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1. Animal Species - Threatened [geodata_1628]
"Threatened" includes species listed as Critically Endangered (CR), Endangered (EN) and Vulnerable (VU). A taxon is Critically Endangered when the best available evidence indicates that it meets ...


2. Change in Glacier Mass [geodata_1640]
This data set includes two graphs available at the "download data" section of the Portal: mean net balance, and mean glacier thickness change. They have been derived from measure, from glaciers in ...


3. Change in Glacier Mass - Mean Cumulative Net Balance [geodata_1641]
Annual and cumulative mass balance data of 30 'reference' glaciers with more than 30 years of continuous and ongoing obseration series. Mass balance values for 2010 are still preliminary. Global glaciers ...


4. Plant Species - Threatened [geodata_1632]
"Threatened" includes species listed as Critically Endangered (CR), Endangered (EN) and Vulnerable (VU). A taxon is Critically Endangered when the best available evidence indicates that it meets ...


5. Agricultural Area [geodata_1672]
Agricultural area, this category is the sum of areas under a) arable land - land under temporary agricultural crops (multiple-cropped areas are counted only once), temporary meadows for mowing or ...


6. Agricultural Area Certified Organic [geodata_2217]
Land area exclusively dedicated to organic agriculture and managed by applying organic agriculture methods. It refers to the land area fully converted to organic agriculture. It is the portion of ...


7. Agricultural Area Irrigated [geodata_2134]
Agricultural area irrigated, part of the full or partial control irrigated Agricultural land which is actually irrigated in a given year. Often, part of the equipped area is not irrigated for various ...


8. Agricultural Production Index Base 1999-2001 - Total [geodata_0123]
The FAO indices of agricultural production show the relative level of the aggregate volume of agricultural production for each year in comparison with the base period 1999-2001. They are based on ...


9. Agriculture Value Added - Percent of GDP [geodata_0331]
Agriculture corresponds to ISIC divisions 1-5 and includes forestry, hunting, and fishing, as well as cultivation of crops and livestock production. Value added is the net output of a sector after ...


10. Annual Precipitation [geodata_0067]
The original data took the form of a value for each month and each box on a 0.5 degree latitude / longitude grid. The annual values are the average of their constituent months, they have been calculated ...


11. Annual Temperature [geodata_1316]
The original data took the form of a value for each month and each box on a 0.5 degree latitude / longitude grid. The annual values are the average of their constituent months, they have been calculated ...


12. Anthropogenic Drivers of Change on Marine Ecosystems: Nutrient Pollution (Fertilizer) [geodata_2034]
The Nutrient Pollution (Fertilizer) dataset represents an anthropogenic driver of ecological change for marine ecosystem.


13. Aquaculture Production - Inland Waters [geodata_2125]
AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION The annual series of aquaculture production begin in 1950 for the quantities and in 1984 for the values. Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms including fish, mollusks, ...


14. Aquaculture Production - Marine [geodata_1644]
AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION The annual series of aquaculture production begin in 1950 for the quantities and in 1984 for the values. Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms including fish, mollusks, ...


15. Aquaculture Production - Total [geodata_0932]
AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION The annual series of aquaculture production begin in 1950 for the quantities and in 1984 for the values. Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms including fish, mollusks, ...


16. Arable Land [geodata_0686]
Arable Land: land under temporary crops (double-cropped areas are counted only once), temporary meadows for mowing or pasture, land under market and kitchen gardens and land temporarily fallow (less ...


17. Arable and Permanent Crops [geodata_0771]
Arable Land: land under temporary crops (double-cropped areas are counted only once), temporary meadows for mowing or pasture, land under market and kitchen gardens and land temporarily fallow (less ...


18. Arsenic in Groundwater - Probability of Occurrence [geodata_2240]
Global assessment of the probability of occurrence of excessive Arsenic concentrations


19. Artificial Surfaces and Associated Areas - from GlobCover Land Cover (v2.2) [geodata_2102]
Artificial surfaces and associated areas (urban areas greater than 50%), class 190, are extracted from the GlobCover Land Cover v22 map with a resolution of 300m.


