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Pla d'Ordenació Urbanística Municipal (POUM) of Monistrol de Montserrat is the cartographic instrument of urban planning of the municipality that directs the development of the municipal territory. The set of geographical information of the POUM of Monistrol de Montserrat consists of multiple plans, all of them in PDF format, which form two blocks of cartography: information plans and management plans. The planning areas of the municipality defined by the POUM planes are: general and organic structure, land classification, zoning of urban and building land, regulation of the building and regulation of non-urbanizable land.
Pla General d'Ordenació Urbana (PGOU) of Olesa de Bonesvalls is the cartographic instrument of urban planning of the municipality that directs the development of the municipal territory. The set of geographical information of the PGOU of Olesa de Bonesvalls consists of multiple plans, all of them in PDF format, which form two blocks of cartography: information plans and management plans. The planning areas of the municipality defined by the PGOU planes are: general and organic structure, land classification, zoning of urban and building land, regulation of the building and regulation of non-urbanizable land.
Classification of soil according to its agrological capacity (ability to sustainably produce the most common crops in an area), in one of the 8 classes established by the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia).
Els Plans de Sió Civil Protection Plan is the cartographic instrument that allows us to know and assess the existing risks in the municipality of Els Plans de Sió, so that we can establish action protocols when these give rise to an emergency situation. The set of geographical information of the Civil Protection Plan of Els Plans de Sió consists of seven maps; all in PDF format. The mapped risk areas of the municipality are: basic mapping, as well as flooding, snowfall, seismicity, territorial mapping and transcat mapping.
Information about snow avalanches of Catalonia. This data set is conforming to the technical specifications of INSPIRE Natural risk zones.
The Soil Map at a scale of 1:25 000 is a map of edaphological content covering the entire surface of Catalonia, divided into 304 sheets defined according to the official 1:25 000 cut. It is a cartographic document that provides an overview of the edaphic structure of the country and, in summary, provides information on the distribution of soils in the territory, their morphologies, and their physical, chemical and biological characteristics. GT IV is the instrument for the realization of the Soil Map 1:25 000.
The Mieres Road Catalog is the cartographic data set that identifies and describes all the road routes of the road network in the municipal territory of Mieres. The Catalog collects and represents information on each path, such as its route, its location, its nature or typology. The cartographic files of the data set, all of them in PDF format, are divided into: two edicted documents, the Catalog itself (memory and files) and an annex with proposed modifications to some files.
Topographic database that covers all the territory of Catalonia, compiled in 2.5 dimensions. It contains data relating to the relief, the hydrography, the transportation networks, the settlement and the auxiliary infrastructures, the toponymy, the reference points and a reduced set of land cover and vegetation classes. The reference scale is 1:25 000.
Delimitation, location and attributes of the elements of geological interest identified in Catalonia that are included in the Inventory of Areas of Geological Interest of Catalonia published in 2000 and updated in 2020 and of those that have been identified in other inventories or scientific and informative publications. Spaces of geological interest are places of interest for their unique and/or representative nature, which allow the study and interpretation of the origin and evolution of geological domains, including the processes that have shaped them, the climates of the past and its paleobiological evolution; and constitute the geological heritage of a territory.