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PDF Earth Observation (EO) for Visual Applications and Engagement 2021 269.0 KB

https://www.copernicus-user-uptake.eu/ Published: 2020-10 Caroline Herschel Framework Partnership Agreement for Copernicus User Uptake Earth Observation (EO) for Visual Applications and Engagement Con...


PDF Earth Observation (EO) for Land cover and Habitat Mapping 2021 276.0 KB

https://www.copernicus-user-uptake.eu/ Published: 2020-09 Earth Observation (EO) for Land Cover and Habitat Mapping Contact point: earthobs@jncc.gov.uk Operational Product: UKCEH Land Cover® Maps Uses...


PDF Earth Observation (EO) for Bare Soil - Earth Observation for Bare Soil 2021 284.1 KB

https://www.copernicus-user-uptake.eu/ Published: 2020-10 Caroline Herschel Framework Partnership Agreement for Copernicus User Uptake Earth Observation (EO) for Bare Soil Contact point: earthobs@jncc...


PDF CSM Guidance for Ditches - Common Standards Monitoring Guidance for Ditches 2016 150.6 KB

Common Standards Monitoring Guidance for Ditches Version March 2005 ISSN 1743-8160 (online) Issue date: March 2005 1 Common Standards Monitoring guidance for ditch systems 1. Introduction................


XLS CSM for Rivers: Data analysis template – Bank Vegetation Naturalness 2016 85.5 KB

The guidance provided here deals with common standards monitoring (CSM) for those designated sites, including SSSIs and SACs, that specifically identify freshwater habitats as a site feature. Informat...


TEPoP 2018 Meeting Summary and Workshop Digests 2018

This document summarises the Earth Observation Workshop that was run during the second meeting of the UK Terrestrial Evidence Partnership of Partnerships (UKTEPoP), which took place in October 2018. ...


Marine Habitat Classification for Britain and Ireland 2004

This publication presents a fully revised version of the national classification of benthic marine habitats (seashore and seabed habitats and their associated communities of species) for Britain and I...




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