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  • INSPIRE only addresses data held by public authorities (or by a third party on behalf of a public authority) INSPIRE will only affect public authorities which are the custodian of relevant data that needs to be reported, collected or disseminated to a higher level of administration. Data collected for local purposes only falls not under INSPIRE. INSPIRE covers in its scope 34 themes of data , which, as you will recognise, are used for developing information systems for a wide variety of applications.
  • INSPIRE only addresses data held by public authorities (or by a third party on behalf of a public authority) INSPIRE will only affect public authorities which are the custodian of relevant data that needs to be reported, collected or disseminated to a higher level of administration. Data collected for local purposes only falls not under INSPIRE. INSPIRE covers in its scope 34 themes of data , which, as you will recognise, are used for developing information systems for a wide variety of applications.
  • The INSPIRE Directive is of paramount importance for the harmonized access to geospatial information in Europe. The INSPIRE Directive was published in 2007 and is a European Law telling member states to set-up and operate a national spatial data infrastructure . The INSPIRE components are further detailed in so-called Implementing Rules that harmonize the documentation , access , and use of data in the scope of INSPIRE. Also these Implementing Rules are European Legal acts that Member States have to implement.
  • The INSPIRE Directive is of paramount importance for the harmonized access to geospatial information in Europe. The INSPIRE Directive was published in 2007 and is a European Law telling member states to set-up and operate a national spatial data infrastructure . The INSPIRE components are further detailed in so-called Implementing Rules that harmonize the documentation , access , and use of data in the scope of INSPIRE. Also these Implementing Rules are European Legal acts that Member States have to implement.
  • Introduction to Cadcorp SIS 6.2 SeaZone Solutions Additional Notes
  • INSPIRE only addresses data held by public authorities (or by a third party on behalf of a public authority) INSPIRE will only affect public authorities which are the custodian of relevant data that needs to be reported, collected or disseminated to a higher level of administration. Data collected for local purposes only falls not under INSPIRE. INSPIRE covers in its scope 34 themes of data , which, as you will recognise, are used for developing information systems for a wide variety of applications.
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    • 1. INSPIRE- a concrete contribution to spatial planning The INSPIRE Team Vanda Nunes de Lima (DG JRC) Plan4all Final Conference Brussels, 13 October 2011
    • 2. Outline
      • INSPIRE Directive
      • INSPIRE Data specification- interoperability of spatial data sets and services
      • Collaboration between Plan4all Project and INSPIRE developments
      • Spatial planning and INSPIRE
      INSPIRE progress
    • 3. Scope INSPIRE Directive
      • Establishment of the Infrastructure for Spatial Information in E.C., for the purposes of Community environmental policies or activities which may have an impact on the environment.
      • Spatial data held by or on behalf of a public authority operating down to the lowest level of government when laws or regulations require their collection or dissemination
      • INSPIRE covers 34 Spatial Data Themes laid down in 3 Annexes
        • required to successfully build environmental information systems
    • 4. INSPIRE principles
      • Data should be collected once and maintained at the level where this can be done most effectively
      • INSPIRE to be based on the infrastructures for spatial information established and operated by the Member States .
      • INSPIRE does not require collection of new spatial data
      • Combine seamlessly spatial data from different sources and share it between many users and applications (the concept of interoperability)
      • Spatial data should be collected at one level of government and shared between all levels
      • Spatial data needed for good governance should be available on conditions that are not restricting its extensive use
      • It should be easy to discover which spatial data is available, to evaluate its fitness for purpose and to know which conditions apply for its use
      INSPIRE lays down general rules to establish an infrastructure for spatial information in Europe for the purposes of Community environmental policies and policies or activities which may have an impact on the environment .
