Search Help
Thumbnail Icon [Data_Center: Short_Name='UNEP/DEWA/GRID-EUROPE']


Refine by Category
 
Refine by Full text

 

532 Titles Match Your Query
Showing 1 through 50 of 532 Next
1. Fluoride in Groundwater - Probability of Occurrence [geodata_2241]
Global assessment of the probability of occurrence of excessive Fluoride concentrations


2. Water Quality for Major Watersheds [geodata_1512]
The data are presented by watershed (drainage basin). The 82 watersheds represent major world rivers, or smaller rivers that have regional significance. Water quality data are strongly site dependant, ...


3. 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 ...


4. Global 1Km Land Cover - UMD Legend (Asia) [geodata_1380]
AVHRR data were resampled to a spatial resolution of one by one degree and used to carry out a conventional, supervised classification of global land cover. Classifications have also proceeded at ...


5. 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 ...


6. 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 ...


7. 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 ...


8. 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 ...


9. 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 ...


10. 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 ...


11. 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 ...


12. 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.


13. Emissions of CH4 - (National Reports, UNFCCC), Excluding Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry [geodata_2001]
Emissions of CH4 without LULUCF: Total emissions and removals without emissions from activities relating to land use, land-use change and forestry (from the following categories: forest land, cropland, ...


14. Emissions of CH4 - (National Reports, UNFCCC), Including Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry [geodata_2004]
Emissions of CH4 with LULUCF: Total emissions and removals from activities relating to land use, land-use change and forestry (from the following categories: forest land, cropland, grassland, wetlands, ...


15. Emissions of CO - Total (National Reports, UNFCCC) [geodata_1835]
National figures only include data from UNFCCC Greenhouse Gas Inventory (GHG) Annex I Parties. These inventory data are provided in the national communications under the Convention by Annex I and ...


16. Emissions of CO2 - (National Reports, UNFCCC), Excluding Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry [geodata_1998]
Emissions of CO2 without LULUCF corresponds to total emissions and removals without activities relating to land use, land-use change and forestry (from the following categories: forest land, cropland, ...


17. Emissions of CO2 - (National Reports, UNFCCC), Including Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry [geodata_1995]
Emissions of CO2 with LULUCF corresponds to total emissions and removals from activities relating to land use, land-use change and forestry (from the following categories: forest land, cropland, grassland, ...


18. Emissions of GHGs - from Agriculture (National Reports, UNFCCC) [geodata_1988]
Emission ghgs from agriculture correspond to all anthropogenic emissions from agriculture except for fuel combustion and sewage emissions.


19. Emissions of GHGs - from Industrial Processes (National Reports, UNFCCC) [geodata_1986]
Emissions of ghgs from industrial processes corresponds to emissions by-product or fugitive emissions of greenhouse gases from industrial processes. Emissions from fuel combustion in industry are ...


20. Emissions of GHGs - from Transport (National Reports, UNFCCC) [geodata_1993]
Emissions of ghgs from transport correspond to the emissions from the combustion and evaporation of fuel for all transport activity, regardless of the sector. Emissions from fuel sold to any air or ...


21. Emissions of GHGs - from Waste (National Reports, UNFCCC) [geodata_1982]
Emissions of ghgs from waste correspond to the total emissions from solid waste disposal on land, wastewater, waste incineration and any other waste management activity. Any CO2 emissions from fossil-based ...


22. Emissions of NMVOC - Total (National Reports, UNFCCC) [geodata_1843]
National figures only include data from UNFCCC Greenhouse Gas Inventory (GHG) Annex I Parties. These inventory data are provided in the national communications under the Convention by Annex I and ...


23. Emissions of NO2 (National Reports, UNFCCC), Excluding Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry [geodata_1980]
Emissions of NO2, Without LULUCF correspond to total emissions of NO2 without emissions and removals from activities relating to land use, land-use change and forestry (from the following categories: ...


24. Emissions of NO2 (National Reports, UNFCCC), Including Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry [geodata_1977]
Emissions of NO2, With LULUCF correspond to total emissions of NO2 and removals from activities relating to land use, land-use change and forestry (from the following categories: forest land, cropland, ...


