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Highlight object code Is Europe doing enough to ensure long-term health of forests?
Climate change, pollution and encroaching human development are posing an increased threat to the long-term stability and health of European forests, according to a new European Environment Agency (EEA) report released today. Forest ecosystems play a vital role for the environment and in combatting climate change. The report recommends that better sustainable management is needed to ensure this precious green resource is there for future generations.
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Data Visualization Urban sprawl by country and within countries (2009)
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Data Urban morphological zones changes 1990-2000
Urban morphological zones (UMZ) are defined by Corine land cover classes considered to contribute to the urban tissue and function
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Data Urban morphological zones 1990
Urban morphological zones (UMZ) are defined by Corine land cover classes considered to contribute to the urban tissue and function
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Data Urban morphological zones 2006
Urban morphological zones (UMZ) are defined by Corine land cover classes considered to contribute to the urban tissue and function
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Data Urban morphological zones 2000
Urban morphological zones (UMZ) are defined by Corine land cover classes considered to contribute to the urban tissue and function
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Data Urban morphological zones changes 2000-2006
F4v0 - Urban morphological zones (UMZ) are defined by Corine land cover classes considered to contribute to the urban tissue and function
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Data Visualization Urban sprawl in Europe on the level of countries
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Figure D source code Rings of 1 km around the centre of Lyon
Example of calculation
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Highlight Urban sprawl eating into wildlife habitats in Europe
As cities expand into the countryside, the habitats of many animals and plants are reduced. Roads, railways, car parks and buildings also split up habitats, dividing wildlife populations into increasingly smaller groups.
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