    • 5. INSPIRE Components
      • INSPIRE is a Framework Directive
      • Detailed technical provisions laid down in Implementing Rules on
        • Metadata
        • Interoperability of spatial data sets and services
        • Network services ( discovery, view, download, transformation, invoke )
        • Data and Service sharing (policy)
        • Coordination and measures for Monitoring & Reporting
      • Once adopted, Implementing Rules become European legislative acts and national law in 27 Member States and in some EFTA countries
      • Technical Guidelines – serves as basis for Implementing Rules and provides further explanations and practical advice for implementation
    • 6. INSPIRE Policy Foundations
      • The EU 6th Environmental Action Programme 2002-2012
        • Seven Thematic Strategies
        • 1. Clean Air For Europe (CAFE)
        • 2. Soil protection
        • 3. Sustainable use of pesticides
        • 4. Marine environment
        • 5. Waste prevention and recycling
        • 6. Sustainable use of natural resources
        • 7. Urban environment
        • Four Priorities
        • 1. Climate Change
        • 2. Nature and Biodiversity
        • 3. Environment and Health
        • 4. Natural resources and waste
      + Mitigation of natural and man-made hazards leading to disasters Focus on « knowledge-based » policy making and assessment
    • 7. Bringing data together through a Spatial Data Infrastructure Data easily discoverable and accessible to users spatial data infrastructure makes it possible to connect data located at different sources, different sectors, different thematic communities Easier development of new applications and services Components Institutional framework Data Services Fundamental data sets Technical standards
    • 8. INSPIRE Legal Acts published in the Official Journal
      • Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 March 2007 establishing an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE) 14.03.2007
      • INSPIRE Metadata Regulation 03.12.2008
      • Commission Decision regarding INSPIRE monitoring and reporting 05.06.2009
      • Regulation on INSPIRE Network Services 19.10.2009 (View and discovery)
      • Corrigendum to INSPIRE Metadata Regulation 15.12.2009
      • Regulation on INSPIRE Data and Service Sharing 29.03.2010
      • Commission Regulation amending Regulation (EC) No 976/2009 as regards download services and transformation services 10.12.2010
      • COMMISSION REGULATION implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services 10.12.2010 (Annex I)
      • COMMISSION REGULATION amending Regulation 1089/2010 as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services 05.02.2011 (code list)
      European law affecting 30+ countries, 21+ languages
    • 9. Interoperability of Spatial data sets
      • Regulation published in Official Journal
        • COMMISSION REGULATION implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services 10.12.2010 (Annex I)
        • COMMISSION REGULATION amending Regulation 1089/2010 as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services 05.02.2011 (code list)
        • 9Technical Guidelines published
      INSPIRE progress
      • Annex I
        • Coordinate reference systems
        • Geographical grid systems
        • Geographical names
        • Administrative units
        • Addresses
        • Cadastral parcels
        • Transport networks
        • Hydrography
        • Protected sites
    • 10. Data interoperability: “Why” datasets ... ... ... ... Network Service
      • User has to deal with interpreting and processing heterogeneous data from different sources and formats to answer his requirements.
      • Lack of interoperability
      • Time Consuming
      • Expert Profiles
      • Interoperability
      • Time Saving
      • User Profiles
      Provide access to spatial data via network services and according to a harmonized Data Specification based on the Conceptual framework datasets Before After Countries Administrations Boundaries Formats Borders Scales Themes Sources Trans-boundary context Harmonized data Standardized Formats Registers
    • 11. Data interoperability: what INSPIRE is aiming at
      • Data providers may also choose to align their internal data model with the harmonised data specifications and extend these based on their requirements
      dataset dataset dataset ... ... Network Service Network Service Network Service user user
      • Provide access to spatial data via network services and according to a harmonised data specification to achieve interoperability of data
      • Datasets used in Member States may stay as they are
      • Data or service providers have to provide a transformation between their internal data model and the harmonised data specification
      dataset Network Service
    • 12. Grouping of Themes Annex II & III INSPIRE progress
      • Annex II
        • Elevation
        • Land cover
        • Ortho-imagery
        • Geology
        • 21. Mineral resources (Annex III)
      • Annex III
        • Statistical units
        • 10. Population distribution – demography
        • Buildings
        • Soil
        • Land use
        • Human health and safety
        • Utility and governmental services
        • Environmental monitoring facilities
        • Production and industrial facilities
        • Agricultural and aquaculture facilities
        • Area management/restriction /regulation zones & reporting units
        • Natural risk zones
        • Atmospheric conditions
        • Meteorological geographical features
        • Oceanographic geographical features
        • Sea regions
        • Bio-geographical regions
        • Habitats and biotopes
        • Species distribution
        • Energy Resources
    • 13. Development of Data Specifications for Themes of Annex II and III: Who is involved
      • Thematic working groups - 19 TWGs for Annex II&III
        • TWG Facilitators
        • TWG Editors
        • Domain experts
      • EC INSPIRE Team (INSPIRE CT = DG ENV, DG JRC, DG Eurostat)
        • Technical coordination = JRC INSPIRE team
      • Data Specifications Drafting Team (DS DT)
      • Stakeholders
        • Legally mandated organisations (LMOs)
        • Spatial data interest communities (SDICs)
    • 14. INSPIRE Legal Acts published in the Official Journal
      • Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 March 2007 establishing an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE) 14.03.2007
      • INSPIRE Metadata Regulation 03.12.2008
      • Commission Decision regarding INSPIRE monitoring and reporting 05.06.2009
      • Regulation on INSPIRE Network Services 19.10.2009 (View and discovery)
      • Corrigendum to INSPIRE Metadata Regulation 15.12.2009
      • Regulation on INSPIRE Data and Service Sharing 29.03.2010
      • Commission Regulation amending Regulation (EC) No 976/2009 as regards download services and transformation services 10.12.2010
      • COMMISSION REGULATION implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services 10.12.2010 (Annex I)
      • COMMISSION REGULATION amending Regulation 1089/2010 as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services 05.02.2011 (code list)
      European law affecting 30+ countries, 21+ languages
    • 15.
