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Forest_fires_land_use_and_population_v4 (MapServer)
Title Forest_fires_land_use_and_population_v4
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 02 Feb 2016
Service Description
Forest fires risk for population, residential, commercial and transport areas.
Description
Forest fires risk for population, residential, commercial and transport areas.
SRS 3035
Extent -2671078.2585000005,-3065751.5411,9987257.216400001,5633941.861043349
Layers Population in forest fire risk,Urban areas in forest fire risk,Residential in forest fire risk,Commercial in forest fire risk,Transport in forest fire risk,Average meteorological forest fire danger 1981-2010 [Seasonal Severity Rating Index],Projected fire danger 2071-2100 annual average of Seasonal Sevirity Rating Index ,Burnt areas 2000-2012,Forest fires interface (3km),Buffer area of 20km from
Map Name Forest_fires_land_use_and_population_v4
Category
Forest_fires_land_use_and_population_v5 (MapServer)
Title Forest_fires_land_use_and_population_v5
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 03 Feb 2016
Service Description
Share of population in cities, and related peri-urban areas, exposed to high risk of forest fire
Description
Share of population in cities, and related peri-urban areas, exposed to high risk of forest fire
SRS 3035
Extent -2671078.2585000005,-3065751.5411,9987257.216400001,5633941.861043349
Layers Population in forest fire risk [%],Urban areas in forest fire risk [%],Residential urban area in forest fire risk [%],Commercial urban area in forest fire risk [%],Transport urban area in forest fire risk [%],Average meteorological forest fire danger 1981-2010 [Seasonal Severity Rating Index],Projected fire danger 2071-2100 annual average of Seasonal Sevirity Rating Index ,Burnt areas 2000-2012 (
Map Name Forest_fires_land_use_and_population_v5
Category
Green Urban Areas (MapServer)
Title Green_Urban_Areas_online
Author
Subject Green Urban Areas (using also Green urban areas - identification of extremes)
Keywords urban
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 28 Oct 2014
Service Description
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6309321.571384842,2525422.080332243,8141562.466198569,10665647.427998679
Layers Data,GUA_city_buffer,Edge_density,GUA_core_city
Map Name Green Urban Areas
Category
River_Floods_UMZ (MapServer)
Title River_Floods_UMZ
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 17 Nov 2014
Service Description
Description
SRS 3035
Extent 1743437.3955000006,983254.8302999996,6435051.3652,5192541.0195
Layers Projected change in UMZ flooded area between 2071-2100 and 1961-1990,Percentage of UMZ flooded area in the period 2071-2100,River_Floods_Ctrl,Area potentially flooded under the 100-year return period floods (period 1961-1990),Area potentially flooded under the 100-year return period floods (period 2071-2100)
Map Name River_Floods_UMZ
Category
River_Floods_UMZ_v2 (MapServer)
Title River_Floods_UMZ_v2
Author
Subject River flood areas in Europe Ctrl = 1961-1990 and ts4 = 2071-2100
Keywords River floods
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 18 Nov 2014
Service Description
Mosaic of original data (Europe is cut in 9 windows). The resolution of the data is 100m, water levels are in meters. Note that these maps do not consider flood defenses. The coordinate reference system is ETRS LAEA. The files are gzipped and are in Arc/Info ascii grid format. Ctrl = 1961-1990; ts1 = 1980-2010; ts2 = 2011-2040, ts3 = 2041-2070, and ts4 = 2071-2100. The year indicates the return period.\n\nThese are the ensemble mean results of an experiment in which LISFLOOD was driven by an ensemble of 12 regional climate simulations for the A1B scenario (for details see Rojas et al., 2012 and 2013).\n\nRojas, R., L. Feyen, P. Watkiss, 2013. Climate Change and River Floods in the European Union: Socio-Economic Consequences and the Costs and Benefits of Adaptation. Global Environmental Change, 23, 1737-1751.\n\nRojas, R., L. Feyen, A. Bianchi, A. Dosio, 2012. Assessment of future flood hazard in Europe using a large ensemble of bias-corrected regional climate simulations. Journal of Geophysical Research, 117(17), D17109.
