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1. Matthews' global vegetation DB for climate studies [47211801-72f3-4064-8c01-715cd2b7dc71]
The Matthews Vegetation data set comes from a global map of vegetation types, which was compiled from up to 100 existing map sources at the Goddard Institute of Space Studies (GISS), Columbia University, ...


2. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2002 [geodata_2232]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


3. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2007 [geodata_2229]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


4. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2008 [geodata_2230]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


5. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2009 [geodata_2231]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


6. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2010 [geodata_2237]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


7. Grey Water Footprint of National Production [geodata_2253]
Grey water footprint ? The grey water footprint of a product is an indicator of freshwater pollution that can be associated with the production of a product over its full supply chain. It is defined ...


8. Proportion of Land Area Covered by Forest [geodata_2238]
Forest: Land spanning more than 0.5 hectares with trees higher than 5 meters and a canopy cover of more than 10 percent, or trees able to reach these thresholds in situ. It does not include land ...


9. Arsenic in Groundwater - Probability of Occurrence [geodata_2240]
Global assessment of the probability of occurrence of excessive Arsenic concentrations


10. Blue Water Footprint of National Production [geodata_2252]
Blue water footprint ? Volume of surface and groundwater consumed as a result of the production of a good or service. Consumption refers to the volume of freshwater used and then evaporated or incorporated ...


11. Fluoride in Groundwater - Probability of Occurrence [geodata_2241]
Global assessment of the probability of occurrence of excessive Fluoride concentrations


12. Forests Certified by PEFC Chain of Custody - Area [geodata_2247]
PEFC's Chain of Custody certification is a mechanism for tracking certified material from the forest to the final product to ensure that the wood, wood fibre or non-wood forest produce contained in ...


13. Forests Certified by PEFC Chain of Custody - Number of Certifications [geodata_2246]
PEFC's Chain of Custody certification is a mechanism for tracking certified material from the forest to the final product to ensure that the wood, wood fibre or non-wood forest produce contained in ...


14. Green Water Footprint of National Production [geodata_2251]
Green water footprint :Volume of rainwater consumed during the production process. This is particularly relevant for agricultural and forestry products (products based on crops or wood), where it ...


15. Mineral Resources Data System (MRDS) [geodata_2245]
Mineral resource occurrence data covering the world, most thoroughly within the U.S. This database contains the records previously provided in the Mineral Resource Data System (MRDS) of USGS and the ...


16. Mineral Resources Outside the United States [geodata_2244]
Mineral facilities and operations outside the United States compiled by the National Minerals Information Center of the USGS. This representation combines source data from five previous publications. ...


17. River Network - HydroSHEDS [geodata_2242]
HydroSHEDS (Hydrological data and maps based on SHuttle Elevation Derivatives at multiple Scales) provides hydrographic information in a consistent and comprehensive format for regional and global-scale ...


18. Watershed Boundaries - HydroSHEDS [geodata_2243]
HydroSHEDS (Hydrological data and maps based on SHuttle Elevation Derivatives at multiple Scales) provides hydrographic information in a consistent and comprehensive format for regional and global-scale ...


19. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2000 [geodata_2223]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


20. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2001 [geodata_2224]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


21. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2003 [geodata_2225]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


22. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2004 [geodata_2226]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


23. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2005 [geodata_2227]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


24. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2006 [geodata_2228]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


25. Adjusted Human Water Security Threat [geodata_2222]
Rivers maintain unique biotic resources and provide critical water supplies to people. The Earth's limited supplies of fresh water and irreplaceable biodiversity are vulnerable to human mismanagement ...


26. Agricultural Area Certified Organic [geodata_2217]
Land area exclusively dedicated to organic agriculture and managed by applying organic agriculture methods. It refers to the land area fully converted to organic agriculture. It is the portion of ...


27. Cereals - Area Harvested [geodata_2208]
Cereals also includes other cereals such as mixed grains and buckwheat. Crop production data refer to the actual harvested production from the field or orchard and gardens, excluding harvesting and ...


28. Food Supply Quantity - Cereals [geodata_2206]
Food: total calories Refers to the total amount of food available for human consumption expressed in kilocalories (kcal). Caloric content is derived by applying the appropriate food composition factors ...


29. Forest Primary Designated Function - Production [geodata_2200]
DESIGNATED FUNCTIONS (of Forest and Other wooded land) the designated function refers to the function or purpose assigned to a piece of land either by legal prescriptions or by decision of the land ...