      • Several Experts being members of TWGs :
      • TWG Land Use
      • TWG Natural risk Zones
      • TWG Area Management/restriction/regulation zones and reporting units
      • Providing reference material
      • Participating at the testing of INSPIRE Data Specification v2.0
      • Participating at the consultation of INSPIRE Data Specification v2.0
      Plan4all in support to INSPIRE
    • 16. INSPIRE data specification- Stepwise approach
      • - Development of Conceptual framework
      • - Development of data specifications for each spatial data theme by different TWG based on a repeatable methodology enabling to arrive from user requirements to a data specification, based on the Generic Conceptual Model
      • Data interoperability components
      • Participation of stakeholders
      • At all steps of development
      • Driven by use cases from the Environmental Acquis
    • 17. Annex II/III Roadmap Data Specification v3 (04.2012) Draft IR (10.2012) I II III IV 2012 2010 2011 II III IV I II III Kick-off: 19-20 .04 2010 Data Specification v1 (29.10.2010) Data Specification v2 (06.2011) Testing/Consultation (06-20.2011)
    • 18.
      • Two separate, but closely related activities :
      • http://inspire.jrc.ec.europa.eu/index.cfm/pageid/201/consultation/45851
      • Main aim of consultation :
        • Comment the data specification documents (V.2.0)
        • Domain-specific aspects and Cross-thematic aspects (overlaps and gaps, inconsistencies)
      • Main aims of testing :
        • To test data specifications (V2.0) against real spatial data
        • To report back to the INSPIRE CT and TWGs gained experience
          • will be used to improve the data specifications for v3.0
          • the basis for amendment of the Regulation on Interoperability of spatial data sets
      • Testing Kick off meeting done (22 June2011
      • Exchange testing releated information
      Now: Consultation & Testing 22 June- 21 October 2011
    • 19. Consultation & Testing 22 June- 21 October 2011
      • Documents f or C onsultation & Testing
        • D2.8.I.x Data Specification on <Theme Name> – Draft Guidelines : 24 PDF documents
        • D2.5 G eneric C onceptual M odel updates
        • D2.9 Guidelines for the use of Observations & Measurements and Sensor Web Enablement-related standards in INSPIRE Annex II and III data specification For R eference
        • GML Application Schemas: 1 ZIP archive
        • UML Model (XMI, EAP, HTML)
        • The “INSPIRE Data Specifications Cost-benefit considerations” document
        • INSPIRE Annex I testing summary report
    • 20. How to read the data specifications
      • Foreword
      • General Executive Summary
      • Theme-specific Executive Summary
      • 1. Scope
      • 2. Overview (incl. 2.2 informal description)
      • 3. Specification scopes
      • 4. Identification information
      • 5. Data content and structure
        • 5.1 Basic notions
        • 5.2 – 5.x Application schemas (incl. UML diagrams and feature catalogues)
      • 6. Reference Systems
      • 7. Data Quality
        • 7.1 DQ Elements
        • 7.2 Minimum DQ Requirements
      • 8. Metadata
        • 8.1 Common MD elements
        • 8.2 MD Elements for data quality
        • 8.3 Theme-specific MD elements
        • 8.4 Guidelines for common elements
      • 9. Delivery (incl. Encodings)
      • 10. Data Capture
      • 11. Portrayal (incl. layers, styles)
      • Annex A: ATS
      • Annex B: Use cases
      • Other Annexes (e.g. examples)
      • Foreword
      • General Executive Summary
      • Theme-specific Executive Summary
      • 1. Scope
      • 2. Overview (incl. 2.2 informal description)
      • 3. Specification scopes
      • 4. Identification information
      • 5. Data content and structure
        • 5.1 Basic notions
        • 5.2 – 5.x Application schemas (incl. UML diagrams and feature catalogues)
      • 6. Reference Systems
      • 7. Data Quality
        • 7.1 DQ Elements
        • 7.2 Minimum DQ Requirements
      • 8. Metadata
        • 8.1 Common MD elements
        • 8.2 MD Elements for data quality
        • 8.3 Theme-specific MD elements
