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  • The National Oceanographic Data Committee (NODC) of the Netherlands is the national platform for exchange of oceanographic and marine data and information, and for advisory services in the field of ocean and marine data management. The overall objective of the NODC is to effect a major and significant improvement in the overview and access to marine and oceanographic data and data-products from government and research institutes in the Netherlands. This is not done alone and only with a national focus, but on a European scale as an active partner in the Pan-European SeaDataNet project, complying to the INSPIRE and the new Marine Strategy EU Directives, and on a global scale as the Netherlands representative in major international organisations in this field, ICES and IOC-IODE. A major step has been made with the launch of the NODCi - National Infrastructure for access to Oceanographic and Marine Data and Information. This was developed in the framework of the Ruimte voor Geo-Informatie (RGI) programme as RGI-014 project. It includes a new NODC-i portal (www.nodc.nl), that provides users with a range of metadata services and a unique interface to the data management systems of each of the NODC members. By this Common Data Index (CDI) interface, users can get harmonised access to the datasets, that are managed in a distributed way at each of the NODC members. The NODCi portal functions as the Dutch node in the SeaDataNet infrastructure. The NODC CDI service contains several thousands of references to individual marine and oceanographic datasets. For inclusion in the National Geo Register these have been aggregated by combinations of Data Holding Centres - Disciplines. Each NGR - NODC record therefore represents a large number of individual metadata records and associated datasets. By following the specified URL to the NODCi portal, users can consider these metadata in detail and can achieve downloading of interesting datasets via the shopping cart transaction system, that is integrated in the NODCi portal.

  • Dit bestand geeft de deelstroomgebieden indeling (regio's Gelderland) Kaderrichtlijn water weer. De Kaderrichtlijn Water (KRW), is een Europese richtlijn, die bedoeld is om de kwaliteit van het grond- en oppervlaktewater in Europa op goed niveau te krijgen en te houden. Op 22 december 2000 is de Kaderrichtlijn Water in werking getreden.

  • De Ecologische Hoofd Structuur 2005 is een netwerk van gebieden in Nederland waar de natuur voorrang heeft. De EHS bestaat uit bestaande natuurgebieden, reservaten, natuurontwikkelingsgebieden, robuuste verbindingen en grote wateren (zoals de kustzone, het IJsselmeer en de Waddenzee). Voor weergave van de volledige EHS, zoals op PKB-kaart 5 uit de Nota Ruimte, dienen ook de bestanden 'Robuuste verbindingen2004' en EHSNETTO_Noordzee200503 gebruikt te worden.

  • Een overzicht van passages (wildroosters, poorten e.d.) in de wildrasters die toegang geven tot achterliggend leefgebied van het groot wild (edelhert, ree, wildzwijn).

  • Het project Oude paden – Nieuwe wegen is in 2006 van start gegaan en afgerond in 2009. Het is een samenwerkingsverband tussen Steunpunt Monumentenzorg Fryslân, Landschapsbeheer Friesland, Doarpswurk, Plattelânsprojekten van de Provincie Fryslân, het Keuning Instituut en het Lectoraat Plattelandsvernieuwing van Van Hall Larenstein. Deze kaart toont de historische paden in Friesland. De paden zijn onderverdeeld in 7 categorieën, te weten: 1 = verdwenen pad; 2 = verharde weg; 3 = verhard fiets-voetpad; 4 = onverhard fiets-voetpad; 5 = puinreed; 6 = onverharde reed; 7 = landschapspad

