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ESA CCI Land Cover layer 300m 2015 clipped to the PALE-Blu Extent now available

The ESA CCI Land cover data supercedes previous ESA GLOBCover datasets.  This similar product remains at 300m scale with similar land classes as GLOBCover and can be compared for land cover change.

From the ESA CCI land cover documentation: The CCI-LC project delivers consistent global LC maps at 300 m spatial resolution on an annual basis from 1992 to 2015. The Coordinate Reference System used for the global land cover database is a geographic coordinate system (GCS) based on the World Geodetic System 84 (WGS84) reference ellipsoid.

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World Database on Protected Areas Polygon layer clipped to the PALE-Blu extent now available

The World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA) is the only global database of protected areas. It is a joint effort between IUCN and UNEP, managed by UNEP-WCMC, to compile protected area information for all countries in the world from governments and other authoritative organizations which are referred to as data providers. The WDPA underpins Protected Planet at www.protectedplanet.net, where it can be viewed and downloaded and the database is integrated with other relevant information.

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PALE-Blu 1km population layer GPWv4 and WorldPop UN adjusted

This population layer provides baseline GPWv4 population values which are replaced with worldPop data where available.  All values are adjusted to UN population figures where possible.  Please consult the excel file included in this download for more detailed information on the data by country.

This is the recommended 1km baseline population layer for the PLE-Blu project.  It is available to everyone who registes on the PALEBlu website.  See the home page for information on how to do this.

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PALE-Blu Horizon2020 Bluetongue project kick-off meeting scheduled for September in Glasgow

The PALE-Blu Kick-off meeting is planned for the 5-6th September.  It will be hosted by our partners at the University of Glasgow.

The meeting will brings together European institutes with expertise in Bluetongue viruses (BTV) research and diagnosis, with partners in endemic regions (Africa, the Middle East and Turkey) that act as a ‘source’ for BTV strains that emerge in Europe.  The partners will be discussing the current state of play and plans for the upcoming three years for the project.

We look forward to seeing you all there!

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VmergeData.com scheduled downtime today 18th Oct 2016

Please note that VmergeData.com will be offline for maintainance this afternoon.  We will be applying some scheduled updates and improvements resulting from discussions at the project annual meeting last week.

e will let you know when we are back online on twitter with our sister projects email account @EDENextDMT

Thank you for your patiance,

The Vmerge Data Management Team

 

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