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  • Colored exposition raster based on Digital Elevation Model from 2017. The DEM from 2017 is based on a photogrammetric exploitation of aerial images and has a ground resolution of 1 m approximately.

  • Colored slope raster based on Digital Elevation Model from 2017. The DEM from 2017 is based on a photogrammetric exploitation of aerial images and has a ground resolution of 1 m approximately.

  • Grayscale relief raster based on Digital Elevation Model from 2017. The DEM from 2017 is based on a photogrammetric exploitation of aerial images and has a ground resolution of 1 m approximately. 

  • The concept of aquatic habitat connectivity is based on the migration of aquatic species from habitats presenting favorable local conditions to habitats presenting less favorable habitats. Based on the structural quality mapping carried out in 2013-2014 and the planning conditions and restrictions, the watercourse network of the luxemburgish surface water bodies was divided into six categories of functional elements.

  • By prohibitions or conditions protected zones to prevent contamination of the lake as a drinking water reservoir.

  • http://amenagement-territoire.public.lu/fr/plans-caractere-reglementaire/plans-sectoriels/logement.html

  • The sectoral plan ‘landscapes’ aims at creating a framework for spatial planning in the context of the management, planing and protection of the landscapes. For this purpose, it defines protection zones for the large landscape units, the interurban green zone, the green belts as well as the protection zone of the ecological network. http://www.dat.public.lu/plans_caractere_reglementaire/plans_sectoriels/paysage/index.html

  • The sectoral plan ‚economic activity zones’ pursues the aim to reserve areas for the development of craft and industrial activities and the economic diversification until 2030, whilst ensuring a balanced and sustainable spatial planning. http://www.dat.public.lu/plans_caractere_reglementaire/plans_sectoriels/zones_activites_economiques/index.html

  • The main objective of the sectoral plan ‘transport’ is to reserve corridors for road and railway infrastructure, to improve and develop the soft mobility and to create a parking space management system in order to increase the share of public transport in the modal split and to promote soft mobility. http://www.dat.public.lu/plans_caractere_reglementaire/plans_sectoriels/transports/index.html

  • Vineyards along the Mosel in Luxemburg