensification processes in the management of grassland ecosystems. The average change rate of nutrient input between 2005 and 2010 is used to show these tendencies in the NUTS regions (NUTS3 and NUTS2 for Germany). The data comes from the EEA draft nutrient accounts, developed by EEA and ETC/ULS, and is based on spatial reference data on crop and livestock distribution, yield and livestock statistics, and official conversion factors. Yearly change rates and the average change rates are calculated. The average change rate (i.e. Sum of all yearly change rates divided by number of change rates) is used as trend indicator.

*http://forum.eionet.europa.eu/etc-urban-land-and-soil-systems/library/action-plan-2015/1.8.2.2-assessment-critical-loads-nitrogen-phosphorus-and-cadmium-and-their/naccounts_uma

Description
SRS 102100
Extent -3480377.3856000006,3203413.7032999992,3850226.5419999994,11098814.0167
Layers Percentage of grasslands per administrative units with increased nutrient inputs, 2005-2010
Map Name Grassland intensification trend by nutrient inputs 2005-2010, Nov. 2016
Category
Greening_CAP (MapServer)
Title Greening_CAP
Author
Subject CAP_greening
Keywords CAP greening
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
This WMS shows the the results of a spatial analysis of the extent to which areas where CAP greening measures are allocated coincide with the areas where major pressures on agro-ecosystems have been happening during the period 2005-2012.\n\nClarification of terminology:\nCAP: Common Agricultural Policy.\nEFA: Ecological Focus Area.\nForest Exemption Rule: farmers are exempt from greening measures in NUTS3 regions with high shares of forest area.\n<15ha EFA per holding or no CAP: NUTS3 regions where the average Utilised Agricultural Area (excl. Permanent Grassland) is <15 ha in which it is assumed that most farms do not have to comply with the EFA measure.
Description
This WMS shows the the results of a spatial analysis of the extent to which areas where CAP greening measures are allocated coincide with the areas where major pressures on agro-ecosystems have been happening during the period 2005-2012.\n\nClarification of terminology:\nCAP: Common Agricultural Policy.\nEFA: Ecological Focus Area.\nForest Exemption Rule: farmers are exempt from greening measures in NUTS3 regions with high shares of forest area.\n<15ha EFA per holding or no CAP: NUTS3 regions where the average Utilised Agricultural Area (excl. Permanent Grassland) is <15 ha in which it is assumed that most farms do not have to comply with the EFA measure.
SRS 102100
Extent -7022956.4846,-2438121.7815000005,6215704.996599998,11461713.886
Layers Greening Common Agricultural Policy,EFA per NUTS3 region as a percentage of the total Non Organic Utilised Agricultural Area,forest exemption rule,EFA per NUTS3 region as a percentage of the total Non Organic Utilised Agricultural Area (incl areas with forest exemption rule),EFA (km2) per NUTS3 region,forest exemption rule,EFA (km2) per NUTS3 region (incl areas with forest exemption rule),Complian
Map Name Greening_CAP
Category
State and trends of intensification in European grasslands and croplands (MapServer)
Title Intensification_trend_state
Author
Subject The map describesdifferent aspects of intensification of agroecosystems, including high current pressure on cropland and grassland as well as land cover change related intensification and trends in nutrient input.
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description
The map describesdifferent aspects of intensification of agroecosystems. The percentage of high current pressure on cropland and grassland on NUTS3 territory is used as state indicators. The trend indicators include, on the one hand, the share of cropland and grassland area, respectively, affected by internal Land Cover Cover flows between 2006 and 2012. On the other hand, the average change rate of nutrient input on cropland and grassland, respectively, is used as trend indicators.
Description
The map describesdifferent aspects of intensification of agroecosystems. The percentage of high current pressure on cropland and grassland on NUTS3 territory is used as state indicators. The trend indicators include, on the one hand, the share of cropland and grassland area, respectively, affected by internal Land Cover Cover flows between 2006 and 2012. On the other hand, the average change rate of nutrient input on cropland and grassland, respectively, is used as trend indicators.
SRS 102100
Extent -7022956.4846,-2438121.7815000005,6215704.996599998,11465936.382299997
Layers Increase in nutrient input,Intensification from increase in nutrient inputs to croplands (Average change rate in % for 2005-2010),Intensification from increase in nutrient inputs to grasslands (Average change rate in % for 2005-2010),LCF related intensification,Intensification from LCF 2006-2012 (% of cropland affected by intensification),Intensification from LCF 2006-2012 (% of grassland affected
Map Name State and trend indicators for agricultural intensification
Category
EcoAssessment_NitrogenInputAgroecosystems_WGS84.mxd (MapServer)
Title Nitrogen_Input_to_agroecosystems
Author
Subject The map shows the total N input to agricultural soils for the year 2010, in knN/ha/yr at 1km resolution.
Keywords Land cover,EU27,agrosystem,Agro-ecosystems,Human health and safety,Livestock,nutrient balance,Nutrient enrichment,geospatial data,Nutrient load,Soil,Pressures on the environment,deposition,land cover
Copyright Text
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The total nitrogen input to agricultural soils for the year 2010 is represented in kgN/ha/yr at a 1km resolution.

