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Airport OmissionLUZ Barcelona intersected with CLC

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Good Afternoon, I have intersected the CLC inventories for 1990, 2000 and 2006 with LUZ' boundaries (2009) for the city of Barcelona (LUZ code: ES002L). However, CLC code 124 (airports) is missing in year 2000; examination of the maps obtained in ArcGIS (see attachment) shows that the polygon has been omitted. Why is it so? I'll be waiting for your kind comments. KR, sofia p.
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EEA Sep 03, 2014 03:49 PM
Hello, We have checked the last version of the dataset and we did find the mentioned class in Barcelona. We double checked in the viewers and no anomaly there either. In general, it is useful to know which links to the data or data viewer the users are talking about. In the example of corine, we have many related products incl. derived statistics.
pagliasofia Sep 03, 2014 11:32 PM
Hello, thanks for your answer. The omission I found is clear when projecting CLC data 1990 (dowloaded from http://www.eea.europa.eu/[…]/corine-land-cover-1990-raster-3), CLC data 2000 (downloaded from http://www.eea.europa.eu/da[…]-seamless-vector-database-4) and CLC data 2006 (downloaded from http://www.eea.europa.eu/[…]/clc-2006-vector-data-version-2). No derived statistics have been used. The problem is precisely that the mentioned class is present in the 1990 data, not present in the 2000 data, and present (and enlarged) in the 2006 data (as per attachments sent in my previous communication). It would be great if you could re-check, otherwise I will consider the 1990 data for the 2000 survey. Thanks a lot, sofia p.
 
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