We produce alot of data in our research. Here is some of our data available for you to download:
Outdoor recreation potential from: Komossa F, van der Zanden EH, Schulp CJE, Verburg PH. 2018. Mapping landscape potential for outdoor recreation using different archetypical recreation user groups in the European Union. Ecological Indicators 85:105-116.
Agent Based Modelling from: Zagaria, C., Schulp, C.J.E., Kizos, T., Gounaridis, D. & Verburg, P.H. (2017). Cultural landscapes and behavioral transformations: An agent-based model for the simulation and discussion of alternative landscape futures in East Lesvos, Greece. Land Use Policy, 65, 26-44.
Mediterranean land systems: results from Malek Ž and Verburg PH (2017). Mediterranean land systems: Representing diversity and intensity of complex land systems in a dynamic region. Landscape and Urban Planning, 165: 102-116.
Implementing SSP Scenarios in CLUMondo land use model
Biodiversity and Carbon storage as drivers of global change: results from Eitelberg et al. (2016). Demand for biodiversity protection and carbon storage as drivers of global land change scenarios. Glob. Environ. Chang. 40, 101–111.
Landscape value indicators social media: results from van Zanten et al. (2016). Continental-scale quantification of landscape values using social media data. PNAS 113: 12974-12979
Historic land cover/use change reconstruction for Europe from 1900 – 2010 by the HILDA model.
Ecosystem services/ public goods/ biodiversity dataset containing maps of a number of public goods and biodiversity indicators.
No net loss data from Schulp et al. (2016). A quantitative assessment of policy options for no net loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services in the European Union. Land Use Policy. 57: 151-163.
Pollination data from Schulp et al. (2014). Quantifying and mapping ecosystem services: Demand and supply of pollination in the European Union. Ecological indicators 36: 131-141.
Map comparison data from Schulp et al., 2014. Uncertainties in ecosystem service maps: A comparison on the European scale. PloS ONE 9, e109643.
Wild food data from Schulp et al. (2014). Wild food in Europe: a synthesis of knowledge and data of terrestrial wild food as an ecosystem service. Ecological Economics 105: 292-305.
Global Land Systems data from van Asselen, S. & Verburg, P.H. (2012). A Land System representation for global assessments and land-use modeling. Global Change Biology, 18, 3125-3148.
Global Potentially Available Cropland data from Eitelberg, D.A., van Vliet, J. & Verburg, P.H. (2014). A review of global potentially available cropland estimates and their consequences for model-based assessments. Global Change Biology, 21 (3), 1236-1248.
Flood regulation data from Stürck, J., Poortinga, A., Verburg, P. H., 2014. Mapping ecosystem services: The supply and demand of flood regulation services in Europe. Ecol. Ind. 38, 198-211.
Linear Landscape Elements data from van der Zanden, E.H., Verburg, P.H and Mücher, C.A. (2013). Modelling the spatial distribution of linear landscape elements in Europe. Ecological Indicators. 27: 125-136.
Land use intensity data for a new, high-resolution, map of agricultural land use intensity for the European Union.
Market influence data from Verburg, PH, Ellis, EC, Letourneau, A. 2011. A global assessment of market accessibility and market influence for global environmental change studies. Environmental Research Letters 6: 034019.