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CORINE Land Cover data smoothed following the CORILIS methodology. This methodology defines a procedure for smoothing Corine Land Cover data using a variant of the gaussian function called BiWeight. For each CLC class we obtain a probability surface that shows the % of that class within a specific radius. The naming of Corilis layers follows the pattern CORILIS??_R??L?_C?? where R is for Radius, L is for Level and C is for Class. The Level 3 classes are equivalent to the Level 3 classes of Corine. Level 1 classes are a special grouping defined for Environmental Accounting purposes. For example: CORILIS90_R05L3_C1 contains the smoothing results of CLC90 level 3, class 1 "Continous urban fabric" in a 5 km radius. For each pixel of the grid we get a value (ranging from 0 to 100) indicating the % of that class within the radius of 5 km.
A UMZ is defined as a "set of urban areas laying less than 200 m apart". Urban areas have been selected from Corine Land Cover 2000 by means of a complex methodology explained below.
Sectors and areas of management of Arenys de Mar
Updated mapping Subsidiary Regulations Planning Mont-ras (1990). Have incorporated all the modifications of the planning until December 2008. You have the following information layers: municipal, classification, qualifications, sectors and protection.
Updated mapping of the Revised General Plan Municipal Torroella Management (2002). Have incorporated all the modifications of the planning until December 2008. You have the following information layers: municipal, classification, qualifications, volume, sectors and protection.
Updated mapping Municipal Urban Management Plan of Begur (2003). It has incorporated all modifications to the planning through May 2009. You have the following information layers: municipial term, classification, qualifications, sectors, and protection.
Municipal finish coating of Castelló d'Empúries, showing the rural part of town.
It maps with the islands of houses, allotments, suballotments and their respective codes of the housing developments of Canyelles, Martossa, Sta. Mª. de Llorell, Pola, Giverola, Cala Salions i Sant Grau.
The synthetic Urban Map of Catalonia is a synthesis map of the general planning, in two dimensions (2D), which allows a continuous reading of the country’s urban planning, above the municipal boundaries. It is a synthetic graphic recast of all those files that correspond to current general planning, which incorporates the resources and associated estimating judgments as well as the corrections of error, approved by the urban planning organizations of the Generalitat and published in the DOGC. The synthetic MUC includes only the current general planning and, therefore, does not recast either the derived planning or the urban director, which can be consulted in the RPUC, or the urban determinations of the partial territorial planning. The synthetic MUC has no legal validity, as the technical means currently used do not guarantee it. It is, therefore, an informative value map, drawn up on the basis of the interpretation of the official general planning documents available in the archives of the Department of the Vice-Presidency and Digital Policies and Territory (DVPD).