Description
Mosaic of original data (Europe is cut in 9 windows). The resolution of the data is 100m, water levels are in meters. Note that these maps do not consider flood defenses. The coordinate reference system is ETRS LAEA. The files are gzipped and are in Arc/Info ascii grid format. Ctrl = 1961-1990; ts1 = 1980-2010; ts2 = 2011-2040, ts3 = 2041-2070, and ts4 = 2071-2100. The year indicates the return period.\n\nThese are the ensemble mean results of an experiment in which LISFLOOD was driven by an ensemble of 12 regional climate simulations for the A1B scenario (for details see Rojas et al., 2012 and 2013).\n\nRojas, R., L. Feyen, P. Watkiss, 2013. Climate Change and River Floods in the European Union: Socio-Economic Consequences and the Costs and Benefits of Adaptation. Global Environmental Change, 23, 1737-1751.\n\nRojas, R., L. Feyen, A. Bianchi, A. Dosio, 2012. Assessment of future flood hazard in Europe using a large ensemble of bias-corrected regional climate simulations. Journal of Geophysical Research, 117(17), D17109.
SRS 3035
Extent 1743437.3955000006,983254.8302999996,6435051.3652,5192541.0195
Layers Projected change in UMZ flooded area between 2071-2100 and 1961-1990,Percentage of UMZ flooded area in the period 2071-2100,Percentage of UMZ flooded area: period 1961-1990,Area potentially flooded under the 100-year return period floods (period 1961-1990),Area potentially flooded under the 100-year return period floods (period 2071-2100)
Map Name River_Floods_UMZ_v2
Category
River_Floods_UMZ_v3 (MapServer)
Title River_Floods_UMZ_v3
Author
Subject River flood areas in Europe Ctrl = 1961-1990 and ts4 = 2071-2100
Keywords River floods
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 18 Nov 2014
Service Description
Mosaic of original data (Europe is cut in 9 windows). The resolution of the data is 100m, water levels are in meters. Note that these maps do not consider flood defenses. The coordinate reference system is ETRS LAEA. The files are gzipped and are in Arc/Info ascii grid format. Ctrl = 1961-1990; ts1 = 1980-2010; ts2 = 2011-2040, ts3 = 2041-2070, and ts4 = 2071-2100. The year indicates the return period.\n\nThese are the ensemble mean results of an experiment in which LISFLOOD was driven by an ensemble of 12 regional climate simulations for the A1B scenario (for details see Rojas et al., 2012 and 2013).\n\nRojas, R., L. Feyen, P. Watkiss, 2013. Climate Change and River Floods in the European Union: Socio-Economic Consequences and the Costs and Benefits of Adaptation. Global Environmental Change, 23, 1737-1751.\n\nRojas, R., L. Feyen, A. Bianchi, A. Dosio, 2012. Assessment of future flood hazard in Europe using a large ensemble of bias-corrected regional climate simulations. Journal of Geophysical Research, 117(17), D17109.
Description
Mosaic of original data (Europe is cut in 9 windows). The resolution of the data is 100m, water levels are in meters. Note that these maps do not consider flood defenses. The coordinate reference system is ETRS LAEA. The files are gzipped and are in Arc/Info ascii grid format. Ctrl = 1961-1990; ts1 = 1980-2010; ts2 = 2011-2040, ts3 = 2041-2070, and ts4 = 2071-2100. The year indicates the return period.\n\nThese are the ensemble mean results of an experiment in which LISFLOOD was driven by an ensemble of 12 regional climate simulations for the A1B scenario (for details see Rojas et al., 2012 and 2013).\n\nRojas, R., L. Feyen, P. Watkiss, 2013. Climate Change and River Floods in the European Union: Socio-Economic Consequences and the Costs and Benefits of Adaptation. Global Environmental Change, 23, 1737-1751.\n\nRojas, R., L. Feyen, A. Bianchi, A. Dosio, 2012. Assessment of future flood hazard in Europe using a large ensemble of bias-corrected regional climate simulations. Journal of Geophysical Research, 117(17), D17109.
