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  1. EEA 2006 Accounts Update Tables

  2. Part 1

  3. Table 1.1: Classifying land cover and land cover change for land accounting

  4. Table 1.2: Definition of DLT based on dominant land cover [to be developed]

  5. Part 2

  6. Table 2.1: A stock and change account for European land cover, 25 countries, 2000-2006 (figures show changes in ha)

  7. Table 2.2: A flow account describing processes of land cover change in 25 countries in Europe 2000-2006

  8. Table 2.3: Flow accounts at level 2

  9. Table 2.4 Flow accounts for urban land, 2000-2006 (this table or the one on next slide?)

  10. Alternative Table 2.4?

  11. Table 2.5: Flow accounts for Agriculture, 2000-2006

  12. Table 2.6 Flow accounts for Forest and semi-natural (2000-2006)

  13. Part 3

  14. Table 3.1: The land analytical and reporting units coded into the LEAC database Administrative units NUTS 0 (countries) NUTS 1 NUTS 2 NUTS 3 Cities Geographic regions Regional sea basins (according to international conventions on sea) Coastal zones (High and low coast, inland) Mountain areas (Massifs) Urban morphological zones Biogeographic regions (according to Natura 2000) Land cover units (Corine land cover) Land cover intensity in neighbourhoods (CORILIS modifiable layers) Dominant land cover and landscape type areas Elevation (lowland, upland, mountain) Others???

  15. Table 3.2: Definition of altitude classes used in LEAC Lowland: all land below 200 m; lowland can be subdivided between coastal zone (10 km strip from the coastline) and low inland. Upland: all land above 200 m and lower than 500 m, as well as up to 1 000 m when the average slopes in the 1 km² grid cells is < 2 % (i.e. a plateaux surface). Mountain: all land above higher than 1 000 m as well as land between 500 m and 1 000 m, when the average slope in a 3 km x 3 km grid cells is > 2 %.

  16. Part 4

  17. Table 4.1 LC01 Built up and associated areas LC02 Rainfed annual crops LC03 Irrigated agriculture, rice fields LC04 Permanent crops, agriculture plantations LC05 Mosaic agriculture LC06 Grassland and herbaceous vegetation LC07 Forests LC08 Transitional woodland LC09 Shrubland, bushland, heathland LC10 Sparsely vegetated areas LC11 Bare land LC12 Permanent snow and glaciers LC13 Open wetlands LC14 Inland water bodies LC15 Coastal water bodies LC16 Sea Potential classification of land cover change processes: LF01 Urban sprawl LF02 Land cover rotation within urban areas LF03 Conversion of land to agriculture LF04 Land cover rotation within agriculture LF05 Conversion of land to forest LF06 Land cover rotation within forested land LF07 Water bodies management LF08 Change due to natural and multiple causes

  18. Table 4.2: Correspondence between SEEA-Land Cover and the CORINE Land Cover Nomenclature

  19. Table 4.3:

  20. Table 4.4

  21. Table 4.5: Draft classification of ecosystem goods and services for CICES and its relationship to other classification systems SEEA 2003function