The maps describes the dominant landscape types (artificial dominance, dispersed urban areas, broad pattern intensive agriculture, rural mosaic and pasture, forest, open semi-natural or natural and composite
Albania,Austria,Belgium,Bosnia and Herzegovina,Bulgaria,Croatia,Cyprus,Czech Republic,Finland,France,Germany,Hungary,Iceland,Ireland,Italy,Liechtenstein,Luxembourg,Macedonia (FYR),Malta,Montenegro,Norway,Poland,Portugal,Romania,Serbia,Slovakia,Slovenia,Spain,Sweden,Turkey
Reclassify smoothed CLC classess into Dominant Landscape types. The criterion Vn > mean + standard deviation was used to assign dominant character to smoothed features. Vn is the smoothed value of class n in a given cell of the map. A different mean + std dev was computed for each Sea Catchments (see map below). As co-dominances can exist a supplementary criterion is needed in order to give priority to one class in front the others. This hierarchical criterion is based on the theoretical assumption drafted in the table below.
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Mulch your plants – indoors and outdoors.
It will keep weeds away; protect the plants by keeping the soil cool; decrease evaporation and reduce soil compaction. Be creative and use materials like: pebbles, bark chippings, gravel, cocoa shells, decorative pine cones, marbles, broken crockery, grass clippings or leaf mould. But avoid mulching too close to the stems to avoid the plant rotting in winter.
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