Table contains main information (name, location, area, IUCN category etc) of each individual designated area at national level.
Unique record identifier for nationally designated areas
Surface area in hectares (ha)
(Y) International Geographical Co-ordinates of the monitoring station in decimal degrees format
Longitude decimal degrees
National site code
unique record identifier in the national source database
ISO 3 characters country code
Country ISO code
National designation type code
Site name as given in local language.
IUCN management category
Code for instructions to EEA regarding dissemination of geographical data.
00 - use dissemination instructions provided in metadata for the spatial dataset, 01 - vector data can be published for this feature, 02 - public dissemination restricted to presence/absence in European raster dataset, 03 - public dissemination restricted to European scale maps, 04 - dissemination to CDDA partner institutions (WCMC and CoE) for their internal use only. Other interested parties should contact national representative, 05 - no dissemination by EEA. Interested parties should contact national representative
Remarks about the site record
Administrative Region Code according to the coding system of EUROSTAT
Year of last legal change
Code of last legal change
Code for derivation of tabular coordinates of sites.
00 - unknown, 01 - national calculation, 02 - EEA to calculate from reported boundary data
Codes for spatial resolution of dataset from which geographical data for this feature (boundaries, coordinates) has been derived.
00 - use resolution information provided in metadata for the spatial dataset, 01 - unknown, 02 - less than 1:1 000 000, 03 - between 1:250 000 and 1:1 000 000, 04 - between 1:100 000 and 1:250 000, 05 - greater than 1:100 000
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