Nitrogen input includes organic manure application, inorganic fertilizer input, atmospheric deposition and biological fixation. The data comes from the EEA nutrient accounts, developed by EEA and ETC-ULS, and is based on spatial reference data on crop and livestock distribution, yield and livestock statistics, and official conversion factors

Description
SRS 102100
Extent -3325622.0784338615,4039874.008686928,5448377.921566138,11370874.008686928
Layers Total nitrogen input 2010 (kg/ha/yr)
Map Name Total Nitrogen input to agroecosystems (2010)
Category
EcoAssessment_NitrogenTrendAgroecosystems_WGS84.mxd (MapServer)
Title Nitrogen_Input_to_agroecosystems_trend
Author
Subject The map shows the increase/decrease of N input (kg/ha/yr) to agricultural soils comparing the year 2000 with the trend value 2000-2005.
Keywords Land cover,EU27,agrosystem,Agro-ecosystems,Human health and safety,Livestock,nutrient balance,Nutrient enrichment,geospatial data,Nutrient load,Soil,Pressures on the environment,deposition,land cover
Copyright Text
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The map shows the increase/decrease of nitrogen input (kg/ha/yr) to agricultural soils comparing the year 2000 with the trend value 2000-2005 at 1 km resolution. Increase takes place where the trend value is higher than the reference value in 2000. Decrease is mapped when the trend value is lower than the value in 2000.

Nitrogen input includes organic manure application, inorganic fertilizer input, atmospheric deposition and biological fixation. The data comes from the EEA nutrient accounts, developed by EEA and ETC-ULS, and is based on spatial reference data on crop and livestock distribution, yield and livestock statistics, and official conversion factors.

Description
SRS 102100
Extent -3325622.0784338615,4039874.008686928,5448377.921566138,11370874.008686928
Layers Average N input 2000-2005 compared to 2000 (Difference in kg/ha/yr)
Map Name Average N input to agroecosystems 2000-2005 compared to 2000
Category
The impact of urban expansion on HNV farmland (2006) (MapServer)
Title urban_expansion_on_HNVfarmland06
Author
Subject The map represents the impact of urban expansion (represented by a group of land cover changes/flows that represent urban expansion activities) on high nature value farmlands (reference year 2006).
Keywords agriculture,soil,natural areas,landscape,ecosystems,urban
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

High nature value farmlands can be considered as an indicator of land use intensity. Land cover changes have an impact on such farmlands if they occur on them. These impacts can be positive or negative. Urban expansion does alwayshave a clear negativeeffect on almost all kinds of land covers and land uses as it interrupts most of the natural cycles that existed before the landscape being sealed (which is most often the case when urban expansion takes place).

