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OBS vs. CLC

GEOVILLE 1/20

OBS VS. CLC

Content 1 OBS ........................................................................................................................................ 2

1.1 Nomenclature ............................................................................................................... 2

1.2 List of classes ................................................................................................................. 2

2 CLC ......................................................................................................................................... 6

2.1 List of classes ................................................................................................................. 6

3 Comparison of CLS and OBS .................................................................................................. 7

4 final statistic: OBS vs. CLC...................................................................................................... 9

4.1 Level 1 ........................................................................................................................... 9

4.2 Level 2 ......................................................................................................................... 10

4.3 Level 3 ......................................................................................................................... 11

4.4 CLC-Class specific statistic level 3 ............................................................................. 12

4.5 OBS features smaller 25 ha (MMU) ............................................................................ 20

OBS vs. CLC

GEOVILLE 2/20

1 OBS

OBS Occupation Biophysique du Sol is an inventory of land cover and biotopes in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg at the scale of 1:10.000. The inventory is a classification of 76 different land cover and biotope types with five hierarchical levels. This database has been updated as part of the GSE Land extension for Luxembourg.

1.1 Nomenclature The five main hierarchical levels of the nomenclature are:

1. Artificial surfaces

Artificial surfaces encompass 29 specific classes. At level 3 the nomenclature encompasses built-up areas for residential or industrial use as well as commercial areas transport infrastructure construction areas and areas used for mineral extraction or deposition of waste materials or green areas in an urban context (e.g. parks cemeteries sport and leisure areas).

Each of these level 3 classes is further differentiated into individual classes with distinct uses or functions.

2. Agricultural areas

This level includes 8 different kinds of surfaces used for agricultural production. The main use of the surface is to be mapped i.e. seasonal differences (e.g. harvested croplands) or materials temporarily stocked on the land are not mapped.

3. Forests and semi-natural areas

Compared to Corine Land Cover this level has undergone a strong restructuration and the inclusion of additional interpretation parameters going beyond the information provided in the image alone.

The level is subdivided into two main groups of classes: 14 forest classes mainly differentiated by its leaf type and another 13 classes describing different types of semi-natural lands (grasslands shrublands open areas). Common base for the semi-natural lands is little human impact on them.

4. Wetlands

The nomenclature differentiates 3 types of wetlands which are mainly defined by the vegetation type found.

5. Water

Water classes (9) are first differentiated into running water or still water bodies. Subsequently both are further subdivided into natural or artificial origin respectively with or without biological interest.

1.2 List of classes The land cover and biotope features are divided into 76 classes with areal extend (polygon data). Landscape elements (small water bodies hedges isolated trees tree rows or groups of trees) below the official minimum mapping unit are mapped as point and line elements. Overall 20 point and line features are differentiated leading to a total of almost 100 different types of land cover and biotope types in form of point line and polygon data.

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The official list of classes is available only in German and French.

Artificial areas

DE FR ATT German French

BSC UAD 1.1.1 Stark verdichtete stdtisch geprgte Gebiete (City) Tissu urbain dense

BSM UAA 1.1.2.1.1 Sonstige Siedlung mit bedeutender Vegetation Zone semi-urbaine avec vgtation importante

BSO UAS 1.1.2.1.2 Sonstige Siedlung ohne bedeutende Vegetation Zone semi-urbaine sans vgtation importante

BSB UAL 1.1.2.2 Siedlungsbnder entlang von Straen Urbanisation longiligne de longe des routes Bandes urbanises le long des routes

BSP UAP 1.1.2.3.1 ffentliche Pltze Place

BSR UAF 1.1.2.3.2 Siedlungsbrachen ohne/geringe Vegetation Siedlungs-dland Friche urbaine Espace urbain ouvert sans verdure importante

BSE UAH 1.1.2.4 Einzelhuser Hfe etc. auerhalb geschlossener Bebauung Habitat dissmine en zone rurale hameau

BII UIL 1.2.1.1.1 Groindustrielle Anlagen Schwerindustrie Industrie lourde

BIG UIA 1.2.1.1.2 Gemischte Industrie und Gewerbegebiete Militr groformatige Dienstleistungsgebude

Zone d'activits conomiques terrain militaire large btiments des services publics

BIO UPS 1.2.1.2 ffentliche und soziokulturelle Einrichtungen und Bebauungen Btiments et installations destination socio-culturelle

BIS UPE 1.2.1.3.1 Sondergebiete Flchen der Stromversorgung Installations de distribution lectrique

BIW UPU 1.2.1.3.2 Sondergebiete Flchen der Wasserversorgung Installation de traitement des eaux uss

BIA UPH 1.2.1.3.3 Sondergebiete Flchen der Gasversorgung Installations de stockage d'hydrocarbures et de gaz

BIL UAC 1.2.1.4 Landwirtschaftliche und gartenbauliche Infrastruktur (Stallanlagen Gewchshuser)

