" Le Mos (Mode d’occupation du sol) est l'atlas cartographique numérique de l'occupation du sol de l'Île-de-France. Actualisé régulièrement depuis sa première édition en 1982, le millésime 2012 est la huitième mise à jour de cet inventaire.
C'est un outil unique de suivi et d'analyse de l'évolution de l'occupation des sols franciliens. Réalisé à partir de photos aériennes de toute la région Île-de-France, le Mos distingue les espaces agricoles, naturels, forestiers mais aussi les espaces urbains (habitat, infrastructures, équipements, activités économiques, etc.) selon une classification en 81 postes. "
Cet outil permet une comparaison de l'occupation du sol entre 1982 et 2012 par covisualisation et graphiques treemap.
Charlotte Hoarau's insight:
Comparaison temporelle pour analyse de l'évolution.
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