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Record number 406825
Title Qualitative assessment of the High Resolution soil sealing layer for the Netherlands
Author(s) Hazeu, G.W.; Oldengarm, J.
Source Copenhagen, Denmark : EEA - 84
Department(s) CGI - Earth Observation
CGI - Geo-information Communication
Wageningen Environmental Research
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2008
Keyword(s) landgebruik - luchtfotografie - remote sensing - databanken - nederland - landgebruiksmonitoring - land use - aerial photography - databases - netherlands - land use monitoring
Categories Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems (General) / Land Use Planning
Abstract The CLC2006 databases were produced by the Centre for Geo-Information (Alterra-WUR), the NRC Land cover for the Netherlands. The national CLC2006 project took place under the umbrella of the overall GMES Fast Track Service Percursor (FTSP) Land Monitoring. The basis for the production of the CLC2006 databases was the CLC2000 database that was also produced by the same team of Alterra. Alterra was also involved in the production of the CLC1990 database and the change database between 1990 and 2000. The national project was financed by the Ministry of Housing and Spatial Planning, the National Environmental Agency (MNP) and the European Environmental Agency (EEA). The present document is an interim report accompanying the delivery of the CLC2006 databases to the EEA.
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