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Katja Troeltzsch

Maps are a traditional way of visualising forest information, such as location of forests, species composition, forest health, condition of soil, amount of timber, accessibility, and much more. Maps on the Internet can be represented as images (bitmaps), with interactive map servers or in downloadable format appropriate to use in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). In some cases, remote sensing materials (aerial photos and satellite images) can be shown as background images for maps.

The sources of information presented in this portal vary by format, scale and accuracy.

55 records found in EUROFOREST Portal

  1. 1 Kilometer Tree Cover Continuous Fields
  3. Bioportal - Web portal Informacijskog sustava zaštite prirode
    • Bioportal - Nature protection information system
  4. Burned Areas in Russia
  5. Circumboreal Vegetation Map (CBVM)
  6. Circumpolar Arctic Vegetation Mapping Project
  7. COST Action E27 Maps Database
  8. Countryside Survey [UK]
  9. Databank Ondergrond Vlaanderen (DOV)
    • Database for the Subsoil of Flanders
  10. Earth Online
  11. EFDAC - European Forest Data Center
  12. European Environment Agency (EEA)
  13. European Environment Information and Observation Network (EIONET)
  14. European Forest Fire Information System (EFFIS)
  15. European Forest Genetic Resources Programme (EUFORGEN)
  16. European Soil Data Centre (ESDAC)
  17. Forest Action - JRC
  18. Forest Cover Map 2000
  19. Forest Cover Map 2006
  20. Forest Map of Europe

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