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1 Spatial analysis tools for biodiversity indicators on habitats and ecosystems Expert meeting on multi-scales mapping and integrated analysis of landscape & green corridors Ferran Páramo European Topic Centre on Terrestrial Environment May 2005

2 Structure of the presentation Data sources Corilis Methodology GPB: Green Potential Background DLT: Dominant Landscape Types

3 DATA SOURCES

4 CORINE Land Cover

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7 European Reference Grid 1x1 Km

8 K1000 E3666 N2073 Total surface: 100 Ha

9 CORILIS METHODOLOGY

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21 Thresholds

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23 CLC CORILIS EBGDLT CRITERIA DEPENDENT LAYERS Aggregation and/or Dominance STANDARD LAYERS

24 Green potential background map

25 Continuous urban fabric Discontinuous urban fabric Industrial or commercial units Road and rail networks and associated land Sport & leisure areas Airports Mineral extraction sites Dump sites Construction sites Green urban areas Port and leisure facilities Non-irrigated arable land Permanently irrigated land Rice fields Vineyards Fruit trees and berry plantations Olive groves Pastures Annual crops associated with permanent crops Complex cultivation patterns Land principally occupied by agriculture, with significant areas of natural vegetation Agro-forestry areas Broad-leaved forest Coniferous forest Mixed forest Natural grasslands Moors and heathland Sclerophyllous vegetation Transitional woodland-shrub Beaches, dunes, sands Bare rocks Sparsely vegetated areas Burnt areas Glaciers and perpetual snow Inland marshes Peat bogs Salt marshes Salines Intertidal flats Water courses Water bodies Coastal lagoons Estuaries Sea and Ocean No data 1. Artificial surfaces 2a. Arable land & permanent crops 2b. Pastures & mixed farmland 3a. Forests and transitional woodland shrub 4. Wetlands CLC Level 3 Aggregated Nomenclature 3b. Natural grassland, moors, heathland and sclerophylous vegetation 3c. Open spaces with little or no vegetation 5. Water bodies

26 Ecological Background Smoothing radius: 5 km Grouping of 2B, 3A, 3B, 3C, 4 and 5 classes

27 Ecological Background Smoothing radius: 10 km Grouping of 2B, 3A, 3B, 3C, 4 and 5 classes

28 Ecological Background Smoothing radius: 20 km Grouping of 2B, 3A, 3B, 3C, 4 and 5 classes

29 Legend % % Ecological Background Smoothing radius: 5 km Grouping of 2B, 3A, 3B, 3C, 4 and 5 classes

30 Legend % % Ecological Background Smoothing radius: 10 km Grouping of 2B, 3A, 3B, 3C, 4 and 5 classes

31 Legend % % Ecological Background Smoothing radius: 20 km Grouping of 2B, 3A, 3B, 3C, 4 and 5 classes

32 Dominant Landscape Types map

33 Continuous urban fabric Discontinuous urban fabric Industrial or commercial units Road and rail networks and associated land Sport & leisure areas Airports Mineral extraction sites Dump sites Construction sites Green urban areas Port and leisure facilities Non-irrigated arable land Permanently irrigated land Rice fields Vineyards Fruit trees and berry plantations Olive groves Pastures Annual crops associated with permanent crops Complex cultivation patterns Land principally occupied by agriculture, with significant areas of natural vegetation Agro-forestry areas Broad-leaved forest Coniferous forest Mixed forest Natural grasslands Moors and heathland Sclerophyllous vegetation Transitional woodland-shrub Beaches, dunes, sands Bare rocks Sparsely vegetated areas Burnt areas Glaciers and perpetual snow Inland marshes Peat bogs Salt marshes Salines Intertidal flats Water courses Water bodies Coastal lagoons Estuaries Sea and Ocean No data 1. Artificial surfaces 2. Arable land & permanent crops 3. Pastures & mixed farmland 4. Forests and transitional woodland shrub CLC Level 3 Aggregated Nomenclature 5. Shrubs & other semi-natural land

34 a) Threshold value = mean + sdev b) Codominance criteria

35 A1 - ARTIFICIAL DOMINANCE A2 - DISPERSED URBAN AREAS B1 - BROAD PATTERN INTENSIVE AGRICULTURE B2 - RURAL MOSAIC AND PASTURE LANDSCAPE C1 - FORESTED LANDSCAPE C2 - OPEN SEMI-NATURAL OR NATURAL LANDSCAPE D1 - COMPOSITE LANDSCAPE Dominant Land Cover Types Smoothing radius: 5 km

36 A1 - ARTIFICIAL DOMINANCE A2 - DISPERSED URBAN AREAS B1 - BROAD PATTERN INTENSIVE AGRICULTURE B2 - RURAL MOSAIC AND PASTURE LANDSCAPE C1 - FORESTED LANDSCAPE C2 - OPEN SEMI-NATURAL OR NATURAL LANDSCAPE D1 - COMPOSITE LANDSCAPE Dominant Land Cover Types Smoothing radius: 10 km

37 A1 - ARTIFICIAL DOMINANCE A2 - DISPERSED URBAN AREAS B1 - BROAD PATTERN INTENSIVE AGRICULTURE B2 - RURAL MOSAIC AND PASTURE LANDSCAPE C1 - FORESTED LANDSCAPE C2 - OPEN SEMI-NATURAL OR NATURAL LANDSCAPE D1 - COMPOSITE LANDSCAPE Dominant Land Cover Types Smoothing radius: 20 km

38 Legend A1 - ARTIFICIAL DOMINANCE A2 - DISPERSED URBAN AREAS B1 - BROAD PATTERN INTENSIVE AGRICULTURE B2 - RURAL MOSAIC AND PASTURE LANDSCAPE C1 - FORESTED LANDSCAPE C2 - OPEN SEMI-NATURAL OR NATURAL LANDSCAPE D1 - COMPOSITE LANDSCAPE Dominant Land Cover Types Smoothing radius: 5 km

39 Legend A1 - ARTIFICIAL DOMINANCE A2 - DISPERSED URBAN AREAS B1 - BROAD PATTERN INTENSIVE AGRICULTURE B2 - RURAL MOSAIC AND PASTURE LANDSCAPE C1 - FORESTED LANDSCAPE C2 - OPEN SEMI-NATURAL OR NATURAL LANDSCAPE D1 - COMPOSITE LANDSCAPE Dominant Land Cover Types Smoothing radius: 10 km

40 Legend A1 - ARTIFICIAL DOMINANCE A2 - DISPERSED URBAN AREAS B1 - BROAD PATTERN INTENSIVE AGRICULTURE B2 - RURAL MOSAIC AND PASTURE LANDSCAPE C1 - FORESTED LANDSCAPE C2 - OPEN SEMI-NATURAL OR NATURAL LANDSCAPE D1 - COMPOSITE LANDSCAPE Dominant Land Cover Types Smoothing radius: 20 km

41 Dominant Land Cover Types European Thresholds

42 Dominant Land Cover Types Sea Catchment thresholds

43 Sea Catchments Elevation Breakdown Analytical units

44 Adding the elevation breakdown

45 CLC CORILIS EBGDLT CRITERIA DEPENDENT LAYERS Aggregation and/or Dominance STANDARD LAYERS

46 Thanks for your attention


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