Dear the EEA forum,
I am using CLC 2006 data (Corine Land Cover) in ArcGIS for my undergraduate dissertation.
I have managed to successfully download the 100m resolution CLC data in TIFF format and open it in Arc. However, when I open the attribute table for this data, there is no indication of what OBJECTID represents what type of land-use.
The only visible columns in the attribute table are OBJECTID, Value and Count (i.e. no verbal description of what each type of land-use is). Thus, I cannot determine what types of land-use are more vulnerable to flood events (a key part of my research).
Is there anyone that can assist me on this topic, or knows how to solve this problem?
air_ashatz Hello, I am downloading and archiving the Urban Atlas data for research purposes. While checking the data, I noticed that there were a sufficient number of data gaps for the Leeds (UK) dataset titled "uk201l_leeds.shp." These gaps were predominantly in the "Other roads and associated land" land use class. Did I improperly download the data, or are there problems with the original dataset? Thank you very much for your time.
Difference CORINE Version 15 and 16? I just recognized that there came a new version of CORINE, version 16, in December 2012. Is it possible to see somewhere a changelog or at least a short description on what is new compared to version 15? I could not find any information in the data portal.
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?