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    Orthoimage representing the normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI), with a resolution of 1 m. This index makes it possible to estimate the quantity, quality and development of vegetation, based on the normalized difference between the radiation reflected in the infrared band of the electromagnetic spectrum with respect to the red band of the visible spectrum. This set of information is distributed in 2 by-products: Real NDVI orthoimage, where each pixel takes the real value of the index in question (between -1 and 1), in such a way that it facilitates exhaustive studies but requires advanced software; 8-bit NDVI orthoimage, where each pixel takes the value of the index in question but discretized to an integer range between 0 and 200, so that it facilitates an overview.

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    Orthoimage representing the normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI), with a resolution of 1 m. This index makes it possible to estimate the quantity, quality and development of vegetation, based on the normalized difference between the radiation reflected in the infrared band of the electromagnetic spectrum with respect to the red band of the visible spectrum. This set of information is distributed in 2 by-products: Real NDVI orthoimage, where each pixel takes the real value of the index in question (between -1 and 1), in such a way that it facilitates exhaustive studies but requires advanced software; 8-bit NDVI orthoimage, where each pixel takes the value of the index in question but discretized to an integer range between 0 and 200, so that it facilitates an overview.

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    Magnetic anomaly measurements and zoning of the territory according to this at a scale of 1:250,000.

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    Orthoimage representing the normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI), with a resolution of 1 m. This index makes it possible to estimate the quantity, quality and development of vegetation, based on the normalized difference between the radiation reflected in the infrared band of the electromagnetic spectrum with respect to the red band of the visible spectrum. This set of information is distributed in 2 by-products: Real NDVI orthoimage, where each pixel takes the real value of the index in question (between -1 and 1), in such a way that it facilitates exhaustive studies but requires advanced software; 8-bit NDVI orthoimage, where each pixel takes the value of the index in question but discretized to an integer range between 0 and 200, so that it facilitates an overview.

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    Measurements of gravimetric anomalies and zoning of the territory according to them: the gravimetric anomaly of Bouguer at a scale of 1:250,000 and 1:500,000; the regional gravimetric anomaly at a scale of 1:250,000; and the residual gravimetric anomaly at a scale of 1:250,000.

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    1D/2D geophysical data, obtained through the application of different geophysical methods in different locations in Catalonia, consisting of the measurement of different physical parameters of the subsoil to obtain information on the behavior of its materials and its structure throughout the territory. Specifically, this set of information includes data, profiles and models resulting from the application of the following geophysical techniques: Magnetotelluric (MT); Electrical Tomography (ERT); Vertical electric sounding (SEV); Seismic refraction Survey (SRA); Seismic reflection survey (SRX); Surface wave analysis (MASW); H/V spectral quotient; Passive seismic array (ARRAY); Geophysical testing in wells.

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    Delimitation of the enclosures, within the cadastral parcels, that have a certain use according to the SIGPAC (Geographical Information System of Agricultural Parcels of Catalonia), with its individualized reference, geometric attributes (surface, etc.) and other information related to its agricultural use. This dataset also includes various groupings of these enclosures, such as parcels, which are likely to benefit from community aid related to the surface as they are part of the SIGPAC. Although there is an equivalence between the cadastral parcel and the SIGPAC parcel, apart from occasional divergences resulting from the parallel evolution of both databases, the same does not happen at the level of cadastral sub-parcel and the SIGPAC enclosure: unlike the sub-parcel, the enclosure is defined by a continuous portion of land that, within a parcel, has the same use or utilization.

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    SIGPAC is the graphic database of all arable land for the digital identification system for agricultural parcels, referred to in Article 17 of EC Regulation 73/2009 of 19 January.

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    SIGPAC is the graphic database of all arable land for the digital identification system for agricultural parcels, referred to in Article 17 of EC Regulation 73/2009 of 19 January.

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    SIGPAC is the graphic database of all arable land for the digital identification system for agricultural parcels, referred to in Article 17 of EC Regulation 73/2009 of 19 January.