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dp328 Nov 29, 2012 02:13 PM
Does anyone know where I can find the following: HR Layer Imperviousness - Degree of Imperviousness 2009 -Pan-European - P-EL-03 (EUROLAND)
Raster dataset of buiilt-up and non built-up areas including degree of imperviousness 2009 in full spatial resolution (20m by 20m)
I've found data viewers on geoland2 portal but am unable to download.
Replies (7)
EEA Nov 30, 2012 04:22 PM
Dear dp328,
Our expert have sent you this information by email.
dblake May 28, 2013 05:45 PM
I have exactly the same problem as that posted by dp328. Please can you send me the location of the data too or better still post a url up here to help anyone else find it too. Thanks
EEA May 30, 2013 03:04 PM
Dear Dblake,

For the time being, we have no permanent means of access to that dataset, as data on the eea transfer and eea FTP are removed after a fixed period, so that space is freed for new data sets. However, you are welcome to address your request to access these data anytime. We will then make it available.

You can now find the requested data in our EEA FTP server:

The data is in a folder called Imperviousness 2009.
username: eeaftp
password: eeashare

These data will be accessible for approximately a month.
ceppicla Mar 26, 2015 12:04 AM
hi i could acced at the resources now?
EEA Mar 27, 2015 05:20 PM
Hello, many experts are on holidays for the moment - we will come back to you asap. Kind regards.
ceppicla Mar 31, 2015 07:56 PM
Dear, I apologize, there is an online resource that allows you to download Degree of Imperviousness 2009 and 2012 (resolution 20 meters) or the only source of access is via ftp?
and can possibly ask for access to this resource? Obviously both via web and ftp?
thanks in advance

Best Regards
EEA Apr 14, 2015 11:20 AM
The FTSP Soil sealing 20m resolution raster data is now available at:

The archive file is about 439MB and will be available for download during 3 month.
Within the archive, you will find a total of 905 rasters (geo referenced img format) showing the whole coverage of the data set.

Kind regards.