Difference between revisions of "High resolution land cover (GLC2000) - grid"

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|Label=Land cover data from GLC2000
 
|Label=Land cover data from GLC2000
|Description=The GL2000 map is produced by an international partnership of 30 research groups coordinated by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC). The database contains two levels of land cover information—detailed, regionally optimized land cover legends for each continent and a less thematically detailed global legend that harmonizes regional legends into one consistent product. The land cover maps are all based on daily data from the VEGETATION sensor on-board SPOT 4.
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|Description=The database contains two levels of land cover information—detailed, regionally optimized land cover legends for each continent and a less thematically detailed global legend that harmonizes regional legends into one consistent product. The land cover maps are all based on daily data from the VEGETATION sensor on-board SPOT 4.
 
|Dimension=time, worldgrid, landcovertype
 
|Dimension=time, worldgrid, landcovertype
 
|VariableType=external parameter
 
|VariableType=external parameter
 
|Source2=EC-JRC
 
|Source2=EC-JRC
|Reference2=Bartholomé and Belward, 2005
 
 
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Revision as of 15:40, 18 March 2014

Label: Land cover data from GLC2000
Description: The database contains two levels of land cover information—detailed, regionally optimized land cover legends for each continent and a less thematically detailed global legend that harmonizes regional legends into one consistent product. The land cover maps are all based on daily data from the VEGETATION sensor on-board SPOT 4.
Dimensions: time, worldgrid, landcovertype
Variable type: external parameter
Source: EC-JRC


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