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Figure Variations in topsoil organic carbon content across Europe
The map shows the percentage of organic carbon content in the surface horizon of soils in Europe. The darker regions correspond to soils with high values of organic carbon. The darkest colours, especially in Estonia, Fennoscandinavia, Ireland and the United Kingdom, denote peatlands.
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Figure Carbon balance of the terrestrial biosphere
Notes: Atmospheric carbon (in the form of CO2) is absorbed by plants in the process of photosynthesis
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Figure Inter-annual variation in European carbon fluxes from the biosphere to the atmosphere
Note: The lines represent the results of two ecosystem models (LPJ and SLAVE), and the range (minimum, mean, maximum) of calculated terrestrial C flux (based on so-called inversed calculations considering atmospheric CO2 calculation)
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Figure Traffic related toxics (2004): Distance to target for lead and carbon monoxide at urban and traffic stations
The limit value is shown as a bold line, with observed concentrations as columns
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