        • 8.4 Guidelines for common elements
      • 9. Delivery (incl. Encodings)
      • 10. Data Capture
      • 11. Portrayal (incl. layers, styles)
      • Annex A: ATS
      • Annex B: Use cases
      • Other Annexes (e.g. examples)
    • 21. How to read the data specifications Watch out for Legal requirement Implementation requirement Implementation recommendation Open issues  your input requested
    • 22. Spatial Planning
      • «Spatial planning refers to the methods used by the public sector to influence the future distribution of activities in a space or spaces. It is undertaken with the aim of creating more rational territorial organisation of land uses and linkages between them to balance demands for development with the need to protect the environment and to achieve social and economic objectives. Spatial planning embraces measures to coordinate the spatial impacts of other sectoral policies to achieve more even distribution of economic development between regions....» in EU Compendium on spatial planning systems and policies, 1997
      • Spatial planning is a process of decision making thus weighing between social, ecologic and economic demands.
      • Spatial planning is now widely used as a generic term for many systems with considerable differences. Each country as a specific name for its system of planning.
    • 23. Spatial Planning
      • Requirements for Land Use Planning were introduced into Article 12 of Seveso Directive 96/82/EC. The provisions reflect the request from the Council of Minister; land use restrictions can limit the consequencies in case of accident
      • Land use planning as a tool, among others, for the protection of mankind and environment from various stressors.
      • Land use planning is an aspect of «spatial planning»
      • The role of Land Use (or spatial) Planning in risk management depends on its scope according to national legislation
    • 24. Spatial Planning
      • Risk or risk management in the context of Land Use Planning in general appears by different forms of threat:
      • -natural disaters (floods, avalanches, earthquakes, etc.)
      • - long-term or permanent impacts (industrial or municipal emissions, etc.)
      • - man-made disasters (short-term accidental releases and subsequent phenomena (fires, explosions, toxic clouds).
      • LUP as part of risk management in context of Seveso II Art.12 includes:
      • - planning measures (land allocation, zoning,....)
      • - technical measures (prevention or mitigation measures imposed in permit procedures etc.
    • 25. All Themes Annex I, II & III are relevant for Spatial Planning INSPIRE progress
      • Annex II
        • Elevation
        • Land cover
        • Ortho-imagery
        • Geology
        • 21. Mineral resources (Annex III)
      • Annex III
        • Statistical units
        • 10. Population distribution – demography
        • Buildings
        • Soil
        • Land use
        • Human health and safety
        • Utility and governmental services
        • Environmental monitoring facilities
        • Production and industrial facilities
        • Agricultural and aquaculture facilities
        • Area management/restriction /regulation zones & reporting units
        • Natural risk zones
        • Atmospheric conditions
        • Meteorological geographical features
        • Oceanographic geographical features
        • Sea regions
        • Bio-geographical regions
        • Habitats and biotopes
        • Species distribution
        • Energy Resources
    • 26. Information requirements under the environmental acquis
      • Integrated Assessments : To assess and compare state of, and trends in the environment and the associated pressures, impacts and socio-economic and natural driving forces that either cause or result from these changes.
      • Policy Effectiveness : To use information on trends and implementation of policies to assess, both ex-post and ex-ante , the impacts and effectiveness of the policy measures.
      • Policy Compliance : To check the compliance position and implementation of the policy measures at various levels of government.
