This map displays areas where actions are required in order to save environmental resources
Burning of fossil fuel creates oir pollutants such as NO₂ and small particles.Air cleanliness
The satellite NO₂ data is based on Sentinel 5P measurements and is updated approximately once per 24 hours for any given location. A healthy threshold of NO₂ is around 50 umol/m2.
This layer shows the global decrease in the amount of snow over time. Each area shown corresponds to an area that between 1980 and 1990 had at least 10 days of snow on average. This average is contrasted with the average snowfall between 1996 and 2016.
The data comes from FT-ESDR or Freeze/Thaw Earth System Data Record.
This layer contains all fields from the field plot registry of the Finnish Food Authority as of late 2017.
The data covers around 75% of Finland's forests. Most of the forest plots ("stands") shown are privately owned.
Norway's forests are also shown, but their CO2 saving potential has not been calculated yet.
This is a demonstration of the visualization of the relatively high-resolution grid based data obtained by remote sensing by the Finnish Forest Centre.
The data so far only shows a few select locations.
This layer forecasts areas that could have higher amounts of lingonberries in them. Brighter colors indicate areas best suited for lingonberries.
This layer forecasts areas that could have higher amounts of bilberries in them. Brighter colors indicate areas best suited for bilberries.
This layer comprises of the Zonation 2018 data (forests of high biodiversity value).
The data shown corresponds to 10% of the most important areas for biodiversity in Finland.
This layer visualizes the soil composition as mapped by the Geological Survey of Finland.
Only some parts have been mapped to high accuracy. Others are omitted from this layer.
This layer shows forests that have reached the approximate threshold for regeneration felling.
Carbon balance: Carbon balance is defined as the amount of carbon sequestered minus the amount released.
Therefore a negative carbon balance means a plot of land that is a net carbon source, and a positive value indicates a net carbon sink.
This layer shows mangrove forests monitored by the Global Mangrove Watch.
The data shown here is from 2010.
This layer visualizes tropical and subtropical peat depth from 0 to 10 metres.
Lighter colors corresponds to deeper peat depths.
This layer visualizes tropical and subtropical wetlands.
Different colors correspond to different classes of wetlands, including mangroves, swamps, fens, floodplains and marshes.
This layer shows data provided by the World Air Quality Index Project
This layer shows the potential power generated by solar panels on buildings around Helsinki Area.
The estimates comes from an open dataset by HSY from 2015.