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Project BioenNW Data Requirements for the GIS-based spatial model (WP 2) Transnational Managing Meeting, October 17th, Guyancourt Martina Haase, Martin Knapp, Christine Rösch. Content. Approach for the GIS-based modeling of biomass potentials Data availability

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Project BioenNW

Data Requirements for the GIS-based spatial model (WP 2)Transnational Managing Meeting, October 17th, GuyancourtMartina Haase, Martin Knapp, Christine Rösch

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Content

  • Approach for the GIS-based modeling of biomass potentials
  • Data availability
    • Overview of available/required maps
    • Overview of available/required statistical data
  • Assistance from project partners
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Approach for the GIS-based spatial modeling of biomass potentials (1)

  • Development of a spatial model based on a geographic information system (GIS)
  • Assessment of amount and spatial distribution of residual biomass fractions originating from
    • Agriculture
    • Forestry
    • Food industry
    • Wood processing industry
    • Municipal waste
  • Identification of suitable areas for energy crop production
  • Consideration of techno-economic and ecological constraints
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Approach for the GIS-based spatial modeling of biomass potentials (2)

  • 5 model regions, situated within
    • Nordrhein-Westfalen (Germany)
    • Île-de-France (France)
    • West Midlands (United Kingdom)
    • Wallonie (Belgium)
    • Zuid-Nederland (The Netherlands)
  • Integration of further spatial information, e.g.
    • Transport infrastructure for biomass resources, e.g. road network
    • Distribution infrastructure for bioenergy products, e.g. gas distribution network
    • Spatial distribution of energy demand

Suitable locations for biomass processing facilities

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Overview of available (a) and required (r)maps(1)

  • Choice of model region
    • Administrative boundaries (GADM, 2012, Eurostat, 2010) a
  • Spatial distribution of biomass resources, e.g.
    • CORINE Land Cover (EEA, 2009), Raster 100 m x 100 m a
    • Areas covered with a certain crop (EFSA, 2008), Raster 1 km x 1 km a
  • Techno-economic and/or ecological constraints, e.g.
    • Terrain elevation (UMIACS, 2008), Raster 90 m x 90 m a
    • Protected areas (EEA, 2011, EEA, 2012) a
    • Soil threats, e.g. soil erosion (PESERA, 2004), Raster 1 km x 1 km a

(EU-widecoverage)

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Overview of available (a) and required (r) maps(2)

  • Spatial specification of agricultural yields, e.g.
    • Soil quality, e.g. limitations to agricultural use (EC, 2003), Raster 1 km x 1 km a
    • Climate, e.g. mean annual precipitation (EFSA, 2008), Raster 1 km x 1 kma
  • Additional spatial information, e.g.
    • Road network, waterways, railway network (osm, 2012) a
    • Gas distribution network r
    • Heat distribution network r
    • Power transmission lines r
    • Location of existing heat-, power-, biogas-plants r

(EU-widecoverage)

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Overview of available (a) and required (r) statistical data (1)

  • European database Eurostat and world-wide database FAOSTAT as a start
  • Preference of regional data if available, e.g.
    • Regionaldatenbank Deutschland, regional data for Germany
      • Land use statistics
      • Waste statistics
    • Inventaire Forestier National, regional data for France
      • Forest statistics
    • Portail de l’Agriculture Wallonne, regional Data for Wallonia
      • Agricultural statistics
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Overview of available (a) and required (r) statistical data (2)

  • Regional estimation of biomass potentials
    • Land use statistics on regional levels, e.g.
      • Yield per ha for different agricultural crops
      • Forest statistics
    • Statistics on cattle breeding on regional levels, e.g.
      • Number of livestock
    • Waste statistics on regional levels, e.g.
      • Household waste
      • Commercial waste (e.g. supermarkets)
      • Waste from industrial production
  • Regional estimation of energy demand and supply
    • Regional statistics on energy demand of households
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Assistance from project partners (1)

  • Agreement on model regions
    • Chosen regions for model development (different administrative units with comparable units)
      • Germany: Rural district Düren
      • France: District Mantes-la-Jolie
      • United Kingdom: Metropolitan County West Midlands
      • Belgium: District Liège
      • The Netherlands: District Zuidoost-Noord-Brabant
  • Agreement on substrates list (cf. Substrates_Data_Spatial_Model_WP2_ITAS.xls)
    • Check-up of substrates list
    • Addition of substrates if necessary
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Assistance from project partners (2)

  • Additional sources for spatial information/maps (cf. Substrates_Data_Spatial_Model_WP2_ITAS.xls)
    • Gas distribution network
    • Heat distribution network
    • Power transmission lines
    • Location of existing heat-, power-, biogas-plants, …
  • Additional sources for regional statistical data (cf. Substrates_Data_Spatial_Model_WP2_ITAS.xls)
    • Land use statistics
    • Statistics on cattle breeding
    • Waste statistics
    • Statistics on industrial production
    • Energy statistics
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References (1)

  • BMELV (2004): Bundeswaldinventur2 (BWI2). BundesministeriumfürErnährung, Landwirtschaft und Verbraucherschutz. URL www.bundeswaldinventur.de/enid/df701c75873fb44bbf492b8148b992ad,0/76.html
  • EC (2003): European Soil Database (ESDB) Raster Library 1 km x 1km. Joint Research Center (JRC) European Soil Portal – Soil Data and Information Systems. URL eusoils.jrc.ec.europa.eu/ESDB_Archive/ESDB_data_1k_raster_intro/ESDB_1k_raster_data_intro.html
  • EEA (2009): Corineland cover 2006 (CLC2006) 100 m - version 12/2009. European Environment Agency. URL www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/corine-land-cover-2006-clc2006-100-m-version-12-2009
  • EEA (2011): Common Database on Designated Areas (CDDA). European Environment Agency. URL www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/nationally-designated-areas-national-cdda-5
  • EEA (2012): Protected Areas according to the EU Habitats Directive (Natura 2000 data). European Environment Agency. URL www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/natura-2
  • EFSA (2008): European Food Safety Authority. CAPRI Land cover maps. Joint Research Center (JRC) European Soil Portal – Soil Data and Information Systems. URL eusoils.jrc.ec.europa.eu/library/Data/EFSA/
  • Eurostat (2010): GISCO: GeographicalInformation andmaps. URL www.epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/gisco_Geographical_information_maps/popups/references/administrative_units_statistical_units_1
    • GADM (2012): Database of Global Administrative Areas. URL www.gadm.org/country
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References (2)

  • IGN (2012): L`inventaireForestierNational. Institut national de l’information géographique et forestière. URL www.ifn.fr/spip/?rubrique17
  • osm(2012): Open Street Map. URL www.download.geofabrik.de/openstreetmap/
  • PESERA (2004): Pan-European Soil Erosion Risk Assessment. URL eusoils.jrc.ec.europa.eu/ESDB_Archive/pesera/pesera_data.html
  • Statistische Ämter des Bundes und der Länder (2012): Regionaldatenbank Deutschland. URL www.regionalstatistik.de/genesis/online/data;jsessionid=639C942A26E8F77FB00D4B99D4E840AD?operation=statistikenVerzeichnis
  • SPW (2012): Service public de Wallonie - Portailde l’AgricultureWallonne. URL http://agriculture.wallonie.be/apps/spip_wolwin/
  • UMIACS (2008): Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) Data. University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies. Global Land Cover Facility. URL ftp.glcf.umiacs.umd.edu/glcf/SRTM/Degree_Tiles/