Constructions agricoles et horticoles tables serres

BVS UTR 1.2.2.1.1 bedeutende Straen (>20m) Routes importantes (>20m) voies rapides BVP UTS 1.2.2.1.2 Parkplatz Zones de stationnement BVB UTF 1.2.2.2 Bahnanlage und deren Nebenbetriebe Infrastructure ferroviaire gare BVH UTP 1.2.3 Hafengebiete Zone portuaire BVT UTA 1.2.4.1 Flughafen Terminal und Hangargebude Aroport; terminal hangar BVL UTT 1.2.4.2 Flughafen Landebahn und Fahrbahnen Aroport; piste et taxiways BAF UEM 1.3.1 Abbauflche Tagebau Zone d'extraction de matriaux BAA UER 1.3.2.1 Aufschttung und Deponien Remblais et dcharges BAH UEC 1.3.2.2 Halden Crassier BAB UEF 1.3.2.3 Brachen industrieller Gebiete Friche industrielle BAU UEH 1.3.2.4 Baustellen Chantier BGF UVC 1.4.1.1 Friedhfe Cimetire BGG UVV 1.4.1.2 Grnanlagen Parks Zones de verdure parcs

BGS UVS 1.4.2.1 Sport- Spiel- Camping- Golfpltze Terrain de sport espace rcratif camping golf etc. BGK UVJ 1.4.2.2 Kleingartenanlagen Cit jardinire

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Agricultural areas

DE FR ATT German French LAA RAA 2.1.1.1 Ackerflchen einjhrige Kulturen Terres agricoles cultures annuelles

LBG RAH 2.1.1.2 Baumschule Gartenbau Weihnachtsbaumkulturen Ppinires horticulture arbres de Nol

LWT RVT 2.2.1.1 Weinbauflchen im Terrassenanbau Vignoble en terrasse LWS RVA 2.2.1.2 sonstige Weinbauflchen Autres vignoble

LSH RHT 2.2.2.1 Obstanbau Streuobstwiesen Hochstammkulturen Verger hautes tiges

LSN RBT 2.2.2.2 Obstanbau Niederstammkulturen Verger basses tiges LFG RPR 2.3.1.1 Feuchtgrnland Prairie humide LMG RPM 2.3.1.2 Mesophiles Grnland Prairie msophile

Forests and semi-natural lands

DE FR ATT German French WLE FFC 3.1.1.1 Laubwald mit dominierender Eiche Futaie feuillue dominance de chne WLB FFH 3.1.1.2 Laubwald mit dominierender Buche Futaie feuillue dominance de htre WLS FFD 3.1.1.3 Laubwald aus sonstigen Laubbaumarten Futaie de feuillus divers

WLM FFM 3.1.1.4 Laubwald gemischt Eiche Buche Futaie feuillue mlange de chnes et de htres WLN FTC 3.1.1.5 Eichen-Niederwald Taillis de chne WLP FFP 3.1.1.6.1 Laubwald Pappel-Monokulturen Peupleraie WLO FFP 3.1.1.6.2 Laubwald forstliche Monokulturen Autres monocultures feuillues

WNF FRE 3.1.2.1 Nadelwlder aus Fichten (Douglasie / Tanne) Fort rsineuse (picas douglas sapins)

WNK FRP 3.1.2.2 Nadelwlder aus Kiefern u/o Lrchen Fort rsineuse (pins mlzes et autres rsineux)

WNM FRM 3.1.2.3 Nadelmischwlder aus 3.1.2.1 und 3.1.2.2 gemischt Fort rsineuse mlange

WMT FMP 3.1.3.1 Mischwald (Laub/Nadel) einzeln oder truppweise Mischung Fort mlange (feuillus/rsineux) par pied par bouquet

WMF FMM 3.1.3.2 Mischwald (Laub/Nadel) flieende Durchmischung Fort mlange (feuillus/rsineux) mlange intime

WAU FCD 3.1.3.3 Forstliche Pflanzung (Aufforstungen Naturverjngung Dickungen; Baumart nicht erkennbar)

Rgnration naturelle Culture forestire d'essences non dfinies

WSF FSD 3.1.3.4 Sonstige Forstflchen (Schlagflur Windbruch) Autres surfaces forestires (coupes rases chablis)

KSI PSI 3.2.1.1 Silicattrockenrasen Sandtrockenrasen Pelouse silicicole KKA PCA 3.2.1.2 Kalkmagerrasen Pelouse calcaire

KFE PSR 3.2.1.3 Fels- und Schotterrasen Pionierfluren Pelouses pionnires (sur substrat rocheux ou graveleux) KHE PLR 3.2.2 Heiden Rohbodenstandorte Landes sols nus

KRM PFR 3.2.3.1 Ruderalstandorte auerhalb besiedelter Bereiche Brachen und Staudenfluren mittlerer bis trockener Standorte

Surfaces rudralises et friches en zone rurales sur sols secs frais