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Available map layers (55)

WCMC-013-SeagrassPoints2005 (geonode:Seagrass)

This dataset shows the global distribution of seagrasses, and is composed of two subsets of point and polygon occurence data. The data were compiled by UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre in collaboration with many collaborators (e.g. Frederick Short of the University of New Hampshire), organisations (e.g. OSPAR), and projects (e.g. the European project Mediterranean Sensitive Habitats "Mediseh"), across the globe (full list available in "Seagrass_Metadata_v4.dbf"). http://data.unep-wcmc.org/datasets/7

WDPA_poly (geonode:WDPA_Polygon)

The World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA) is the most comprehensive global database of marine and terrestrial protected areas and is one of the key global biodiversity datasets being widely used by scientists, businesses, governments, International secretariats and others to inform planning, policy decisions and management. The WDPA is a joint project between UN Environment and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The compilation and management of the WDPA is carried out by UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC), in collaboration with governments, non-governmental organisations, academia and industry. There are monthly updates of the data which are made available online through the Protected Planet website where the data is both viewable and downloadable. http://data.unep-wcmc.org/datasets/1

WDPA_point (geonode:WDPA_point)

The World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA) is the most comprehensive global database of marine and terrestrial protected areas and is one of the key global biodiversity datasets being widely used by scientists, businesses, governments, International secretariats and others to inform planning, policy decisions and management. The WDPA is a joint project between UN Environment and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The compilation and management of the WDPA is carried out by UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC), in collaboration with governments, non-governmental organisations, academia and industry. There are monthly updates of the data which are made available online through the Protected Planet website where the data is both viewable and downloadable. http://data.unep-wcmc.org/datasets/1

_11_0_0_0 (geonode:_11_0_0_0)

No abstract provided

_16_major_river_1_2 (geonode:_16_major_river_1_2)

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_16_major_river_2_3 (geonode:_16_major_river_2_3)

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_16_major_river_3_4 (geonode:_16_major_river_3_4)

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_16_major_river_4_5 (geonode:_16_major_river_4_5)

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_16_major_rivers_1 (geonode:_16_major_rivers_1)

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_23_557 (geonode:_23_557)

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_2bataan_zones_6 (geonode:_2bataan_zones_6)

No abstract provided

abc1_7 (geonode:abc1_7)

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abril_8 (geonode:abril_8)

No abstract provided

albania_admin_bounda_10 (geonode:albania_admin_bounda_10)

No abstract provided

albania_admin_bounda_11 (geonode:albania_admin_bounda_11)

No abstract provided

albania_admin_bounda_12 (geonode:albania_admin_bounda_12)

No abstract provided

albania_administrati_9 (geonode:albania_administrati_9)

No abstract provided

albania_caves_13 (geonode:albania_caves_13)

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albania_emerald_netw_14 (geonode:albania_emerald_netw_14)

No abstract provided

albania_emerald_netw_15 (geonode:albania_emerald_netw_15)

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albania_hydroelectri_16 (geonode:albania_hydroelectri_16)

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albania_industry_17 (geonode:albania_industry_17)

No abstract provided

albania_mineral_and__18 (geonode:albania_mineral_and__18)

No abstract provided

albania_mining_19 (geonode:albania_mining_19)

No abstract provided

albania_solid_waste__20 (geonode:albania_solid_waste__20)

No abstract provided

albania_urban_areas_21 (geonode:albania_urban_areas_21)

No abstract provided

albania_wastewater_t_22 (geonode:albania_wastewater_t_22)

No abstract provided

albania_watersheds_23 (geonode:albania_watersheds_23)

No abstract provided

aoi_atsea_21062013_24 (geonode:aoi_atsea_21062013_24)

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area_de_estudio_1_25 (geonode:area_de_estudio_1_25)

No abstract provided

asfalto_26 (geonode:asfalto_26)

No abstract provided

baikal_basin_populat_330 (geonode:baikal_basin_populat_330)

No abstract provided

baikal_basin_sub_bas_331 (geonode:baikal_basin_sub_bas_331)

No abstract provided

basins_country_units (geonode:basins_country_units)

No abstract provided

cage (geonode:cage)

No abstract provided

wcmc_008_coralreefs2010_coarse (geonode:coral_reefs)

This dataset shows the global distribution of coral reefs in tropical and subtropical regions. It is the most comprehensive global dataset of warm-water coral reefs to date, acting as a foundation baseline map for future, more detailed, work. This dataset was compiled from a number of sources by UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC) and the WorldFish Centre, in collaboration with WRI (World Resources Institute) and TNC (The Nature Conservancy). Data sources include the Millennium Coral Reef Mapping Project (IMaRS-USF and IRD 2005, IMaRS-USF 2005) and the World Atlas of Coral Reefs (Spalding et al. 2001).10_coarse

countries (geonode:countries)

here are 247 countries in the world. Greenland as separate from Denmark. Most users will want this file instead of sovereign states. http://www.naturalearthdata.com

