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File Links between environmental challenges — SOER synthesis chapter 6
Located in The European environment — state and outlook 2015 Synthesis The European environment – state and outlook 2010: Synthesis
Figure Max road-traffic intensity (no of cars/hour)
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Figure Mean soil sealing in European capitals (UMZ) and soil sealing per inhabitant
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File Nature and biodiversity — SOER synthesis chapter 3
Located in The European environment — state and outlook 2015 Synthesis The European environment – state and outlook 2010: Synthesis
Figure Net land-cover changes 2000–2006 in Europe – total area change in hectares and percentage change
The figure shows the net land-cover changes 2000–2006 in Europe, total area change in hectares and percentage change.
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Located in The Environmental Atlas Environmental Atlas of Europe Natural cork
Figure Projected estimate of exposure to flood for artificial land-use classes
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Figure Projected impacts of climate change on terrestrial ecosystems
The maps show projected impacts of climate change on terrestrial ecosystems: forest cover gain, shrub/woodland cover gain, herbaceous cover gain, desert amelioration, grass/tree cover loss, forest/woodland decline, forest type change, according to 2 climate scenarios (SRES B1 and SRES A2).
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Figure Projected life cycle land use of fossil, nuclear and renewable electricity systems in 2030 (m2/GJel)
The graph illustrates that energy systems differ in the extent and complexity of their impacts by presenting the projected life cycle land use of fossil, nuclear and renewable electricity systems in 2030. To understand the implications of increased bioenergy production, it is important to recognise that the land used for energy cropping is a natural resource, comprising soil, minerals, water and biota. Where bioenergy involves energy cropping it often necessitates changes to land use, with significant implications for related systems as well Other renewable technologies do also use some land and so do fossil and nuclear systems but the area is comparatively small. Nevetheless these technologies have other limitations.
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Figure Projections of arable land use
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