30. Forest Revenue [geodata_2203]
Public expenditure and revenue collection from forestry are measures of the financial flows between government and the forestry sector. In FRA 2010 forest revenue was defined to include all taxes, ...


31. Hazardous Pesticides - Exports [geodata_2215]
Refers to the value of the type of pesticide (put up in forms or packings for retail sale or as preparations or articles), provided to (exports) or received (imported) from the rest of the world. ...


32. Hazardous Pesticides - Imports [geodata_2216]
Refers to the value of the type of pesticide (put up in forms or packings for retail sale or as preparations or articles), provided to (exports) or received (imported) from the rest of the world. ...


33. Livestock Production Index Base 1999-2001 - Total [geodata_2207]
The FAO indices of agricultural production show the relative level of the aggregate volume of agricultural production for each year in comparison with the base period 1999-2001. They are based on ...


34. Oil Palm Fruit - Area Harvested [geodata_2209]
Oil Palm Fruit: Elaeis guineensis. The oil palm produces bunches containing a large number of fruits with the fleshy mesocarp enclosing a kernel that is covered by a very hard shell. FAO considers ...


35. Rapeseed (Colza) - Area Harvested [geodata_2210]
Rapeseed: Brassica napus var. oleifera. Valued mainly for its oil. Older varieties are rich in Erucic acid, which is considered unhealthy.


36. Soybeans - Area Harvested [geodata_2211]
Soybeans: Glycine soja. The most important oil crop. Also widely consumed as a bean and in the form of various derived products because of its high protein content, e.g. soya milk, meat, etc.


37. Sugar Beet - Area Harvested [geodata_2212]
Sugar beet: Beta vulgaris var. altissima. In some producing countries, marginal quantities are consumed, either directly as food or in the preparation of jams.


38. Sugar Cane - Area Harvested [geodata_2213]
Sugar cane: Saccharum officinarum. In some producing countries, marginal quantities of sugar cane are consumed, either directly as food or in the form of juice.


39. Sunflower Seed - Area Harvested [geodata_2214]
Sunflower seed: Helianthus annuus. Valued mainly for its oil. Minor uses include as a human food and as feed for birds.


40. Protected Areas (Terrestrial, IUCN Categories I-VI and not Classified) - Percent of Terrestrial Area [geodata_2175]
A protected area is defined by The World Conservation Union (IUCN) as: An area of land and/or sea especially dedicated to the protection and maintenance of biological diversity, and of natural and ...


41. Protected Areas (Terrestrial, IUCN Categories I-VI and not Classified) - Total [geodata_2174]
A protected area is defined by The World Conservation Union (IUCN) as: An area of land and/or sea especially dedicated to the protection and maintenance of biological diversity, and of natural and ...


42. Protected Areas International - Regional Conventions and Agreements (Points) [geodata_2124]
The World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA) is the core database representing protected areas at a global scale including -where available- GIS- compatible point and boundary files. Compiled from ...


43. Protected Areas International - Regional Conventions and Agreements (Polygons) [geodata_2123]
The World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA) is the core database representing protected areas at a global scale including -where available- GIS- compatible point and boundary files. Compiled from ...


44. Agricultural Area Irrigated [geodata_2134]
Agricultural area irrigated, part of the full or partial control irrigated Agricultural land which is actually irrigated in a given year. Often, part of the equipped area is not irrigated for various ...


45. Aquaculture Production - Inland Waters [geodata_2125]
AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION The annual series of aquaculture production begin in 1950 for the quantities and in 1984 for the values. Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms including fish, mollusks, ...


46. Fishery Production - Inland Waters [geodata_2126]
TOTAL PRODUCTION The annual series of capture production begin in 1950. Data relate to nominal catch of fish, crustaceans and mollusks*, taken for commercial, industrial, recreational and subsistence ...


47. Forest Area [geodata_2136]
Forest area is the land spanning more than 0.5 hectares with trees higher than 5 metres and a canopy cover of more than 10 percent, or trees able to reach these thresholds in situ. It does not include ...


48. Lead (Pb) Production [geodata_2129]
Lead production refers to World mine production (metal content).


49. Ocean Acidification [geodata_2168]
The global distribution of ASS values has been modeled at 1-degree resolution for pre-industrial (circa 1870) and modern times (2000-2009). We use the difference between these values as an estimate ...


50. Carbon Stock in Living Forest Biomass [geodata_2199]
CARBON STOCK The quantity of carbon in a ?pool?, meaning a reservoir or system which has the capacity to accumulate or release carbon. Examples of carbon pools are Living biomass (including Above ...


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