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    Field biomass sidestreams GIS data describes the maximum harvestable sidestream potential based on current tillage. Sidestreams has been calculated by crop statistics, cultivation area, solid content and harvest index. Harvest index describes the part of the plant that is utilized as a crop. Rest of the plant is considered sidestream. In many cases the maximum sidestream cannot be necessarily utilized as whole, because of technical and economical constraints for harvest. Part of the sidestream is also wise to plough in to field to maintain its fertility. Field crop data is conducted from Luke's crop production statistics. The crop statistics in ELY centre level is divided into the Biomass Atlas grid weighting by the crop area of that certain plant. Crop area is from IACS-register, used to manage subsidies in agriculture. Farmers report their cultivation plans there every spring. Crop area and amount are from same year, usually previous year.

  • Suokasvillisuuden aluejako perustuu suoyhdistymätyyppeihin. Jako on digitoitu teoksesta Suomen kartasto, vihko 141-143, Ruuhijärvi, R.1988: Suokasvillisuus. Merialueen vyöhykerajat on digitoitu R. Ruuhijärven erikseen määritteleminä v.2002. Aineisto kuuluu SYKEn avoimiin aineistoihin (CC BY 4.0). Aineistosta on julkaistu INSPIRE-tietotuote. Käyttötarkoitus: Aineistoa käytetään taustakarttojen tuottamiseen ja karkeisiin analyyseihin. The mire vegetation zones dataset includes information on vegetation zones based on combinations of different mire types. The distribution of zones has been digitized from the mire vegetation maps of the Finnish map book (Suomen kartasto, book 141-143, Ruuhijärvi, R 1998: Suokasvillisuus). The mire zones are extended to outer sea areas based on the identification made by R. Ruuhijärvi on 2002. The Finnish national borders are based on the Digital Chart of the World (DCW) dataset with coastline corrections done by SYKE. The dataset has been fitted to match the outer borders of the national waters (digitized in SYKE).