Vocabulary: Designation type code

Folder cdda (CDDA)
Identifier designationTypeCodeValue
Label Designation type code
Base URI http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/cdda/designationTypeCodeValue/
Registration status Released 14 Jun 2019 15:02:20
Type Common
Definition
  • Designation types classify designations by certain common characteristics, such as statutory status, purpose of the protected area, conservation objectives and the related restrictions of use or management measures. The designation type code list is a sequential list with definitions from the sub-national, national, regional or international level. The national designation type codes are used in the Nationally designated areas (CDDA) reporting, in the Natura 2000 Standard Data Form and in the Emerald Standard Data Form. The regional and international designation type codes are related to regional or international legislation such as Natura 2000, Bern Convention, Barcelona Convention or World Heritage Sites or Ramsar sites. The national designation type codes are maintained by the countries. The national designation type code consists of: - two-letter country or region code, as defined by the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 standard, except for Greece and United Kingdom where Eurostat country codes are used instead ('EL' and 'UK' respectively) - 2 numerical values starting with '00', indicating designation type "No protection status", and ending with '99', indicating "Others". The designation type codes are maintained by the countries (the respective Eionet NRCs). The designation type code consists of ISO2 character country code + 2 numbers starting with '00' (indicating designation type "No protection status" and ending with '99' indicating "Others") A new code is to be given by countries in case another designation type, than those already provided, is to be added to the list. The regional or international designation type codes are decided by the custodian of the international legislation in question, the EEA and its ETC/BD. International designation types will have the prefix 'INT' instead of the two-letter country or region code.

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Vocabulary concepts

709 concepts found, displaying 81 to 100.First12345678Last
Id Label Status Status Modified Notation
BE02 Certified Nature Reserve (Walloon … Valid 14.06.2019 BE02
BE03 Forest Reserve (Flemish Region) Valid 14.06.2019 BE03
BE04 Forest Reserve (Walloon Region) Valid 14.06.2019 BE04
BE05 Nature Park (Walloon Region) Valid 14.06.2019 BE05
BE06 Certified Forest (Walloon Region) Valid 14.06.2019 BE06
BE07 Regional Nature Reserve (Flemish Region) Valid 14.06.2019 BE07
BE08 Certified Nature Reserve (Flemish … Valid 14.06.2019 BE08
BE09 Certified Forest Reserve (Flemish … Valid 14.06.2019 BE09
BE10 Military zones (Flemish Region) Valid 14.06.2019 BE10
BE11 Protected Dunes (Flemish Region) Valid 14.06.2019 BE11
BE13 Public Forest (Flemish Region) Valid 14.06.2019 BE13
BE14 Scientific Interest Site (Walloon … Valid 14.06.2019 BE14
BE16 Flemish Ecological Network (Flemish … Valid 14.06.2019 BE16
BE30 Regional nature reserve (Brussels … Valid 14.06.2019 BE30
BE31 Certified Nature Reserve (Brussels … Valid 14.06.2019 BE31
BE32 Forest Reserve (Brussels Capital Region) Valid 14.06.2019 BE32
BE33 Protected zone in the forest (Brussels … Valid 14.06.2019 BE33
BE34 Green zone of high biological value … Valid 14.06.2019 BE34
BE99 Others Valid 14.06.2019 BE99
BG00 No Protection Status Valid 14.06.2019 BG00