Joint Research Centre Data Catalogue - datasetsA RSS feed containing the selected datasets of the Joint Research Centre Data Catalogue.ODCAT2022 European Commission2018-12-20T09:38:35Z12020LUISAUDP - PM10 emissions, 2010 - 2030 (JRC LUISA Reference Scenario 2016)2018-12-14T09:43:03Z2018-12-20T09:38:35Z Total quantity of PM10 emitted by human activities (100 kg/year).LUISAUDP - Atmospheric emissions of PM2.5, 2010 - 2030 (JRC LUISA Reference Scenario 2016)2018-12-14T09:43:03Z2018-12-20T09:38:35ZThe indicator shows the spatial distribution of PM2.5 (sub-25µm particulate matter in 100 kg/year) emissions over Europe. LUISAUI - Amount of Green infrastructure per capita (LUISA Platform REF2014)2018-12-14T09:42:57Z2018-12-20T09:38:35ZGreen Infrastructure (GI) is defined as a strategically planned and delivered network of high quality green spaces and other environmental features that are structurally and functionally “interconnected and therefore bring added benefits and are more resilient”. GI includes natural and semi-natural areas, features and green spaces in rural and urban, terrestrial, freshwater, coastal and marine areas. GI is calculated by reclassifying the LUISA land use map and provided in ha per capita.LUISAUI - Share of green infrastructure (LUISA Platform REF2014)2018-12-14T09:42:56Z2018-12-20T09:38:35ZGreen Infrastructure (GI) is defined as a strategically planned and delivered network of high quality green spaces and other environmental features that are structurally and functionally “interconnected and therefore bring added benefits and are more resilient”. GI includes natural and semi-natural areas, features and green spaces in rural and urban, terrestrial, freshwater, coastal and marine areas. This indicator is expressed as the share of GI.LUISAUDP - Share of green infrastructure, 2010 - 2050 (JRC LUISA Reference Scenario 2016)2018-12-14T09:43:01Z2018-12-20T09:38:35ZGreen Infrastructure (GI) is defined as a network of high quality green spaces and other environmental features. GI includes natural and semi-natural areas, features and green spaces in rural and urban, terrestrial, freshwater, coastal and marine areas. This indicator is expressed as the share of GI relative to other land-uses.LUISAUDP - Population density, 2010 - 2050 (JRC LUISA Reference Scenario 2016)2018-12-14T09:43:02Z2018-12-20T09:38:35ZTotal population divided by total area (person/km2). This indicator is calculated by dividing the projected population in a region by the total area of the region.LUISAUDP - Population, 2010 - 2050 (JRC LUISA Trend Scenario 2016)2018-12-14T09:43:02Z2018-12-20T09:38:35ZThis indicator sums up populations (total number of inhabitants) issued from LUISA model runs at a specified administrative level.LUISAUI - Boundaries for the functional urban areas (LUISA Platform REF2014)2018-12-14T09:42:57Z2018-12-20T09:38:35ZA functional urban area consists of a city plus its commuting zone. This was formerly known as LUZ (larger urban zone). The source for the boundaries is: EuroGeographics Association for the administrative boundaries and DG REGIO.LUISAUI - Atmospheric emissions of CO (LUISA Platform REF2014)2018-12-14T09:43:00Z2018-12-20T09:38:35ZThe indicator shows the spatial distribution of CO (Carbon monixide) emissions over Europe. The total emissions for each country are derived from the GAINS model. This is the first version of the dataset (1.0) and it has not been extensively validated yet.LUISAUDP - Population weighted density, 2010 - 2050 (JRC LUISA Reference Scenario 2016)2018-12-14T09:43:02Z2018-12-20T09:38:35ZPopulation weighted density refers to a metric which measures the density at which the average citizen lives. It is calculated by taking weighted average of the density of all parcels of land that make up a city, with each parcel weighted by its population (using the formula D=Σ(Pidi)/ΣPi, where D is the population-weighted density of an metro area and Pi and di the respective population and density of each “parcels”). For this indicator, we extend this concept to larger geographical boundaries (LAU2 or country) and consider 1km pixels as “parcels”. The unit of the indicator is person / km2.LUISAUI - Population weighted density (LUISA Platform REF2014)2018-12-14T09:42:57Z2018-12-20T09:38:35ZPopulation weighted density refers to a metric which measures the density at which the average citizen lives. It is calculated by taking weighted average of the density of all parcels of land that make up a city, with each parcel weighted by its population (using the formula D=Σ(Pidi)/ΣPi, where D is the population-weighted density of an metro area and Pi and di the respective population and density of each “parcels”). For this indicator, we extend this concept to larger geographical boundaries (LAU2 or country) and consider 1ha pixels as “parcels”. The unit of the indicator is person / ha.LUISAUI - Total population (LUISA Platform REF2014)2018-12-14T09:42:57Z2018-12-20T09:38:35ZThis indicator sums up populations issued from LUISA model runs at a specified administrative level.