      • Policy Implementation: To implement operational local/regional operational measures for mitigation and adaptation (‘response’ support)
    • 27. Sustainable Development Indicators
      • Economic development
      • Poverty and social exclusion
      • Ageing society
      • Public Health
      • Climate change and energy
      • Production and consumption patterns
      • Management of natural resources
      • Transport
      • Good governance
      • Global partnership
      EU level long-term SD indicators to monitor our economic development while protecting the environment and meeting our social goals - Eurostat - Integrated assessments & Policy Effectiveness
    • 28. Collection of data for Sustainable Development Indicators development
      • Eurostat approach: maximum use of existing indicator initiatives; OECD etc…
      • For environment cross-feeding with European Environment Agency indicators
        • European Environment Agency core set of 37 indicators
          • categorised according to DPSIR:
          • D riving Forces
          • P ressures
          • S tate
          • I mpact
          • R esponse
    • 29. European Environment Agency core set of 37 indicators
    • 30. Waste Management Facilities under INSPIRE
      • Waste treatment facilities and waste storage:
      • It is important to identify the environmental protection facilities with unique identifiers. The data component category coincides with economic/statistical categories (NACE/SERIEE). Location by geographical point, by address or in some cases as area.
        • Controlled waste treatment sites for non-hazardous waste at land : geographical location of official or regulated facilities for waste treatment and storage; Included in the spatial component category &quot;environmental protection facilities&quot;
          • storage sites at land - landfills
          • incinerators
          • other treatment facilities
        • Information on kind of treatment, kind of substances treated, capacity, percentage biodegradable waste, energy recovery from incinerators and landfills
        • Controlled waste treatment facilities for hazardous waste at land : geographical location of official or regulated facilities for treatment and storage of hazardous waste; Included in the spatial component category &quot;environmental protection facilities&quot;. Reported according to SEVESO II Directive. Distinction between
          • thermal treatment,
          • landfills
          • nuclear waste treatment and storage
          • and other treatment for hazardous waste (e.g. chemical),
          • other treatment facilities
        • Information about kind of treatment, kind of substances treated, capacity (and potential risks).
        • Regulated areas for dumping of waste at sea : Areas at sea for dumping of waste, e.g. ships, oil drilling platforms, industrial waste, military waste. OSPAR Permits on marine dumping. Reporting per contracting party and site (?) waste category, number of permits issued, tonnes licensed and contracting party. Important in environmental management and management of biological resources at sea. . Submission of data for the Annual OSPAR Report on Dumping of wastes at Sea from OSPAR Convention for the protection of the marine environment of the north-east Atlantic. The anticipated delivery authorities could be sea management/ marine/ waste/ environmental authorities, OSPAR. Included in the spatial data component &quot;area regulation&quot;.
        • Does also include nuclear waste. Example is Russian dumping sites: Official sources states a total of 0.45 PBq of liquid radioactive material has been dumped in the Barents Sea and 0.32 PBq in the Kara Sea. Most of the solid radioactive waste has been dumped along the east coast of Novaja Zemlya and the open Kara Sea. Some material on existing sites and amounts are available.
        • Illegal or non-controlled dumping of waste - sea and land . Illegal landfills/&quot;wildfills&quot; on land areas are common, but policies are directed to reduce the number of such storage of waste. It is important in local waste management and pollution control to locate such illegal land fills, in order to carry out targeted actions. Non-controlled areas at sea where waste is recorded is also important, this can be shipwrecks, industrial waste, military waste, cars. OSPAR Permits on marine dumping.
        • Mining waste : Mining waste is a special kind of waste. The residues from mining can contain a low content of metals or minerals not being economically extractable, but leaching can cause contamination of soil and water. The tailings of mining activities are usually located near the site of extraction. In management and assessment of mining waste there are needs for spatial data such as location of mines and tailings, water catchments, river network, water and sea, soil.
