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  • The Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring Plan is developed to improve the collective ability of Arctic traditional knowledge holders, northern communities and scientists to detect, understand and report on long-term change in Arctic terrestrial ecosystems and biodiversity.

  • A total of 95 areas of heightened ecological significance have been identified within the Arctic LMEs. The areas were identified primarily on the basis of their ecological importance to fish, birds and/or mammals, as these species are the most widely studied Arctic groups. The majority of areas identified are used by birds (85) and marine mammals (81), with a lower number used by fish (40, most of them spawning areas). About 70 areas are used both by birds and mammals, and only two of the areas identified are used only by fish.The areas of heightened ecological significance comprise a total area of about 12 million km2, or more than half the total area of the ice-covered part of the marine Arctic. The areas are generally not homogenous but comprise subareas used by fish, birds or mammals. Based on the approach used, subareas were identified separately for fish, birds, and mammals, or information on the use of the larger areas by these groupswas summarized. The subareas often overlap and are also often used by two or more species of birds or mammals, such as for breeding in seabird colonies or for staging by waterfowl and shorebirds. Information on species present and the times and purposes of use are given in summary tables for each LME. Thus, while the areas identified as being of heightened ecological significance cover a large total area, this is the aggregate area used over all seasons throughout the year. The area used at any one time is lower due to the strong seasonal pattern in the annual migratory cycles of fish, birds and mammals.

  • Location of long-term vegetation (including fungi, non-vascular and vascular plants) monitoring sites and programs. Comes from the Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring Plan is developed to improve the collective ability of Arctic traditional knowledge holders, northern communities and scientists to detect, understand and report on long-term change in Arctic terrestrial ecosystems and biodiversity. The report can be seen here http://www.caff.is/publications/view_document/256-arctic-terrestrial-biodiversity-monitoring-plan The monitoring locations are place over the Circumpolar Arctic bioclimate subzones (CAVM Team 2003) http://www.caff.is/flora-cfg/circumpolar-arctic-vegetation-map

  • Appendix 3.1 Arctic Terrestrial mammals: Distribution (X = present; Introd = Introduced by humans) by broad geographic region and low or high arctic zones Nomenclature follows D.E. Wilson and D.M. Reeder (eds.) 2005. Mammal Species of the World: a taxonomic and geographic reference. 3rd Ed. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.

  • Notagildi: Reitakerfi eru nauðsynlegt til að birta upplýsingar sem af einhverjum ástæðum er ekki hægt að birta stakar s.s. vegna persónuverndar, umfangs verkefnis eða nákvæmni þeirra upplýsinga sem fyrir liggja. Reitakerfi Íslands er með mismunandi reitastærðum til að mæta mismunandi þörfum notenda við upplýsingamiðlun. Mælt er með notkun reitakerfisins m.a. þegar verið er að bera gögn saman milli stofnana. Reitakerfið er byggt á Lambert Azimuthal Equal Area vörpun sem tryggir að allir reitir sé jafn stórir. En það er helsta skilyrði þess að reitakerfið sé Inspire tækt. Nánari upplýsingar um vörpunina eru hér fyrir neðan. Heiti kerfis: ISN2004_LAEA Kortavörpun: Lambert_Azimuthal_Equal_Area Lengdargráða miðpunkts vörpunnar: W19 Breiddargráða miðpunkts vörpunnar: N65 Austurhnit miðpunkts: 1700000 Norðurhnit miðpunkts: 1300000 Eining: Meter Viðmiðun: ISN2004 Sporvala: GRS80 Orðskýringar: Heildarkerfið er nefnt reitakerfi. Hvert lag í því er nefnt net. Einingar í netinu eru nefndar reitir. Heiti reitana: Hver reitur hefur nafn sem er einkvæmt og er m.a. byggt upp á stærðareiningunni. 1km og 10km skrárnar ná yfir strandlínu og eyjar landsins en 100km skráin nær yfir alla efnahagslögsöguna. Grid_ISN2004_LAEA_1K Grid_ISN2004_LAEA_10K Grid_ISN2004_LAEA_100K 100m netinu er skipt upp í 4 skrár (SW, SE, NW og NE) vegna stærðar. Grid_ISN2004_LAEA_NE_100M Grid_ISN2004_LAEA_NW_100M Grid_ISN2004_LAEA_SE_100M Grid_ISN2004_LAEA_NW_100M Frekari tækniupplýsingar er að finna í skjalinu INSPIRE_Sepcification_GGS_v3.0.1.pdf á heimasíðu INSPIRE og á heimasíðu LMÍ (http://www.lmi.is/um-grunngerd/skyrslur-inspire-hopa/).

  • Location of long-term mammal monitoring sites and programs. Comes from the Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring Plan is developed to improve the collective ability of Arctic traditional knowledge holders, northern communities and scientists to detect, understand and report on long-term change in Arctic terrestrial ecosystems and biodiversity..

  • Områden (inom t.ex. Naturreservat, Nationalparker, djur- och växtskyddsområden mfl) med föreskrifter som inskränker rätten att färdas eller vistas i området, permanent eller under en del av året. Föreskrifter om rätten att färdas och vistas inom ett område upprättas om det behövs för att tillgodose syftet med skyddet. Föreskrifterna skall gälla omedelbart, även om de överklagas. I Örebro län finns det för närvarande brister i ajourföringen vad gäller tillträdesförbud, och pga det så redovisas inte tillträdesförbud inom länet.

  • Samlingsnamn för all skogsklädd våtmark. 3 typer, myrskog, fuktskog och strandskog. Myrskogen kan delas in i kärrskog och mosseskog. Fuktskogen delas in i översilningsskog och övrig fuktskog.

  • ATOM-flöde för nedladdning (ZIP) av Sumpskogar inventerade av Skogsstyrelsen