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Limits of the municipal and state and public forests.
The dataset represents the tramway transport network as coordinated by the Verkéiersverbond. The constantly updated data can be viewed on the geoportal (http://g-o.lu/3/jOPk).
Data related to waste treatment and collection facilities in Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.
Daily pollen concentration data for 33 pollen types since Jan 1, 1992 in Luxembourg. The view service of this dataset support time requests. The different wms shows value of measurements at a precise timestamp.
BD-L-TC - public buildings from the official carto-/topographic database. The BD-L-TC is a vector dataset at the scale 1:5000 which represents the earth surface's objects on the national territory, with attributes in german, french and english. Data transformed into INSPIRE data model
This dataset includes: • Preservation zones of landscape structures (Grands ensembles paysagers - GEP) • Inter-urban green zones (Zones vertes interurbaines - ZVI) • Green areas (Coupures vertes) The dataset is structured according to the INSPIRE Annex III Theme - Land Use [For more information...](http://amenagement-territoire.public.lu/fr/plans-caractere-reglementaire/plans-sectoriels/paysage.html)
This dataset was reported by the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg under the Environmental Noise Directive . This dataset contains the estimated population in the agglomeration ≥ 100,000 inhabitants affected by noise during day-evening-night by major railways ≥ 30,000 trains per year .
This dataset was reported by the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg under the Environmental Noise Directive . This dataset contains the estimated population affected by noise during the night period by major airports ≥ 50,000 air traffic movements per year.
This dataset was reported by the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg under the EU Floods Directive. Article 4 of the Floods Directive requires Member States to undertake a Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA) for each river basin district, unit of management or the portion of an international river basin district or unit of management lying within their territory. The identification of Areas of Potential Significant Flood Risk (APSFR, Article 5) will be based on available or readily derivable information, including the requirements specified in Article 4 (PFRA) in the Directive. In the 1st implementation cycle Member States may apply Article 13.1 (transitional arrangements) and either report on a PFRA carried out before 22 December 2010 (Article 13.1(a)) or proceed directly to mapping and establishment of flood risk management plans (Article 13.1(b)). If Article 13.1(a) is applied, the result will include the identification of APSFR (Article 5), if Article 13.1(b) is applied, APSFR will not be identified; instead maps at the appropriate scale according to Article 6 (see Flood Hazard Maps and Flood Risk Maps) will be prepared. Delivery process is managed by EEA
This dataset was reported by the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg under the EU Floods Directive. The Floods Directive indicates that Member States may make use of the administrative arrangements made under Article 3 of the Water Framework Directive. However, different competent authorities may be appointed by Member States for the Floods Directive. The Floods Directive also allows Member States to identify different units of management from the river basin districts used for the Water Framework Directive. Member States shall (Article 3 of the Floods Directive): (a) appoint competent authorities different from those identified pursuant to Article 3(2) of Directive 2000/60/EC; (b) identify certain coastal areas or individual river basins and assign them to a unit of management different from those assigned pursuant to Article 3(1) of Directive 2000/60/EC. In these cases, Member States shall, by 26 May 2010, communicate to the Commission the information referred to in Annex I to Directive 2000/60/EC. Any changes in administrative arrangements also need to be communicated within three months of the change coming into effect. Delivery process is managed by EEA