About the Data Centre
The data research centre allows for accessing the data via a browser-based viewer, through geoservices and downloads.
Data is provided on an annual basis and available in high resolution on grids and administrative levels. The data sets provided are based on research results of the IOER. The metadata (data sheet) of the individual data sets give insights on used methods, calculation and used data. Among others, geotopographic data (ATKIS Basis-DLM), land cover data (LBM-DE), official building footprints (HU-DE) and house coordinates (HK-DE) as well as other geospatial data are used as input data.
The Research Data Centre provides access to the data via a map viewer with comprehensive tools and via geo services and downloads. As required the data can be obtained by interested scientists for Germany or for specified spatial delimitations and time periods. An overview of the more than 80 data sets including calculation methods, spatial and temporal reference and the corresponding export functions via geoservices is available at www.ioer-monitor.de/indikatoren.
The available data comprises indicators for the structure and change of settlement areas, open space, landscape, natural risks and energy: in particular urban sprawl, land take, soil sealing and ecosystem services.
Land take of area for settlement and transport on a 5-year average (N01EG)
Loss of open space per inhabitant (N03ET)
Land productivity (S50KT)
Weighted Urban Proliferation (D01KG)
Dispersion of settlement patches (D02KG)
Building density in reference area (G01DG)
Building density in built-up settlement area (G01DC)
Proportion of open space in reference area (F01RG)
Proportion of agricultural land in reference area (F02RG)
Population density (B01DG)
Settlement density (settlement and transport area) (B02DT)
Percentage of transport space to reference area (V01RG)
Density of track network in reference area (V04DG)
Landscape- and Nature Protection
Protected areas (L08RG)
Accessibility of urban green spaces (O01RG)
Green space per inhabitant (O02MT)
Percentage of nature-accentuated areas to reference area (U18RG)
Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development
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