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Figure Projected change in water availability for irrigation in the Mediterranean region
This figure shows the relative change in water availability for irrigation as projected under the A1B emission scenario by the HIRHAM (DMI) regional climate model for 2071-2100 relative to 1961-1990. Light yellow areas indicate no change in water availability.
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SOER Message Adapting to climate change — key message 3
Vulnerabilities differ across regions, sectors and communities, with pronounced consequences expected in the Mediterranean basin, north-western and central-eastern Europe and the Arctic. Many coastal zones, mountains and areas prone to river floods are particularly vulnerable, as are cities and urban areas. In some sectors and regions new opportunities may occur. However, with increases in both temperatures and the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, adverse effects are likely to dominate in the medium to long term.
Located in The European environment – state and outlook 2010 Adapting to climate change - SOER 2010 thematic assessment Key messages
Publication Quality of bathing water — 2009 bathing season
Annual summary report of bathing water quality in EU Member States.
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Publication Troff document Ecosystem accounting and the cost of biodiversity losses — the case of coastal Mediterranean wetlands
This report focuses on ways we can use land and ecosystem accounting techniques to describe and monitor the consequences of biodiversity loss in the coastal wetlands of the Mediterranean. These ecosystems are characterised by the close coupling of economic, social and ecological processes, and any accounting system has to represent how these key elements are linked and change over time. This report discusses the importance of estimating the ecological and social costs of maintaining these systems, and the problems surrounding providing monetary estimates of the services associated with wetlands. It also shows how individual wetland socio-ecological systems (SES) can be defined and mapped using the remotely sensed land cover information from Corine Land Cover.
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Figure Yearly average values of BENTIX and community diversity (H) along a pollution gradient in Izmir Bay at stations 1-15
Colours correspond to EQS classes as defined by BENTIX in accordance with WFD.
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Figure Climate sensitivity
Climate Sensitivity Index for the Mediterranean Basin
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Figure Pascal source code Qualitative composition of hauls in the Mediterranean deep sea fisheries for lobster and shrimp
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Figure Pascal source code Soil quality index map
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Figure Distribution of the marine Angiosperm Posidonia oceanica and Zostera sp. in the Mediterranean.
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Figure Percentage of built-up area in the first km of the coast by province in Spain (1990 and 2000)
by NUTS3
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