      Theme Utility and Government services (US)
    • 31. “ Waste Management Plans” Use Case (e.g.) Council Regulation (EEC) No 259/93 of 1 February 1993 on the supervision and control of shipments of waste within, into and out of the European Community Article 11 1. In order to assist the tracking of shipments of waste for recovery listed in Annex II, they shall be accompanied by the following information, signed by the holder: (a) the name and address of the holder; (b) the usual commercial description of the waste; (c) the quantity of the waste; (d) the name and address of the consignee; (e) the operations involving recovery, as listed in Annex II.B to Directive 75/442/EEC; (f) the anticipated date of shipment. Environmental Electronic Exchange Language (E3L) Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe E.g. INSPIRE Feature Facility entityid - thematicid E3L: EnvironmentalEntity http://www.wicklow.ie/Apps/WicklowBeta/Publications/Environment/WasteManPlan/Final%202006-2011%20Waste%20Management%20Plan%20Volume%203.pdf Data Providers Plans creators/administrators (Legal Authorities) Waste Stakeholders General Public - Citizens Waste Management Plans (Geo-referenced Information Published) Regional National European Stakeholders Legislation - Requirements Data - Information Access/Consult … Access/Consult … Provide Data … Publish Plans … Provide Data … Access/Consult … Send Comments … Provide Data … (between levels)
    • 32. “ Waste Management” Cycle: E.g. Related Themes AC: Atmospheric conditions TN: Transport networks HY: Hydrography EL: Elevation LC: Land cover PD: Population distribution – demography LU: Land Use
        • BU: Buildings
        • SO: Soil
      US: Utility and governmental services Waste Management Facilities PF: Production and industrial facilities e.g. Waste Producers AF: Agricultural and aquaculture facilities ER: Energy Resources HB: Habitats and biotopes SD: Species distribution
        • AM: Area management/ restriction/ regulation zones & reporting units
    • 33. Environment & Health Assessment of Health Impacts Exposure Data Health Data Socio-economic data Geographical data Environmental data Air Pollution Cancer Cases Directive on Ambient Air Quality “ Atmospheric modelling and measurements of air pollution demonstrate beyond doubt that the pollution emitted in one Member State contributes to measured pollution in other Member States. This shows that individual Member States cannot solve the problems alone and concerted action at the EU scale is required.”
    • 34. INSPIRE DATA Themes and Air Quality Source: GMES BICEPS Report I- 2 Elevation III – 14 Meteorological geographical features III – 13 Atmospheric conditions II – 2 Landcover III – 18 Habitats and biotopes III – 19 Species distribution III-10 Population distribution — demography III- 6 - Utility and governmental services Etc. III – 7 Environmental Monitoring Facilities III – 13 Atmospheric conditions
    • 35.
      • Risk prevention, mitigation and restoration
        • Identify risk areas for soil degradation
          • Erosion
          • Organic matter decline
          • Compaction and decrease of porosity
          • Salinisation
          • Landslides
      • Soil contamination
        • Identify contaminated sites – posing a risk to human health or environment
      Soils Thematic Strategy
    • 36. Pesticides Directive
      • Specific measures to protect the aquatic environment
        • Buffer zones – defined as a function of the risk of pollution (soil, climate, etc.)
        • Measures to limit aerial drift (hedge rows etc.)
      • Reduction of pesticide use in sensitive areas
        • Identify and list sensitive areas
          • Non-agricultural areas with high run-off risk or leaching.
      • Reporting – info exchange
        • Through to be defined RISK INDICATORS
    • 37. Health/Biodiversity/Agriculture Data & Information Requirements Source: GMES BICEPS Report
    • 38. Noise Directive Data & Information Requirements see: http://noise.eionet.europa.eu/
    • 39. Floods Early Warning – Forecast - Impact Assessment Data & Information Requirements Source: GMES BICEPS Report I-8 Hydrography I- 2 Elevation III – 7 Environmental Monitoring Facilities III - 12 Natural Risk Zones III – 14 Meteorological geographical features III – 13 Atmospheric conditions III – 3 Soils III – 4 Land-use II – 2 Landcover III – 18 Habitats and biotopes III – 19 Species distribution III-10 Population distribution — demography III- 6 - Utility and governmental services Etc.
    • 40. INSPIRE & “Greening” of the CAP « New » Directives Floods Ambient Air Soils Pesticides Marine « Acquis » Directives Nitrates Birds & Habitats NATURA 2000 Water Framework Directive Etc. European Environment and Health Action Plan 2004-2010 Biodiversity Communication and Action Plan
    • 41. Working with the Themes SR OF AF EF AM EL AU
      • Common approaches to using O&M (ISO 19156)
      • Common approaches to coverages (ISO 19126) and WCS
      • Managing duality and dependency between themes
      • Define the scope of each Theme
    • 42. Thank you for your attention

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