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Webinar: “Mapping future land-use and land cover patterns – the Europe-LAND approach”

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Webinar: “Mapping future land-use and land cover patterns – the Europe-LAND approach”

February 15 @ 13:00 - 14:00

In this short webinar, Europe-LAND partners will discuss land use/land cover modelling possibilities and significance for development planning, climate change mitigation and biodiversity conservation as well as impacts of environmental change on it. Project partners will share their experience on land use/land cover modelling. In addition, the webinar will present the Europe-LAND perspectives on land use/land cover modelling and its significance to promote a wide and active involvement of various stakeholder groups across several European countries and case studies.

To enable stakeholders to link up with the project and benefit from research results in the course of the 4-year project, several opportunities for stakeholder interaction with the project will be presented.


You can find the presentations from the webinar here!



Brief introduction of the Europe-LAND project – Franziska Wolf (HAW Hamburg)

Land use/Land cover modelling perspective to identify/manage climate change impacts and support biological diversity: forested areas, wetlands – Maris Klavins, Karina Stankevica and Janis Krumins (University of Latvia, Latvia)

Modelling land use/land cover changes using CLUE-S. Applications in Romania Gheorghe Kucsicsa and Mihaela Sima (Institute of Geography, Romania)

Database on existing LU/LC patterns and Database on LU/LC modelling tools – current state and further development– Lucie Kupkova (Charles University, Czech Republic)

Land use changes of wetlands from perspective of stakeholders. Ingrida Krigere (Latvia’s Peatland Association, Latvia)



February 15
13:00 - 14:00