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Maanpinnan läpäisemättömyys (Imperviousness) 2012

Maanpinnan läpäisemättömyys (Imperviousness) 2012 is produced by the European Environment Agency (EEA)

Built-up areas are characterized by the substitution of the original (semi-) natural land cover or water surface with an artificial, often impervious cover. These artificial surfaces are usually maintained over long periods of time. The imperviousness HRL captures the spatial distribution of artificially sealed areas, including the level of sealing of the soil per area unit. The level of sealed soil (imperviousness degree 1-100%) is produced using an automatic algorithm based on calibrated NDVI.

Purpose of use: Ympäristöhallinnon käyttöön

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Kenttä Arvo
Metatietueen ID {01CECA72-64F7-4FFF-BD35-C88CC342D9ED}
Metatiedon pääasiallinen kieli eng
Metatiedosta vastaava organisaatio Suomen ympäristökeskus
Metatiedosta vastaavan organisaation yhteystieto
Metatiedosta vastaavan organisaation rooli pointOfContact
Metatiedon päivityspäivämäärä 2020-06-11
Koordinaattijärjestelmän EPSG-koodi, ks. EPSG:3067
Aineiston/järjestelmän päivämäärä 2015-11-17
Aineiston/järjestelmän päivämäärän tyyppi publication
Aineiston/järjestelmän yksilöivä tunnus
Aineistosta/järjestelmästä vastaava organisaatio Suomen ympäristökeskus
Aineistosta/järjestelmästä vastaavan organisaation yhteystieto
Aineistosta/järjestelmästä vastaavan organisaation rooli resourceProvider
INSPIRE-teema Land cover
GEMET-asiasana remote sensing
GEMET-asiasana built-up area
GEMET-asiasana land cover
Resurssityyppi Paikkatietoaineisto
Käyttörajoitteet ja lähdemerkintä

Access to data is based on a principle of full, open and free access as established by the Copernicus data and information policy Regulation (EU) No 1159/2013 of 12 July 2013. This regulation establishes registration and licensing conditions for GMES/Copernicus users and can be found here: Free, full and open access to this data set is made on the conditions that: 1. When distributing or communicating Copernicus dedicated data and Copernicus service information to the public, users shall inform the public of the source of that data and information. 2. Users shall make sure not to convey the impression to the public that the user's activities are officially endorsed by the Union. 3. Where that data or information has been adapted or modified, the user shall clearly state this. 4. The data remain the sole property of the European Union.

Copyright information: Source EEA, Copernicus/EU, SYKE


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Aineiston/järjestelmän tyyppi grid
Aineiston/järjestelmän kieli eng
Aineiston/järjestelmän aiheluokka environment
Palvelun tyyppi
Ajallisen kattavuuden alku unknown
Ajallisen kattavuuden loppu unknown
Aineiston/tietojärjestelmän historiatiedot

Production and updating of the high resolution layers (including the degree of imperviousness) are organized centrally covering whole of EU by European Environment Agency (EEA) as part of Copernicus land monitoing ( The product is derived by semi-automatic classification and computer aided visual refinement, based on ESA provided HR satellite imagery (DWH_M62_CORE_01). The imagery is provided as COV1: mainly IRS RS2 and SPOT 4/5 in 20 and 25m spatial resolution, and as COV2: RapidEye. Finnish Environent Institute and National Board of Survey (former Finnish Geodetic Institute) validated and enhanced (see enhancement report) the data covering Finland. Nnational data sources, for example topographic database, Digiroad and high resolution Corine land cover 2012 were utilized in the enhancement. The final, external validation of the data sets will be finnished early 2016.

Processing history: High resolution layer imperviousness 2012 includes gaps due to clouds and their shadows in the input satellite data coverage. The gaps were filled in Finnish Environment Institute using imperviousness data in the reference years 2006 and 2009.


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