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Fragmentation_2009_mesh_density (ImageServer)
Title Fragmentation_2009_mesh_density
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
This dataset is the new version of the Effective Mesh Density (seff) 2016 dataset with improved input data, for the year 2009. This new dataset uses the Copernicus Imperviousness and the TomTom TeleAtlas datasets as fragmenting geometries. The Effective Mesh Density (seff) is a measure of the degree to which movement between different parts of the landscape is interrupted by a Fragmentation Geometry (FG). FGs are defined as the presence of impervious surfaces and traffic infrastructure, including medium sized roads. The more FGs fragment the landscape, the higher the effective mesh density hence the higher the fragmentation. The geographic coverage of the dataset is EEA39.
Description
This dataset is the new version of the Effective Mesh Density (seff) 2016 dataset with improved input data, for the year 2009. This new dataset uses the Copernicus Imperviousness and the TomTom TeleAtlas datasets as fragmenting geometries. The Effective Mesh Density (seff) is a measure of the degree to which movement between different parts of the landscape is interrupted by a Fragmentation Geometry (FG). FGs are defined as the presence of impervious surfaces and traffic infrastructure, including medium sized roads. The more FGs fragment the landscape, the higher the effective mesh density hence the higher the fragmentation. The geographic coverage of the dataset is EEA39.
SRS 102100
Extent -6152620.839033367,2850387.7481494807,8014379.160966633,11799087.748149479
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Map Name Fragmentation/Fragmentation_2009_mesh_density
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Fragmentation_2012_mesh_density (ImageServer)
Title Fragmentation_2012_mesh_density
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
This dataset is the new version of the Effective Mesh Density (seff) 2016 dataset with improved input data, for the year 2012. This new dataset uses the Copernicus Imperviousness and the TomTom TeleAtlas datasets as fragmenting geometries. The Effective Mesh Density (seff) is a measure of the degree to which movement between different parts of the landscape is interrupted by a Fragmentation Geometry (FG). FGs are defined as the presence of impervious surfaces and traffic infrastructure, including medium sized roads. The more FGs fragment the landscape, the higher the effective mesh density hence the higher the fragmentation. The geographic coverage of the dataset is EEA39.
Description
This dataset is the new version of the Effective Mesh Density (seff) 2016 dataset with improved input data, for the year 2012. This new dataset uses the Copernicus Imperviousness and the TomTom TeleAtlas datasets as fragmenting geometries. The Effective Mesh Density (seff) is a measure of the degree to which movement between different parts of the landscape is interrupted by a Fragmentation Geometry (FG). FGs are defined as the presence of impervious surfaces and traffic infrastructure, including medium sized roads. The more FGs fragment the landscape, the higher the effective mesh density hence the higher the fragmentation. The geographic coverage of the dataset is EEA39.
SRS 102100
Extent -6152620.839033369,2850387.748349078,8014279.160966631,11799087.748349078
Layers
Map Name Fragmentation/Fragmentation_2012_mesh_density
Category
Fragmentation_2015_mesh_density (ImageServer)
Title Fragmentation_2015_mesh_density
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
This dataset is the new version of the Effective Mesh Density (seff) 2016 dataset with improved input data, for the year 2015. This new dataset uses the Copernicus Imperviousness and the TomTom TeleAtlas datasets as fragmenting geometries. The Effective Mesh Density (seff) is a measure of the degree to which movement between different parts of the landscape is interrupted by a Fragmentation Geometry (FG). FGs are defined as the presence of impervious surfaces and traffic infrastructure, including medium sized roads. The more FGs fragment the landscape, the higher the effective mesh density hence the higher the fragmentation. The geographic coverage of the dataset is EEA39.
Description
This dataset is the new version of the Effective Mesh Density (seff) 2016 dataset with improved input data, for the year 2015. This new dataset uses the Copernicus Imperviousness and the TomTom TeleAtlas datasets as fragmenting geometries. The Effective Mesh Density (seff) is a measure of the degree to which movement between different parts of the landscape is interrupted by a Fragmentation Geometry (FG). FGs are defined as the presence of impervious surfaces and traffic infrastructure, including medium sized roads. The more FGs fragment the landscape, the higher the effective mesh density hence the higher the fragmentation. The geographic coverage of the dataset is EEA39.
SRS 102100
Extent -6152620.839033369,2850387.748349078,8014279.160966631,11799087.748349078
Layers
Map Name Fragmentation/Fragmentation_2015_mesh_density
Category
Fragmentation_change_2009_2012 (ImageServer)
Title Fragmentation_change_2009_2012
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
Fragmentation/Fragmentation_change_2009_2012
Description
SRS 3035
Extent 943000,941000,7393000,5441000
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Map Name Fragmentation/Fragmentation_change_2009_2012
Category
Fragmentation_change_2012_2015 (ImageServer)
Title Fragmentation_change_2012_2015
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
Fragmentation/Fragmentation_change_2012_2015
Description
SRS 3035
Extent 943000,941000,7393000,5441000
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Map Name Fragmentation/Fragmentation_change_2012_2015
Category