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The CCM2 database covers the entire European continent, including the Atlantic islands, Iceland and Turkey. It includes a hierarchical set of river segments and catchments based on the Strahler order, a lake layer and structured hydrological feature codes based on the Pfafstetter system. This dataset is a subset of Catchment Characterisation and Modelling (CCM) data version 2.1 provided by EU Joint Research Centre (JRC). The CCM2 database covers the entire European continent, including the Atlantic islands, Iceland and Turkey. It includes a hierarchical set of river segments and catchments based on the Strahler order, a lake layer and structured hydrological feature codes based on the Pfafstetter system. For further details, see http://ccm.jrc.ec.europa.eu/php/index.php?action=view=23 The catchment area data contained in CCM2 Geodatabase table Seaoutlets was subsetted by HELCOM secretariat using selection criteria to include data only within Baltic Sea catchment area. Copyright Statement: The proprietary rights and copyright of the CCM River and Catchment data remain with the European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC). Reproduction for non-commercial purposes is authorised, provided the source is acknowledged. Commercial use is not permitted without prior written consent of the JRC. Reports, articles, papers, scientific and non-scientific works of any form, including tables, maps, or any other kind of output, in printed or electronic form, based in whole or in part on the data supplied, must contain an acknowledgement of the form: CCM River and Catchment Database © European Commission - JRC, 2007 as well as a reference to: Vogt, J.V. et al. (2007): A pan-European River and Catchment Database. European Commission - JRC, Luxembourg, (EUR 22920 EN) 120 pp.
The dataset contains sand and gravel extraction activity during 2016–2021. The dataset is based on data submitted by HELCOM Contracting Parties in response to a data call. The dataset contains active sand and gravel extraction sites as reported by Estonia, Finland and Germany. Attribute specification and units with predefined values specified from the data call Name: Name of the extraction site Area: Area where the activity is taking place in km2 amount2016 - 2021: Amount of extraction reported per year in tonnes or/and m3 Depth: Metres per event Category: Recurrence of the extraction (one-time, recurring event) Start_day: Start day of the dredging activity Start_mont: Start month of the dredging activity Start_year: Start year of the dredging activity End_day: End day of the dredging activity End_month: End month of the dredging activity End_year: End year of the dredging activity Sediment: Type of sediment extracted (mud, sand, hard substrate, mixed sand, other) Method: Method used in the extraction (digging/dredging device (open, enclosed), suction device, other) Notes: notes regarding the reported data
The dataset contains sand and gravel extraction activity during 2011–2015. The dataset is based on data submission by HELCOM Contacting Parties in response to data request. The dataset is quality assured and contains data from all the Baltic Sea countries. Common extraction sites with information on volume of extraction was included in the dataset. The other extraction sites (building sites, exclusive sites) had only summed data for all the sites, as volumes of extraction in specific sites was classified as confidential information. For these sites the volumes was calculated from reported sum of "other extraction areas". The amount was equally divided between corresponding extraction areas. For some common extraction sites a shared amount was reported.
Dataset represent urban land use (urban areas) around Baltic Sea coast. The resolution of the data is 250 m x 250 m. The dataset is constructed from CORINE Land Cover (CLC) 2006 for EU countries and from Open street map (OSM) open source data in Russia. Dataset is based on data collated for the HELCOM Second Holistic Assessment of the Ecosystem health of the Baltic Sea. The dataset covers the whole catchment area of the Baltic sea.
The dataset represents urban land use (artificial surfaces) around the Baltic Sea coast. The dataset is constructed from CORINE Land Cover (CLC) 2018, Version 2020_20u1 (https://land.copernicus.eu/pan-european/corine-land-cover/clc2018?tab=metadata) for EU countries and from Open Street Map (OSM) open source data for Russia. Attribute specification and units: Code_18: Class applied for CLC 2018 ID:CLC 2018 ID or OpenStreetMap ID Code: Nomenclature of the class source: "Corine" or "OSM"