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Figure Urban expansion in Europe (1990-2000)
This version includes data for Croatia
Located in Data and maps Maps and graphs
Data Urban morphological zones changes 1990-2000
F3v0 - Urban morphological zones (UMZ) are defined by Corine land cover classes considered to contribute to the urban tissue and function
Located in Data and maps Datasets
Data Urban morphological zones changes 2000-2006
F3v0 - Urban morphological zones (UMZ) are defined by Corine land cover classes considered to contribute to the urban tissue and function
Located in Data and maps Datasets
Data Urban morphological zones changes 1990-2000 (UMZ1990-2000)
F1v0 - Urban morphological zones (UMZ) are defined by Corine land cover classes considered to contribute to the urban tissue and function
Located in Data and maps Datasets
Figure Urban Sprawl - definition
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Figure D source code Urban sprawl 1990-2000 in the province of Venice using a 1 km x 1 km grid
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Figure Urban sprawl along the Rhone corridor: south of France (1990-2000)
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Highlight Urban sprawl eating into wildlife habitats in Europe
As cities expand into the countryside, the habitats of many animals and plants are reduced. Roads, railways, car parks and buildings also split up habitats, dividing wildlife populations into increasingly smaller groups.
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Publication Urban sprawl in Europe - The ignored challenge
The ignored challenge
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Data Visualisation Urban sprawl in Europe on the level of countries
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