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  • SCIENCE AREAS Environment and climate change Agriculture and food security
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G2 soil erosion model data

G2 generic model for soil erosion applied to 5 application areas (Crete island,Cyprus, Ishmi-Erzeni watershed, Korce, Strymonas/Struma); available layers: Soil erosion (Total & Monthly) plus Rainfall erosivity (Total & Monthly), vegetation retention (Total & M...

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EU estimated agricultural balance sheets

A simplified balance sheet to estimate apparent consumption of meat, crops and dairy products, olive oil and wine, at Member State level. It combines trade data from Eurostat COMEXT database and DG AGRI's short-term outlook for EU agricultural markets to provi...

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Manure and soil biodiversity

This dataset includes the spatial distribution of manure in EU and UK (per country, animal type) plus the database of the literature used to review interactions between Manure and Soil biodiversity

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EU Biomass flows

The dataset stores harmonised data on biomass supply, uses and flows in the EU compiled by the JRC Units contributing to the Biomass assessment study. This dataset mirrors the diagrams displayed in the interactive EU Biomass Flows tool that represent the flows...

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GDO Ensemble Soil Moisture Anomaly (version 2.3.0)

Soil moisture anomaly maps are computed on a 30-day moving window at a spatial resolution of 0.1 decimal degrees and updated every 10 days. Moving windows have an ordinal reference: - 1st window of month M goes from day 11 of month M-1 to day 10 of month M (e....

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Fisheries landings & effort: data by c-square (2015-2019)

The spatial dataset (years 2015-2019) published on this page is a subset of the data provided by EU Member States in the context of the DCF (Data Collection Framework) data call collecting Fisheries Dependent Information (FDI). The data provided by Member Stat...

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Biodiversity factor in soil erosion.

A biological factor to be included in soil erosion modelling. The available data for Earthwork diversity (richness and abundance) introduced a new "earthworm factor" to be incorporated in soil erosion modelling.