LUCAS New Zealand Land Use Map 1990 2008 2012 (v016)
The Ministry for the Environment, LUCAS Land Use Map is composed of New Zealand-wide land use classifications (12) nominally at 1 January 1990, 1 January 2008 and 31 December 2012 (known as "1990", "2008" and "2012"). These date boundaries were dictated by the First Commitment Period of the Kyoto Protocol. The layer can therefore be used to create either a 1990, 2008 or 2012 land use map depending on what field is symbolised.
LUM tracks and quantifies changes in New Zealand land use so that Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry (LULUCF) sector carbon accounting can be calculated for national Net Position, Kyoto Protocol and United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) reporting.
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|1.||LUM 1990 2012 v016 2012 Symbology||12.3 KB||lyr||
|2.||LUM 1990 2008 2012 v016 Land Use Change Tables||107 KB||xlsx||
|3.||LUM 1990 2008 2012 v016 Data Description||603 KB||
|4.||ANZLIC LUM 1990 2008 2012 v016 NZ||25.1 KB||xml||
|5.||ANZLIC LUM 1990 2008 2012 v016 NZ||90.3 KB||
|6.||LUCAS Satellite Imagery Interpretation Guide 2nd Edition||7.44 MB||
|7.||2012 LUCAS Land Use Mapping Final Report Landcare Research||2.08 MB||
|8.||2012 LUCAS Land Use Map Accuracy Assessment Poyry Updated 2014 12 05||614 KB||
|9.||2012 Deforestation Mapping Final Report Indufor Asia Pacific||4.23 MB||
|Data type||Vector polygon||Feature count||528784|
|Attributes||LUC_ID, LUC_NAME, IMPR_LUC_I, IMPR_LUC_N, PREV_LUC_I, PREV_LUC_N, LUM_REG_ID, LUM_REG_NA, LUM_ISL_ID, LUM_ISL_NA, AREA_HA, LUM_YEAR|
|Services||Vector Query API, Web Feature Service (WFS), Catalog Service (CS-W), data.govt.nz Atom Feed|
|Added||11 Dec 2014|
|Last updated||04 May 2016|
|Revisions||12 - Browse all revisions|
|Current revision||Imported on May 2, 2017 from Shapefile in NZGD2000 / New Zealand Transverse Mercator 2000. 3521 geometries modified to be OGC compliant. Changelog.|
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