  • The Global Administrative Unit Layers (GAUL) is an initiative implemented by FAO within the EC-FAO Food Security Programme funded by the European Commission (http://www.foodsecinfoaction.org/News/news_06_06.htm). The GAUL aims at compiling and disseminating the most reliable spatial information on administrative units for all the countries in the world, providing a contribution to the standardization of the spatial dataset representing administrative units. The GAUL always maintains global layers with a unified coding system at country, first (e.g. regions) and second administrative levels (e.g. districts). In addition, when data is available, it provides layers on a country by country basis down to third, fourth and lowers levels. The overall methodology consists in a) collecting the best available data from most reliable sources, b) establishing validation periods of the geographic features (when possible), c) adding selected data to the global layer based on the last country boundaries map provided by the UN Cartographic Unit (UNCS), d) generating codes using the GAUL Coding System and e) distribute data to the users (see GAUL Doc01 Ver17.pdf) Because the GAUL works at global level, controversial boundaries can not be ignored. The approach of the GAUL is to maintain disputed areas in such a way to preserve national integrity for all disputing countries (see GAUL Doc01 Ver17.pdf and disputed_areas.dbf). The coastal line of the GAUL is mostly compliant with the coast of the International Boundary map delivered by UNCS except for some countries (e.g. Viet Nam, India, Bangaldesh, etc.) where it has been updated according to the satellite images (e.g. Landsat ETM). For the next releases of the GAUL, the updating process of the coast-line will go on, country by country, through a comparison with the satellite images. The GAUL is released once a year and the target beneficiary of the GAUL data is the UN community, the Universities and other authorized international and national institutions/agencies. Data might not be officially validated by authoritative national sources and can not be distributed to the general public. A disclaimer should always accompany any use of the GAUL data. About 21 countries have been updated respect to the previous release (see countries_updated.dbf). The GAUL keeps track of administrative units that has been changed, added or dismissed in the past for political causes. Changes implemented in different years are recorded in the GAUL on different layers. For this reason the GAUL product is not a single layer but a group of layers, named GAUL Set (see Gaul_Set.pdf). The GAUL 2009 is the fifth release of the GAUL Set, which now includes the following files: - G2009_2008: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 2008 - G2009_2007: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 2007 - G2009_2006: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 2006 - G2009_2005: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 2005 - G2009_2004: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 2004 - G2009_2003: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 2003 - G2009_2002: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 2002 - G2009_2001: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 2001 - G2009_2000: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 2000 - G2009_1999: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 1999 - G2009_1998: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 1998 - G2009_1997: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 1997 - G2009_1996: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 1996 - G2009_1995: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 1995 - G2009_1994: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 1994 - G2009_1993: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 1993 - G2009_1992: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 1992 - G2009_1991: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 1991 - G2009_1990: These layers have to be used to link all the datasets that refer to year 1990 The GAUL project does not implement changes dated before 1990.

  • Het bestand geeft de oppervlaktewaterlichamen wateren en plassen van de kaderrichtlijn water weer. De Kaderrichtlijn Water (KRW), is een Europese richtlijn, die bedoeld is om de kwaliteit van het grond- en oppervlaktewater in Europa op goed niveau te krijgen en te houden. Op 22 december 2000 is de Kaderrichtlijn Water in werking getreden.

  • Berekend is met KEMA-stacks de toename van Stikstofdioxide (NO2) in de omgeving van industriële bedrijven. Het betreft hier alleen bedrijven in Gelderland waarvan de provincie het bevoegd gezag is. Gerekend is met gegevens die vergund zijn of met gegevens die in de luchtkwaliteitsrapportages bij vergunningaanvragen gebruikt worden. Op de kaart staan contouren van percentages van de grenswaarde. Voor Stikstofdioxide is dit 40 ug/m3. De 1%-contour geeft dus 0,4 ug/m3 immissiewaarde aan. Achtergrondwaardes zijn op deze kaart niet inbegrepen.

  • Robuuste ecologische verbindingen en poorten zijn grootschalige verbindingen tussen grote natuurgebieden. Onderscheid wordt gemaakt in globaal begrensde verbindingen en poorten en nog nader uit te werken en bestuurlijk af te stemmen verbindingen. Voor weergave van de volledige EHS, zoals op PKB-kaart 5 uit de Nota Ruimte, dienen ook de bestanden 'EHSNETTO200503' en EHSNETTO_NOORDZEE200503 gebruikt te worden.

  • CORINE Land Cover change (2000-2006) database of the Netherlands An increasing need for factual and quantitative information on the state of the environment of DG Environment, DG Agriculture and other users initiated a proposal of the EEA to collaborate with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the European Commission (EC) on the implementation of a fast track service on land monitoring. The project focused on on timely, quality assured data, in particular in land cover and land use related issues for 2006-2008. The CLC2006 project is part of the GMES Fast Track Service Precursor (FTSP) Land Monitoring. In CLC2006 38 countries with total area of 5.8 Mkm2 are participating (32 EEA member states and 6 collaborating countries). 2. Thunnissen, H.A.M. and Middelaar, H.J. van, 1995. The CORINE Land Cover database of the Netherlands. Final report of the CORINE Land Cover project in the Netherlands. Report 78. Alterra, the Netherlands 3.EEA and ETC-TE, 2002. CORINE Land Cover update I&CLC2000 project. Technical Guidelines. Final Version. EEA, Denmark