Dominant land cover types 2000

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Created 01 Apr 2005 Published 01 Apr 2005 Last modified 25 Aug 2017
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Dominant land cover types are defined by classification of the CORILIS layers into dominant classes

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Dominant land cover types 2000 (5, 10, 20 & 25 Km). Zipped tiff format, raster


Methodology document for dominant land cover types, pdf format


Additional information

A land cover type is dominant in a point when its density value in that point is bigger than a threshold value. When co-dominances exist a supplementary criterion is needed in order to give priority to one class in front the others. The criterion used emphasizes the urban areas. For further information refer to the Methodology document.



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