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KatFi
Dear everyone,

in the scope of a marine conservation project on the Pomeranian Bay, I am looking for high-resolution maps of the marine Natura 2000 sites of Poland and Germany. I have encountered the country-specific maps on this website:
https://www.eea.europa.eu/d[…]-directives-1#tab-hard-copy
and among others, this region-specific map:
https://www.eea.europa.eu/[…]/image_large

However, the resolution in these is not sufficient for our needs.

Can anyone kindly advise me where I can find such international map of the Baltic region i) in high resolution, ii) in which I can zoom into specific areas (e.g. only Pomeranian Bay), iii) which I would be free to use on our project-specific website, in presentations, outreach documents etc.?
On a small note, I am not familiar enough/do not have access to ArcGIS, so unfortunately do not have the means to adjust or create those maps myself.
Any feedback would be much appreciated!

many thanks in advance and kind regards


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sandricionut Dear All:
I want to reproduce the CGRS (
https://www.eea.europa.eu/d[…]-grid-reference-system-cgrs) at a larger scale. Is it possible to have access to the algorithm or the script used to generate the CGRS?
Best regards,

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clemlau Hello,

I was thrilled to discover the new platform dedicated to climate change in Europe.
https://experience.arcgis.com/[…]/
Those mappings are of great value.
I am wondering if it is possible to access to the original datas from Esri maps. I would like to obtain the datas, on a various granularity, on an excel file.

Many thanks,

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Feb 19, 2020 04:17 PM
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anicol Topic : map of the Bath water quality
I have discovered your site, through the Natura2000 project. Thank you for your remarkable work. The Data and maps you give are serious and recent (it is so difficult to obtain recent data at the local or national scale, so I didn't expect to find a so rigourous work at european scale !).
1) the natural sites with poor water quality.
the legend gives several colors : from dark blue for good quality, then blue, green, red, to grey for not evaluated. Is it possible to zoom directly on the sites with bad level of bathing water quality ? For example, the map indicates that in 2019, in France, there is 54 sites for the red color (54 sites with poor quality) : what are these 54 sites ?
2) bathing water : in the see or ocean / in a lake or a river
Is it possible to know what are the pollutants on each specific "bathing sites" ? As the sites with a poor quality (or insufficient quality or forbidden sites) are rare, is it possible to get the information about the reasons of the bad quotation (or interdiction). The countries without any maritim coast (Hungary for example), or with many coasts (Netherland) do not have the same polluting risks.
3) honesty of the countries
The example of Tchernobyl stay in our memory : a country wich detects a big pollution would be attempted to cover up the bad results. Who makes the measurements : an independant european agency with local employees ? a national agency ? After Techrnobyl (the russian site), the information was "there is a big problem in Russia, but the european countries are not concerned by this pollution, because the clouds didn't cross the borders".
Another example : if a country like Italy or Greece is very touristic, the announcement of bad results concerning the bath water would be deplorable and would explain the reasons to truncate some bad results.

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