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Codes of Coastal habitats in Latvia (ver.: 2005.01.13.)

Brigita Laime, Didzis Tjarve, Lelde Enģele, Kārlis Kalviškis
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Habitat code
J Sea habitats
  J1   Coastal lagoons
  J1N   Lagoon reeds
  J2   Estuaries
P Beaches
  P1   Sandy beaches
  P1m   Wet sandy beaches
  P2   Gravel and pebble beaches
  P3   Boulder beaches
  P3m   Wet boulder beaches
  Pg   River outlets
K Dunes and other seashore habitats
  K1e   Embryonic dunes
  K1p   White dunes
  K1k   White dunes with shrubs
  K2   Grey dunes
  K2k   Grey dunes with shrubs
  Ki   Humid dune slacks
  Kik   Humid dune slacks with shrubs
  Kp   Dune-slack pools
  Km   Seashore tall herb vegetation
  Ks   Seashore cliffs
E Lakes
  Eo   Oligotrophic to mesotrophic lakes
  Em   Mesotrophic lakes
  Ee   Eutrophic lakes
  Et   Dystrophic lakes
  Ev   Oxbow
  Ed   Near-house pond
  Ez   Fish pond
  Eb   Beaver pond
  El   Pools
U Rivers
    Additional codes for Rivers (U) and Lakes (E)
    1 Beaches
    2 Coasts with amphibious vegetation
    3 Human modified habitats
    4 Coasts with tall herb vegetation
    5 Open waters
    6 Sandbanks
    7 Reeds
S Wetlands
  S1   Fens
  S2   Transition mires
  S3   Bogs
H Exposed rocks
Z Grasslands
  Z1   Dry grasslands
  Z1k   Overgrowing dry grasslands
  Z2   Moderately moist grasslands
  Z2k   Overgrowing moderately moist grasslands
  Z3   Moist grasslands
  Z3k   Overgrowing moist grasslands
  Z4   Wet grasslands
  Z4k   Overgrowing ruderal grasslands
  Z5   Ruderal grassland
  Z5k   Overgrowing ruderal grasslands
  Z6   Fallow-field grasslands
  Z6k   Overgrowing fallow-field grasslands
M Forests
  M1   Dry boreal coniferous forests
  M1pr   Dune pine forest
  M2   Wet boreal coniferous forests
  M3   Boreal meliorated forests
  M4   Dry broad-leaved forests
  M5   Wet broad-leaved forests
  M6   Broad-leaved meliorated forests
  M7   Eurosiberian alderwoods
  Mi   Clear-cuts
  Mk   Shrubs
  Mv   Dry heaths
  Mvk   Dry heaths with shrubs
    Additional codes for Forests
    P Pine forest
    E Spruce forest
    B Birch forest
    A Aspen forest
    Ba Alder Alnus incana forest
    Bl Salix caprea forest
    K Maple forest
    M Alder Alnus glutinosa forest
    Os Ash forest
    Oz Oak forest
    J Mixed forest
L Human developed habitats
  L1   Agricultural lands (arable lands, fallows, cultivated grasslands)
  L2   Parks, cemeteries
  L3   Ruderal habitats
  L4   Buildings, gardens, farms etc.
  L5   Other transformed sites
NZ Unclassified

Value
V1 Transformed habitats
V2 Natural habitats
V3 Specially protected habitats (Habitat Directive, protected in Latvia)
Damage
B1 Places of traffic caused damages, trampling
B2 Fire places
B3 Wastes
B4 Invasive plants
B5 Burned sites
B6 Windfall
B7 Other disturbances
Renovation
A1 Restoration of habitat is urgently needed
A2 Restoration of habitat is needed
A3 Restoration of habitat is not needed
Intrusion
Tp1 Disturbed habitats
Tp2 Slightly disturbed habitats
Tp3 Undisturbed habitats
Management
Ap1 Management for habitats is needed
Ap2 Management for habitats is not needed
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