25. Emissions of NOX - Total (National Reports, UNFCCC) [geodata_1846]
Nitrogen dioxide is a poisonous, pungent gas formed when nitric oxide combines with hydrocarbons and sunlight, producing a photochemical reaction. These conditions occur in both natural and anthropogenic ...


26. Emissions of SO2 - Total (National Reports, UNFCCC) [geodata_1840]
Sulfur dioxide is an air pollutant produced when fossil fuels containing sulfur are burned. It contributes to acid rain and can damage human health, particularly that of the young and the elderly. ...


27. Emissions of Total GHG (CO2, CH4, N2O, HFCs, PFCs and SF6) (National Reports, UNFCCC), Including Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry [geodata_1198]
Emissions of Total GHG (CO2, CH4, N2O, HFCs, PFCs and SF6) (UNFCCC), Excluding Land-Use Change and Forestry The Global Warming Potential (GWP) is an index used to translate the level of emissions ...


28. Fertility [geodata_0049]
The average number of children a hypothetical cohort of women would have at the end of their reproductive period if they were subject during their whole lives to the fertility rates of a given period ...


29. Forests - Current [geodata_0180]
UNEP-WCMC has been gathering and compiling spatial data on the extent and conservation status of forests since 1987. Until 1995, WCMC's work focused on tropical moist forests because of their high ...


30. Forests - Original [geodata_0179]
UNEP-WCMC has been gathering and compiling spatial data on the extent and conservation status of forests since 1987. Until 1995, WCMC's work focused on tropical moist forests because of their high ...


31. Global 1Km Land Cover - UMD Legend [geodata_1377]
AVHRR data were resampled to a spatial resolution of one by one degree and used to carry out a conventional, supervised classification of global land cover. Classifications have also proceeded at ...


32. Global 1Km Land Cover - UMD Legend (Africa) [geodata_1379]
AVHRR data were resampled to a spatial resolution of one by one degree and used to carry out a conventional, supervised classification of global land cover. Classifications have also proceeded at ...


33. Global 1Km Land Cover - UMD Legend (Europe) [geodata_1383]
AVHRR data were resampled to a spatial resolution of one by one degree and used to carry out a conventional, supervised classification of global land cover. Classifications have also proceeded at ...


34. Global 1Km Land Cover - UMD Legend (Middle East) [geodata_1378]
AVHRR data were resampled to a spatial resolution of one by one degree and used to carry out a conventional, supervised classification of global land cover. Classifications have also proceeded at ...


35. Global 1Km Land Cover - UMD Legend (North America) [geodata_1382]
AVHRR data were resampled to a spatial resolution of one by one degree and used to carry out a conventional, supervised classification of global land cover. Classifications have also proceeded at ...


36. Global 1Km Land Cover - UMD Legend (South America) [geodata_1381]
AVHRR data were resampled to a spatial resolution of one by one degree and used to carry out a conventional, supervised classification of global land cover. Classifications have also proceeded at ...


37. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2000 [geodata_2223]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


38. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2001 [geodata_2224]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


39. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2002 [geodata_2232]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


40. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2003 [geodata_2225]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


41. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2004 [geodata_2226]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


42. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2005 [geodata_2227]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


43. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2006 [geodata_2228]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


44. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2007 [geodata_2229]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


45. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2008 [geodata_2230]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


46. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2009 [geodata_2231]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


47. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2010 [geodata_2237]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


48. Human Poverty Index for Developing Countries (HPI-1) [geodata_1896]
While the HDI measures average achievement, the HPI-1 measures deprivations in the three basic dimensions of human development captured in the HDI: - A long and healthy life vulnerability to death ...


49. Infant Mortality Rate [geodata_0776]
Infant mortality: probability of dying between birth and exact age 1. It is expressed as deaths per 1,000 births.


50. Life Expectancy [geodata_0237]
Life expectancy: The average number of years of life expected by a hypothetical cohort of individuals who would be subject during all their lives to the mortality rates of a given period. It is expressed ...


Showing 1 through 50 of 532 Next
Click here for a static view of records.

-->