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Record number 543297
Title European Landscape Dynamics: CORINE Land Cover Data
Author(s) Feranec, J.; Soukup, T.; Hazeu, G.W.; Jaffrain, G.
Source Boca Raton : CRC Press - ISBN 9781482244663 - 367 p.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1201/9781315372860
Department(s) Spatial Knowledge Systems
Publication type Scientific book or proceedings (editor)
Publication year 2016
Keyword(s) ISBN 9781482244663
Abstract Four unique pan-European CORINE Land Cover datasets—CLC1990, CLC2000, CLC2006, and CLC2012— and three datasets concerning changes between 1990 and 2012 have presented the first-ever opportunity to observe the European landscape by means of land cover and its change. This book brings together all these datasets to demonstrate the methods of identification, analysis and assessment of the European land cover and its changes that took place during the intervals of 1990–2000, 2000–2006, and 2006–2012. It provides examples in which CLC data plays a role in offering solutions to European environmental problems such as the monitoring of urban dynamics, land fragmentation, ecosystems mapping and assessment, and high nature value farmland characteristics. Existing environmental problems require new approaches, and European Landscape Dynamics: CORINE Land Cover Data indicates a set of outlooks for CLC data generation that produce more detailed levels of analysis and bottom-up approaches while addressing the relationship of CLC data to the Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe (INSPIRE). It also discusses the future of CLC data generation. A valuable resource of up-to-date information, it is useful to professionals such as scientists, territorial planners, and environmentalists as well as students of geosciences and all those who are interested in cognition of the European landscape, its changes and development.
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