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Figure Percentage of the coastal zone within 10 km of the shoreline protected by Natura 2000 sites per NUTS3 region in the EU-27
The highest proportion of coastal zone covered by Natura 2000 sites is located on Germany's Baltic coast, the Baltic States coast, Denmark's western coast, Ireland's north-western coast, France's eastern Atlantic coast, western and south-western of the Iberian Peninsula, coast of Almeria, northern Catalan coast, northern and central Adriatic coast of Italy, western Crete and Thrace (Greece).
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Figure Overview of protected areas as recorded in the World Database on Protected Areas
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Figure Share of terrestrial protected areas in mountainous, coastal and lowland inland area per country
Coastal areas defined as within 0–15 km, Mountain regions as defined by the European Environment Agency (2010). In several countries, part of the coastal areas are also mountainous. Countries are ordered according to the percentage of each country covered by mountains.
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Figure Publications on Natura 2000 per year — based on a search in Web of Knowledge for topic 'Natura 2000' (9/01/2011)
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Figure The Natura 2000 and the Emerald networks
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GIS Map Application European protected sites
The map shows an overview of protected sites in Europe, including Natura 2000 sites and nationally designated areas (CDDA). Natura 2000 is the key instrument to protect biodiversity in the European Union. It is an ecological network of protected areas, set up to ensure the survival of Europe's most valuable species and habitats. Nationally designated areas is a European inventory of protected areas designated by the national authorities.
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Connectivity across national boundaries
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Figure Octet Stream Cumulative number and surface area of protected areas in the 39 EEA countries
The graph shows the evolution over years of areas protected under national designations both in terms of cumulative number of sites and cumulative area. The information is the one reported by EEA countries (and collaborative countries) as part of the EIONET priority data flow within the Common Database on Designated Areas (CDDA)
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Figure Percentage of CDDA coverage per IUCN category; left: % of the number of sites; right: % of area
Sites in the database without a management category are excluded
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Publication Protected areas in Europe - an overview
Protected areas today cover a relatively large part of Europe, with almost 21 % of the territory of EEA member countries and collaborating countries consisting of protected areas. In spite of this widespread presence of protected areas in all European countries, the topic has not received as much attention on a pan-European level as other environmental issues. We hope this report from the EEA „ the first we have compiled on the subject „ will go some way to redressing the balance. The report provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of protected areas and aims to assist policymakers and the wider public in understanding the complexity of the current systems of protected areas.
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European Environment Agency (EEA)
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