20. Average Monthly Maximum Temperature - April [geodata_2066]
average monthly maximum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


21. Average Monthly Maximum Temperature - August [geodata_2070]
average monthly maximum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


22. Average Monthly Maximum Temperature - December [geodata_2074]
average monthly maximum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


23. Average Monthly Maximum Temperature - February [geodata_2064]
average monthly maximum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


24. Average Monthly Maximum Temperature - January [geodata_2063]
average monthly maximum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


25. Average Monthly Maximum Temperature - July [geodata_2069]
average monthly maximum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


26. Average Monthly Maximum Temperature - June [geodata_2068]
average monthly maximum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


27. Average Monthly Maximum Temperature - March [geodata_2065]
average monthly maximum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


28. Average Monthly Maximum Temperature - May [geodata_2067]
average monthly maximum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


29. Average Monthly Maximum Temperature - November [geodata_2073]
average monthly maximum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


30. Average Monthly Maximum Temperature - October [geodata_2072]
average monthly maximum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


31. Average Monthly Maximum Temperature - September [geodata_2071]
average monthly maximum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


32. Average Monthly Minimum Temperature - April [geodata_2078]
average monthly minimum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


33. Average Monthly Minimum Temperature - August [geodata_2082]
average monthly minimum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


34. Average Monthly Minimum Temperature - December [geodata_2086]
average monthly minimum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


35. Average Monthly Minimum Temperature - February [geodata_2076]
average monthly minimum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


36. Average Monthly Minimum Temperature - January [geodata_2075]
average monthly minimum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


37. Average Monthly Minimum Temperature - July [geodata_2081]
average monthly minimum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


38. Average Monthly Minimum Temperature - June [geodata_2080]
average monthly minimum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


39. Average Monthly Minimum Temperature - March [geodata_2077]
average monthly minimum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


40. Average Monthly Minimum Temperature - May [geodata_2079]
average monthly minimum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


41. Average Monthly Minimum Temperature - November [geodata_2085]
average monthly minimum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


42. Average Monthly Minimum Temperature - October [geodata_2084]
average monthly minimum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


43. Average Monthly Minimum Temperature - September [geodata_2083]
average monthly minimum temperature (°C * 10) These layers (grid data) cover the global land areas except Antarctica. spatial resolution is 30 seconds. WorldClim is a set of global climate layers ...


44. Blue Water Footprint of National Production [geodata_2252]
Blue water footprint ? Volume of surface and groundwater consumed as a result of the production of a good or service. Consumption refers to the volume of freshwater used and then evaporated or incorporated ...


45. Cadmium (Cd) Consumption [geodata_2128]
World metal consumption


46. Cadmium (Cd) Production [geodata_2127]
World metal production


47. Carbon Stock in Living Forest Biomass [geodata_2199]
CARBON STOCK The quantity of carbon in a “pool”, meaning a reservoir or system which has the capacity to accumulate or release carbon. Examples of carbon pools are Living biomass (including Above ...


48. Central Government Debt [geodata_0100]
Debt is the entire stock of direct government fixed-term contractual obligations to others outstanding on a particular date. It includes domestic and foreign liabilities such as currency and money ...


49. Concentration of Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) in Rivers, Lakes and Groundwater [geodata_1824]
BOD, Biological Oxygen Demand, gives an indication of the amount of organic matter present in water bodies. A certain amount of BOD is always present in water bodies, usually around 2 mg/l O2, while ...


50. Concentration of Nitrogen (NO3+NO2) in Rivers, Lakes and Groundwater [geodata_1825]
In water, nitrogen (N) occurs as nitrates (NO3-) and nitrites (NO2-). These are naturally occurring ions that are part of the nitrogen cycle. Nitrate is used mainly in inorganic fertilizers, and sodium ...


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