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51. 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 ...


52. 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 ...


53. 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 ...


54. 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 ...


55. 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 ...


56. 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 ...


57. 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 ...


58. 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 ...


59. 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 ...


60. 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 ...


61. 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 ...


62. 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 ...


63. Biogeographical Provinces [geodata_0162]
Biogeographical realms were established by Udvardy on the basis of geographic and historic elements, utilizing ground-breaking work as appears on this topic in the published literature. Udvardy's ...


64. Birds - Number of Threatened Species [geodata_0450]
Threatened species are those listed as Critically Endangered (CR), Endangered (EN) or Vulnerable (VU). CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (CR) A taxon is Critically Endangered when the best available evidence ...


65. Birds - Threatened Species as Percent of Species Evaluated [geodata_2029]
Threatened species are those listed as Critically Endangered (CR), Endangered (EN) or Vulnerable (VU). CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (CR) A taxon is Critically Endangered when the best available evidence ...


66. 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 ...


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


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


69. 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 ...


70. Carbon to the Atm. From Land-Use Change - Ann. Net Flux [geodata_1011]
Carbon to the Atmosphere from Land-Use Change - Annual Net Flux is a numeric database with annual estimations, from 1850 through 1990, of the net flux of carbon between terrestrial ecosystems and ...


71. 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 ...


72. Cereals - Area Harvested [geodata_2208]
Cereals also includes other cereals such as mixed grains and buckwheat. Crop production data refer to the actual harvested production from the field or orchard and gardens, excluding harvesting and ...


73. Cereals - Production [geodata_0001]
Cereals also includes other cereals such as mixed grains and buckwheat. Crop production data refer to the actual harvested production from the field or orchard and gardens, excluding harvesting and ...


74. Cereals - Yield [geodata_0839]
Cereals also includes other cereals such as mixed grains and buckwheat. The data reported under this element represent the harvested production per unit of harvested area for crop products. In most ...


75. 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 ...


76. 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 ...


77. Claimed Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) [geodata_0279]
The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is an international agreement that sets conditions and limits on the use and exploitation of the oceans. This Convention also sets the ...


78. Cloudiness, long-term mean monthly values (IIASA) [63a8f458-da8b-461a-afa4-7166d1cdc817]
The IIASA Climate Database was created at the International Institute for Applied System Analyses (IIASA; Laxenburg, Austria) by Rik Leemans and Wolfgang P. Cramer to represent current global climate. ...


79. 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 ...


80. 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 ...


81. Concentrations of Particulate Matter less than 10 microns (PM10) [geodata_1930]
Particulate matter concentrations refer to fine suspended particulates less than 10 microns in diameter (PM10) that are capable of penetrating deep into the respiratory tract and causing significant ...


82. Consumption of Ozone-Depleting Substances - All [geodata_2169]
Ozone-depleting substances are any substance containing chlorine or bromine that destroys the stratospheric ozone layer. The stratospheric ozone absorbs most of the biologically damaging ultraviolet ...


83. Consumption of Ozone-Depleting Substances - Carbon Tetrachloride [geodata_2171]
Consumption of Ozone-Depleting CFCs is the sum of the consumption of the weighted tons of the individual substances in the group—metric tons of the individual substance (defined in the Montreal Protocol ...


84. Consumption of Ozone-Depleting Substances - Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) [geodata_1571]
Consumption of Ozone-Depleting CFCs is the sum of the consumption of the weighted tons of the individual substances in the group—metric tons of the individual substance (defined in the Montreal Protocol ...


85. Consumption of Ozone-Depleting Substances - Halons [geodata_2170]
Consumption of Ozone-Depleting CFCs is the sum of the consumption of the weighted tons of the individual substances in the group—metric tons of the individual substance (defined in the Montreal Protocol ...


86. Consumption of Ozone-Depleting Substances - Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) [geodata_1708]
Ozone-depleting substances are any substance containing chlorine or bromine that destroys the stratospheric ozone layer. The stratospheric ozone absorbs most of the biologically damaging ultraviolet ...


87. Consumption of Ozone-Depleting Substances - Methyl Bromide [geodata_1706]
Ozone-depleting substances are any substance containing chlorine or bromine that destroys the stratospheric ozone layer. The stratospheric ozone absorbs most of the biologically damaging ultraviolet ...


88. Consumption of Ozone-Depleting Substances - Methyl Chloroform [geodata_2172]
Consumption of Ozone-Depleting CFCs is the sum of the consumption of the weighted tons of the individual substances in the group—metric tons of the individual substance (defined in the Montreal Protocol ...


89. Continental Shelf Area [geodata_1085]
According to the UN Convention of the Law of the Sea, the Continental Shelf is the area of the seabed and subsoil which extends beyond the territorial sea to a distance of 200 nautical miles from ...


90. Continuos Fields Tree Cover [geodata_1385]
This prototype data set contains 1km cells estimating percent tree cover. Each pixel in the layers has a value between 10 and 80 percent. These layers can be directly used as parameters in models ...


91. Continuos Fields Tree Cover (Africa) [geodata_1387]
This prototype data set contains 1km cells estimating percent tree cover. Each pixel in the layers has a value between 10 and 80 percent. These layers can be directly used as parameters in models ...


92. Continuos Fields Tree Cover (Asia) [geodata_1388]
This prototype data set contains 1km cells estimating percent tree cover. Each pixel in the layers has a value between 10 and 80 percent. These layers can be directly used as parameters in models ...


93. Continuos Fields Tree Cover (Europe) [geodata_1391]
This prototype data set contains 1km cells estimating percent tree cover. Each pixel in the layers has a value between 10 and 80 percent. These layers can be directly used as parameters in models ...


94. Continuos Fields Tree Cover (Middle East) [geodata_1386]
This prototype data set contains 1km cells estimating percent tree cover. Each pixel in the layers has a value between 10 and 80 percent. These layers can be directly used as parameters in models ...


95. Continuos Fields Tree Cover (North America) [geodata_1390]
This prototype data set contains 1km cells estimating percent tree cover. Each pixel in the layers has a value between 10 and 80 percent. These layers can be directly used as parameters in models ...


96. Continuos Fields Tree Cover (South America) [geodata_1389]
This prototype data set contains 1km cells estimating percent tree cover. Each pixel in the layers has a value between 10 and 80 percent. These layers can be directly used as parameters in models ...


97. Country Area [geodata_2135]
Country area, area of the country including area under inland water bodies, but excluding offshore territorial waters. Possible variations in the data may be due to updating and revisions of the country ...


98. Crude Birth Rate [geodata_0613]
Crude birth rate: number of births over a given period divided by the person-years lived by the population over that period. It is expressed as number of births per 1,000 population.


99. Crustaceans - Number of Threatened Species [geodata_2024]
Threatened species are those listed as Critically Endangered (CR), Endangered (EN) or Vulnerable (VU). CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (CR) A taxon is Critically Endangered when the best available evidence ...


100. Cyclones Winds - Hazard, Wind Speed 1000RP [99b2c1d2-f2fd-4133-848a-8de849b958f7]
This file contains the geographical distribution of wind field intensities (peak velocity of 5 seconds gusts) for the entire globe, for 1000 years return period. It was generated by integration of ...


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