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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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Publication Urban sprawl in Europe - The ignored challenge
The ignored challenge
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Daviz Visualization Urban sprawl in Europe on the level of countries
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Figure Urban sprawl in Germany, Poland and Czech Republic (1990-2000)
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Figure Urban sprawl in Luxemburg driven by socio-economic changes (1990-2000)
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Figure Urban sprawl on the Mediterranean coast: souheast Spain (1990-200)
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Figure Urban sprawl, 1975-1990-2000
Urban sprawl is shown as a % change based on the initial urban area for each coastal sector.
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Animation (swf) Welcome to a PRELUDE of Europe's future!
PRELUDE is an EEA project to simulate five contrasting future environmental scenarios for a Europe affected by changing patterns of land use, climate change, agriculture and demographics. The scenarios were created by a group of policy-makers, interest group representatives, experts and independent thinkers from across Europe, combining qualitative analysis and quantitative modelling. This mindstretcher allows you to see how different conditions prompted the various outcomes.
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