Guyot geomorphic feature layer (geonode:guyots)

The guyot geomorphic feature layer represents the spatial extent of the guyots of the worlds oceans based on interpretation of the SRTM30 plus v7 global bathymetry model. The layer is one of the 25 layers that make up the global seafloor geomorphic features map (Harris et.al. 2014). Guyots are “an isolated (or group of) seamount (s) having a comparatively smooth flat top. Also called tablemount(s)” (IHO, 2008). In this study the seamount base layer was used to mask the SRTM30_PLUS model. The gradient of the resulting grid was calculated (ArcGIS 10->DEM Surface Tools (Jenness 2012)->Slope, Slope computation method = 4-cell method). The gradient was classified into areas >2 degrees and areas <2 degrees. The areas less than two degrees were converted into vector layers. Where these occurred at the top of seamounts and were greater than a minimum size threshold (10 km2) they were flagged as possible guyots. These possible guyots were then visually checked and either classified as a guyot or a seamount. Additionally the remaining seamounts were visually checked to see whether any with flat tops had been missed in the classification process. The geomorphic features map of Agapova et al (1979) was used in addition to the GEBCO Gazetteer of geographic names of undersea features (IHO-IOC, 2012), to ensure all previously mapped features were assessed for inclusion in our map.

Transboundary aquifers (geonode:iw_aquifers)

International Groundwater Resources Assessment Centre (http://www.igrac.net)

iw_river_line (geonode:iw_river_line)

No abstract provided

Transboundary lakes (geonode:iwl_lakes_polygon)

World Wildlife Fund, Conservation Science Data and Tools (http://worldwildlife.org/pages/conservation-science-data-and-tools)

iw_oceans_polygon (geonode:iwl_oceans_polygon)

No abstract provided

LMEs (geonode:lmes66gcd)

Watersheds of the World published by the World Resources Institute (http://www.wri.org/publication/watersheds-of-the-world), GIWA Large Marine Ecosystem/Basin Delineation (http://www.unep.org/dewa/giwa)

LMEs, Ocean Health Index (geonode:lmes_ohi_subgoals)

The Ocean Health Index is comprised of 10 publically-held values and goals for healthy and vibrant marine ecosystems, with health defined as the sustainable delivery of the full range of benefits to people now and in the future.

Mangrove biomass (tonnes per hectare) (geonode:mangrove)

This dataset shows the modelled global patterns of above-ground biomass of mangrove forests. The dataset was developed by the Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge, with support from The Nature Conservancy. The work is based on a review of 95 field studies on carbon storage and fluxes in mangroves world-wide. A climate-based model for potential mangrove above-ground biomass was developed, with almost four times the explanatory power of the only previous published model. The map highlights the high variability in mangrove above-ground biomass and indicates areas that could be prioritised for mangrove conservation and restoration. Legend: http://ec2-54-204-216-109.compute-1.amazonaws.com:6080/arcgis/rest/services/marine/TNC_001_GlobalMangroveBiomass2014/MapServer/legend Source: http://data.unep-wcmc.org/datasets/39tare)

manila_bay_administr_466 (geonode:manila_bay_administr_466)

No abstract provided

manila_bay_mgt_bdry_467 (geonode:manila_bay_mgt_bdry_467)

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manila_bay_mgt_bdry__468 (geonode:manila_bay_mgt_bdry__468)

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map_point_472 (geonode:map_point_472)

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mapa_geologico4326_469 (geonode:mapa_geologico4326_469)

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mapa_geologico_falla_470 (geonode:mapa_geologico_falla_470)

No abstract provided

mapa_geologico_provi_471 (geonode:mapa_geologico_provi_471)

No abstract provided

marine_ecoregions (geonode:marine_ecoregions)

No abstract provided

Seamount geomorphic feature layer (geonode:seamounts)

The seamount geomorphic feature layer represents the spatial extent of the seamounts of the worlds oceans based on interpretation of the SRTM30 plus v7 global bathymetry model. The layer is one of the 25 layers that make up the global seafloor geomorphic features map (Harris et.al. 2014). Seamounts are “a discrete (or group of) large isolated elevation(s), greater than 1,000 m in relief above the sea floor, characteristically of conical form” (IHO, 2008). Seamounts are thus defined as peaks that rise over 1,000 m above the seafloor, calculated based on the SRTM30_PLUS model. We adhered strictly to the requirement that seamounts are “of conical form”, thus distinguishing “seamounts” (having a length/with ratio <2) from ridges (having a length/width ratio ≥2). The criterion of a length/with ratio <2 for seamounts is consistent with the geomorphic analysis of Mitchell (2001). Seamounts are, furthermore, distinguished from flat-topped guyots.

Transboundary River Basins (geonode:transboundary_river_basins)

Transboundary Freshwater Dispute Database, Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University (http://www.transboundarywaters.orst.edu), Watersheds of the World published by the World Resources Institute (http://www.wri.org/publication/watersheds-of-the-world)

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