Technical and methodological guide for updating corine land cover database
One of the most important achievements in 1998–1999 of Phare Topic Link on Land Cover has been the development and practical application of a methodological approach to landscape change identification and analysis in the territories of four Phare countries (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, and the Slovak Republic).The changes were identified on a national level from Landsat TM and MSS satellite images by application of the CORINE Land Cover databases for two time horizons (the late 1970s and early 1990s) at the second hierarchic level.Based on identified causality, the landscape changes were grouped into 7 types: intensification of agriculture, extensification of agriculture, urbanisation-industrialisation, enlargement (exhaustion) of natural resources, afforestation, deforestation and other anthropogenic causes.The results of the groupings are presented in the form of contingency tables and maps showing the spatial distribution of the changes.From the point of view of total extent, forest landscape changed the most in the Czech Republic.
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Du point de vue de l'étendue totale, le paysage forestier changeait le plus en République Tchèque.
Ce changement représente une réduction de la forêt de 167.702 ha et une augmentation des zones de transition forêt-buisson d'environ 26.339 ha.
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