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1990 Corine data in excel

Some months ago (February 2012) I have sent an email to EEA regarding Corine Land Cover data for my thesis corresponding with Vibeke Arildsen; I've received the attached file for 2000-2006 changes. Since then, I have been asking for a similar file but with 1990 CLC data. Despite my ensuing emails, I have never got a reply and I wonder if through this forum you can help me out.

Thanks a lot,
sofia p.
Last discussed by EEA
Apr 15, 2014 03:52 PM

CORINE discontinuous artificial areas

Good morning,
I have some doubts regarding the class description on the following attached file (p. 102). It states that:
"These units consist of blocks of flats, individual houses, gardens, streets and parks, each of these elements having a surface area of less than 25 ha. (...) Buildings, roads and artificially surfaced areas cover between 50 and 80% of the total surface area of the unit."

My questions are:
1) So which is the approximated detail area in ha. which surfaces have been mappen with?
2) What about the buildings, roads and artificially surfaced areas below 50% of soil occupation?

It would be great if you could suggest me also some EEA references where these issues are addressed.

Thank you very much
sofia p.
Last discussed by EEA
Feb 06, 2013 09:05 AM

Errors in Corine Land Cover 2000 Version 15?

I am working with some data of the metropolitan area of Manchester and just noticed that there were some very strange land conversions in the area from 2000 to 2006 recorded, when looking on the latest CORINE data (Version 15). A major urban area west of Manchester disappeared in CLC 2006, a big lake appeared north of it and agriculture changed quite a lot. However, when looking into the separate change file which can be downloaded from your database, these changes are not visible.

The figure shows the problem. I was wondering on which source the change file is based instead?

Last discussed by landblend
Nov 17, 2011 02:33 PM