- SLOPESE: Secondary Slope class
SLOPE-SEC: Secondary Slope class of the STU.
The SLOPE SEC attribute provides an option to indicate a secondary slope class when slope variability within an STU is important and some parts of the STU fall into a different slope class than that of the dominant one. If there is no variability or if the variability is unknown, the value of SLOPE DOM must be copied to SLOPE SEC . The list of authorised codes and their corresponding meanings is given in the following tables for attributes SLOPE SEC:
SLOPE-SEC: Secondary Slope class of the STU
0 No information
1 Level (dominant slope ranging from 0 to 8 %)
2 Sloping (dominant slope ranging from 8 to 15 %)
3 Moderately steep (dominant slope ranging from 15
to 25 %)
4 Steep (dominant slope over 25 %)
- Data ownership
- European Commission, Joint Research Centre.
- Publication Date
- Jan 2001
- Vector Data
- environmental resources, protection and conservation. Examples: environmental pollution, waste storage and treatment, environmental impact assessment, monitoring environmental risk, nature reserves, landscape