The following land cover flows are grouped into agricultural extensification:

  • Urban residential development

  • Development of economic sites and infrastructures

These data are crossed with the HNV farmland 2006 layer to map areas where those two data sets overlap. The share of areas affected is then computed per NUTS 3 by means of zonal statistics.

More information on HNV farmland: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/high-nature-value-farmland (+ include link to registration document of HNV farmlands)

Description

High nature value farmlands can be considered as an indicator of land use intensity. Land cover changes have an impact on such farmlands if they occur on them. These impacts can be positive or negative. Urban expansion does alwayshave a clear negativeeffect on almost all kinds of land covers and land uses as it interrupts most of the natural cycles that existed before the landscape being sealed (which is most often the case when urban expansion takes place).

The following land cover flows are grouped into agricultural extensification:

  • Urban residential development

  • Development of economic sites and infrastructures

These data are crossed with the HNV farmland 2006 layer to map areas where those two data sets overlap. The share of areas affected is then computed per NUTS 3 by means of zonal statistics.

More information on HNV farmland: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/high-nature-value-farmland (+ include link to registration document of HNV farmlands)

SRS 102100
Extent -2730894.479200002,4104705.9020000026,4989400.357799999,11465936.382200005
Layers HNV farmland impacted by urban expansion [%] of NUTS 3 region area
Map Name urban expansion on HNVfarmland
Category
WMS_HNV2012_100m_v2.mxd (MapServer)
Title WMS_HNV2012_100m
Author
Subject Estimation of HNV farmland based on CLC 2012 and additional data (special areas, national biodiversity data).
Keywords ETC-ULS,agriculture,high nature value farmland,CORINE Land Cover,biodiversity
Copyright Text Michael Weiss, Gebhard Banko (Environment Agency Austria)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The concept of HNV farmland ties together biodiversity to the continuation of farming on certain types of land and the maintenance of specific farming systems. The general goal of the data set is to enhance the European map of HNV farmland 2012 that shows the estimated distribution and presence likelihood of HNV farmland across the whole European territory. (Attribute field value: 1= HNV, 0 = not HNV)

Description

The concept of HNV farmland ties together biodiversity to the continuation of farming on certain types of land and the maintenance of specific farming systems. The general goal of the data set is to enhance the European map of HNV farmland 2012 that shows the estimated distribution and presence likelihood of HNV farmland across the whole European territory. (Attribute field value: 1= HNV, 0 = not HNV)

SRS 102100
Extent -6290123.6236994015,2788074.749595477,8115874.019717655,11996911.054933308
Layers HNV farmland 2012 (100m) - Likelihood of HNV 2012 farmland presence
Map Name WMS_HNV2012_100m
Category
WMS_HNV2012_1km_v2.mxd (MapServer)
Title WMS_HNV2012_1km
Author
Subject Percentage of estimated HNV farmland per km² based on CLC 2012 and additional data (special areas, national biodiversity data).
Keywords ETC-ULS,agriculture,high nature value farmland,CORINE Land Cover,biodiversity
Copyright Text Michael Weiss, Gebhard Banko (Environment Agency Austria)
Registered first time 24 Oct 2018
Service Description

The concept of HNV farmland ties together biodiversity to the continuation of farming on certain types of land and the maintenance of specific farming systems. The general goal of the data set is to enhance the European map of HNV farmland 2012 that shows the estimated distribution and presence likelihood of HNV farmland across the whole European territory. (Attribute field value: 0-100= percentage of HNVper km²)

Description

The concept of HNV farmland ties together biodiversity to the continuation of farming on certain types of land and the maintenance of specific farming systems. The general goal of the data set is to enhance the European map of HNV farmland 2012 that shows the estimated distribution and presence likelihood of HNV farmland across the whole European territory. (Attribute field value: 0-100= percentage of HNVper km²)

SRS 102100
Extent -6152620.839033366,2824689.038187272,7917992.899705437,11799087.752105288
Layers HNV 2012 (1km) - Percentage of estimated HNV farmland per km²
Map Name WMS_HNV2012_1km
Category