SRS 3035
Extent 1743437.3955000006,983254.8302999996,6435051.3652,5192541.0195
Layers Ctrl_Ts4,River_Floods_Ts4,River_Floods_Ctrl,EU_Ctrl_UMZ,EU_ts4_UMZ
Map Name River_Floods_UMZ_v3
Category
River_Floods_UMZ_v4 (MapServer)
Title River_Floods_UMZ_v4
Author
Subject River flood areas in Europe Ctrl = 1961-1990 and ts4 = 2071-2100
Keywords River floods
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 17 Dec 2014
Service Description
Mosaic of original data (Europe is cut in 9 windows). The resolution of the data is 100m, water levels are in meters. Note that these maps do not consider flood defenses. The coordinate reference system is ETRS LAEA. The files are gzipped and are in Arc/Info ascii grid format. Ctrl = 1961-1990; ts1 = 1980-2010; ts2 = 2011-2040, ts3 = 2041-2070, and ts4 = 2071-2100. The year indicates the return period.\n\nThese are the ensemble mean results of an experiment in which LISFLOOD was driven by an ensemble of 12 regional climate simulations for the A1B scenario (for details see Rojas et al., 2012 and 2013).\n\nRojas, R., L. Feyen, P. Watkiss, 2013. Climate Change and River Floods in the European Union: Socio-Economic Consequences and the Costs and Benefits of Adaptation. Global Environmental Change, 23, 1737-1751.\n\nRojas, R., L. Feyen, A. Bianchi, A. Dosio, 2012. Assessment of future flood hazard in Europe using a large ensemble of bias-corrected regional climate simulations. Journal of Geophysical Research, 117(17), D17109.
Description
Mosaic of original data (Europe is cut in 9 windows). The resolution of the data is 100m, water levels are in meters. Note that these maps do not consider flood defenses. The coordinate reference system is ETRS LAEA. The files are gzipped and are in Arc/Info ascii grid format. Ctrl = 1961-1990; ts1 = 1980-2010; ts2 = 2011-2040, ts3 = 2041-2070, and ts4 = 2071-2100. The year indicates the return period.\n\nThese are the ensemble mean results of an experiment in which LISFLOOD was driven by an ensemble of 12 regional climate simulations for the A1B scenario (for details see Rojas et al., 2012 and 2013).\n\nRojas, R., L. Feyen, P. Watkiss, 2013. Climate Change and River Floods in the European Union: Socio-Economic Consequences and the Costs and Benefits of Adaptation. Global Environmental Change, 23, 1737-1751.\n\nRojas, R., L. Feyen, A. Bianchi, A. Dosio, 2012. Assessment of future flood hazard in Europe using a large ensemble of bias-corrected regional climate simulations. Journal of Geophysical Research, 117(17), D17109.
SRS 3035
Extent -4085329.7124744,-4341856.73494931,9987257.216415018,6504076.056261662
Layers Ctrl_Ts4,River_Floods_Ts4,River_Floods_Ctrl,Urau_city_flooded_Ctrl_Residential,Urau_city_flooded_Ctrl_Commercial,Urau_city_flooded_Ctrl_Transport,Urau_city_flooded_Ts4_Residential,Urau_city_flooded_Ts4_Commercial,Urau_city_flooded_Ts4_Transport,Urau_city_flooded_Ctrl_Ts4_Residential,Urau_city_flooded_Ctrl_Ts4_Commercial,Urau_city_flooded_Ctrl_Ts4_Transport,EU_Ctrl_UMZ,EU_ts4_UMZ
Map Name River_Floods_UMZ_v4
Category
River_Floods_UMZ_v5.mxd (MapServer)
Title River_Floods_UMZ_v5
Author
Subject Rising risk of floods for many riverside cities
Keywords river,floods,EEA
Copyright Text © EEA, Copenhagen 2017
Registered first time 27 Apr 2015
Service Description
Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/external/river-floods
Description
Rising risk of floods for many riverside cities
SRS 3035
Extent -4085329.7124744,-4341856.73494931,9987257.216415018,6504076.056261662
Layers ctrl_ts4test,River_Floods_Ts4test,River_Floods_Ctrltest,Urau_city_flooded_Ctrl_Residential,Urau_city_flooded_Ctrl_Commercial,Urau_city_flooded_Ctrl_Transport,Urau_city_flooded_Ts4_Residential,Urau_city_flooded_Ts4_Commercial,Urau_city_flooded_Ts4_Transport,Urau_city_flooded_Ctrl_Ts4_Residential,Urau_city_flooded_Ctrl_Ts4_Commercial,Urau_city_flooded_Ctral_Ts4_Transport,EU_Ctrl_UMZ,EU_ts4_UMZ
Map Name River Floods
Category
UMZ_2006_inside_core_city (MapServer)
Title UMZ_2006_inside_core_city
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 28 Oct 2014
Service Description
UMZ 2006 inside core city (eurostat2004 version)
Description
UMZ 2006 inside core city (eurostat2004 version)
SRS 3035
Extent 1736447.2654,973558.2789999992,6445498.811799999,4746800
Layers DATA,UMZ_inside_core_city_2006
Map Name UMZ_2006_inside_core_city
Category