Land cover changes in Liechtenstein remained below the detection level of Corine Land Cover change methodology. In some large countries, dates of satellite images for regions may differ by several years
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Therefore, as a provisional solution, a conventional time period of 10 years has been set between the two databases. It could be used as well, an average European time span, weighted or not by country surface.