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    Vatnajökull National Park was founded on June 7th 2008, although the act on Vatnajökull National Park was entered into force on May 1st 2007. It is the largest national park in Iceland by far, 14,967 km2. Vatnajökull National Park was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on July 5th 2019. The boundary of Vatnajökull National Park, after its latest expansion on September 22nd 2021. The boundary is drawn in accordance to regulation on Vatnajökull National Park, No 300/2020, with later amendments. Disclaimer: If there is a difference between the data and the regulation text, then the regulation text applies. The data also includes all previous boundaries of the national park as well as current boundaries of operating areas.

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    Akkeri og baujur og áætlaðar staðsetningar fyrir búnað í sjókvíaeldi.

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    Eldissvæði er svæði sem úthlutað er rekstarleyfishafa. Rekstrarleyfishafi hefur þá heimild til að hafa eldisbúnað til að ala fisk innan þess svæðis skv. skilyrðum rekstrarleyfisins.

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    Gögnin sýna mörk þéttbýlisstaða samkvæmt skilgreiningu Hagstofunnar.

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    Ýmsar tölulegar upplýsingar úr manntali Hagstofunnar frá 2011, settar fram á smásvæðaskiptingu Hagstofunnar. Vinsamlega hafið samband við Hagstofuna vegna nánari upplýsinga.

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    Þekja (layer) n50v_fossar_p: Fossar á Íslandi. (Waterfalls in Iceland.) Fossar og nánasta umhverfi þeirra að því leyti að sýn að þeim spillist ekki, njóta sérstakrar verndar samkvæmt 61 gr. í lögum um náttúruvernd. Náttúrufræðistofnun Íslands heldur skrá yfir þessi náttúrufyrirbæri og birtir í kortasjá sem jafnframt er viðauki við náttúruminjaskrá.

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    The Copernicus Aggregated River and Lake Ice Extent (ARLIE) product is a spatially aggregated information on surface water conditions of rivers and lakes. ARLIE information is stored in a geodatabase, enriched every day from the River and Lake Ice extent products (RLIE S1, RLIE S2 and RLIE S1+S2) for the entire EEA38 and the United Kingdom. It provides percent coverage of snow-covered or snow-free ice on lakes and on 10 km river sections described by the EU-HYDRO river and lake network database. The ARLIE products are stored in a PostGIS persistent geodatabase. They can be retrieved by using a specific REST API. Users can query ice sheet summary information of river segments and lakes (ARLIE statistics) together with the geometry and caracteristics of the features on which these statistics were estimated. All geometry features are delivered in the ETRS89 LAEA (EPSG:3035) coordinate reference system. ARLIE is one of the products of the pan-European High-Resolution Snow & Ice service (HR-S&I), which are provided at high spatial resolution (20 m x 20 m and 60 m x 60 m) from the Sentinel-2 and Sentinel-1 constellations data from September 1, 2016 onwards. You can read more about ARLIE product here: https://land.copernicus.eu/en/products/water-bodies/high-resolution-aggregated-river-and-lake-ice-extent.

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    EU-Hydro is a dataset for all EEA38 countries and United Kingdom providing photo-interpreted river network, consistent of surface interpretation of water bodies (lakes and wide rivers), and a drainage model (also called Drainage Network), derived from EU-DEM, with catchments and drainage lines and nodes. This metadata refers to the EU-Hydro coastline, which is disseminated as one shapefile merged for all 35 basins. The coastline is also included for each basin in the EU-Hydro River Network Database. The production of EU-Hydro and the derived layers was coordinated by the European Environment Agency in the frame of the EU Copernicus programme.

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    Seamounts and knolls are ‘undersea mountains’, the former rising more than 1000 m from the seafloor. These features provide important habitats for aquatic predators, demersal deep-sea fish and benthic invertebrates. However most seamounts have not been surveyed and their numbers and locations are not well known. Previous efforts to locate and quantify seamounts have used relatively coarse bathymetry grids. Here we use global bathymetric data at 30 arc-second resolution to identify seamounts and knolls. We identify 33,452 seamounts and 138,412 knolls, representing the largest global set of identified seamounts and knolls to date. We compare estimated seamount numbers, locations, and depths with validation sets of seamount data from New Zealand and Azores. This comparison indicates the method we apply finds 94% of seamounts, but may overestimate seamount numbers along ridges and in areas where faulting and seafloor spreading creates highly complex topography. The seamounts and knolls identified herein are significantly geographically biased towards areas surveyed with shipbased soundings. As only 6.5% of the ocean floor has been surveyed with soundings it is likely that new seamounts will be uncovered as surveying improves. Seamount habitats constitute approximately 4.7% of the ocean floor, whilst knolls cover 16.3%. Regional distribution of these features is examined, and we find a disproportionate number of productive knolls, with a summit depth of o1.5 km, located in the Southern Ocean. Less than 2% of seamounts are within marine protected areas and the majority of these are located within exclusive economic zones with few on the High Seas. The database of seamounts and knolls resulting from this study will be a useful resource for researchers and conservation planners. Reference: Yesson, C., et al., The global distribution of seamounts based on 30 arc seconds bathymetry data. Deep-Sea Research I (2011

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    EN: River waterbodies in Iceland as reported to WISE on 22.12.2018. "River" means a body of inland water flowing for the most part on the surface of the land but which may flow underground for part of its course.For further description of dataset fields and field values see GML schema here: http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/schemas/WFD2016/GML_SurfaceWaterBodyLine_2016.xsd IS: Straumvatnshlot á Íslandi miðað við skil inn í WISE upplýsingakerfið þann 22.12.2018. Straumvatn er vatnsfall sem flæðir eftir og á yfirborði lands að mestu en getur að hluta til flætt neðanjarðar. Nánari lýsing á eigindum og gildum gagnasettsins má finna í GML skema hér: http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/schemas/WFD2016/GML_SurfaceWaterBodyLine_2016.xsd