External datasets catalogue

Catalogue of all external data references used by EEA products such as indicators, maps, graphs and publications. For "external data" we intend data that is not directly produced and managed by EEA, rather provided by other organisations. Note: Data providers shall retain the primary responsibility for the quality of the data they produce and distribute (Art 7 EEA Data Policy).
External Data Spec Attractive places — 06 Jun 2017
Dataset developed by UAB. Not published.
External Data Spec Average crop yield (2000 - 2012 HSMU aggregated to 1000m) — 04 Nov 2015
External Data Spec Average specific consumption (l/100 km) of cars — 11 Apr 2012
transport data
External Data Spec Sybase Advantage Database Server Background data for critical loads of nitrogen exceedance maps — 17 Nov 2022
This source data is protected by the provider. For further information please contact the data provider:
External Data Spec Baltic Sea - Sea Ice Concentration and Thickness Charts — 05 Nov 2020
For the Baltic Sea- The operational sea ice service at FMI provides ice parameters over the Baltic Sea. The parameters are based on ice chart produced on daily basis during the Baltic Sea ice season and show the ice concentration in a 1 km grid
External Data Spec Pascal source code BaP pop-weighted-conc map for 2012, GIS shape files — 02 Mar 2016
External Data Spec Octet Stream Baseline data — 26 Jun 2012
Baseline data: Em‑dat, Munich Re and Dartmouth Flood Observatory Space-based Measurement and Modeling of Surface Water
External Data Spec vCalendar interchange file Basic energy statistics — 05 Jul 2010
External Data Spec Being wise with waste: the EU’s approach to waste management — 13 Jan 2014
Waste is an issue that aff ects us all. We all produce waste: on average, each of the 500 million people living in the EU throws away around half a tonne of household rubbish every year. This is on top of huge amounts of waste generated from activities such as manufacturing (360 million tonnes) and construction (900 million tonnes), while water supply and energy production generate another 95 million tonnes. Altogether, the European Union produces up to 3 billion tonnes of waste every year.
External Data Spec C source code header Berkeley Earth — 15 Dec 2021
External Data Spec Bewirtschaftungsplan 2015-2021 (Dataset URL is not available) — 30 Jan 2019
External Data Spec Biodiversity in Europe's seas — 30 Apr 2020
ETC/ICM Report 3/2019: Biodiversity in Europe's seas
External Data Spec Biological Records Centre — 02 Nov 2011
The Biological Records Centre (BRC), established in 1964, is the national focus in the UK for terrestrial and freshwater species recording (other than birds). It works with the voluntary recording community throughout Britain and Ireland. The BRC database contains over 15 million records of more than 12000 species. BRC is the national custodian of data on the distribution of wildlife in the British Isles.
External Data Spec BIOMA modelling platform (Dataset URL is not available) — 04 Jun 2019
BioMA (Biophysical Model Applications) is a public domain software framework designed and implemented for developing, parameterizing and running modelling solutions based on biophysical models in the domains of agriculture and environment. It is based on discrete conceptual units codified in freely extensible software components . 
External Data Spec Biomarker data trends — 12 Apr 2023
External Data Spec D source code Biomass stock in forest and other wooded land (Forest Resources Assessment 2005 - country tables) — 05 Jul 2010
Forestry statistics
External Data Spec Birds in Europe — 27 Feb 2012
Birds and species
External Data Spec Black Sea stock assessments — 21 Aug 2014
BS stocks: DGS, MUT, SPR, TUR, WHG
External Data Spec Blue Flags — 26 May 2017
Awarded sites with Blue flag, which are the result of intense work from all of them over the past 30 years.
External Data Spec chemical/x-mdl-rdfile Blue indicators online dashboard — 29 Apr 2020
The data and charts show the economic indicators used for the established sectors in the EU Blue Economy report. The six sectors include: Coastal Tourism, Marine living resources, Marine non-living resources, Port activities, Shipbuilding and repair and Maritime transport. Various filters allow for the customisation of data can in terms of sub-sector, activity, Member State, indicator and time period.


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