NYU Spatial Data Repository

Japan Landuse, 2006

Description:
Japan Landuse is a raster theme representing landuse classifications throughout Japan at a resolution of 30 arc seconds. This layer is a component of the Global Map a 1:1,000,000 scale framework dataset of the world. It consists of vector and raster layers of transport, administrative boundaries, drainage, elevation, vegetation, land use and land cover data. The data were prepared from information provided by national mapping and other organizations worldwide. The Global Map data had been managed by the Geospatial Information Authority of Japan, but that organization was terminated in August, 2016. The data has been transferred to the Geospatial Information Section in the United Nations. For the most recent documentation, refer to the Global Map Specifications at https://github.com/globalmaps/specifications/.
Publisher:
International Steering Committee for Global Mapping
Collection:
Global Map
Place(s):
Japan
Subject(s):
Planning and Cadastral and Land use
Format(s):
GeoTIFF
Year(s):
2006
Held by:
Columbia
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