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Figure Physiography of Mediterranean Biogeographical Region
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Figure Special Protection Areas under the EU Birds Directive in the Macaronesian Biogeographical Region
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Figure Evolution of native population sizes and endangered breeds (cattle)
How to read the graph: In France in 2005, around 40 % of the cattle population was native and 50 % of native cattle breeds were endangered.
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Figure Availability of suitable white-backed woodpecker habitat in Finland for the time period when the population showed a rapid decline in numbers. Proper habitat destroyed is relative to the initial period 1956/1960
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Figure Vascular Plant
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Figure Nitrogen balance per hectare of agricultural land in OECD countries
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Figure text/x-sh Distribution of selected species of interest to fisheries (shell fish, squid and octopuses, sharks, rays and bony fish)
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Highlight Explore nature across Europe on Biodiversity Day
The European Environment Agency (EEA) has upgraded EUNIS, the only web portal comprehensively linking protected sites, species and habitat types, to coincide with International Day for Biological Diversity, 22 May.
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Figure Observed latitudinal shifts of four species over 25 years in Britain
This graph shows the observed latitudinal shifts of the northern range boundaries of species within 4 exemplar taxonomic groups, studied over 25 years in Britain. (A) Spiders (85 species), (B) ground beetles (59 species), (C) butterflies (29 species), and (D) grasshoppers and allies (22 species). Positive latitudinal shifts indicate movement toward the north (pole); negative values indicate shifts toward the south (Equator). Horizontal lines mark the Median, boxes the 25 to 75 % quartile and whisker the range (up to 1.5 times the interquartile distance). Open Circles are outliers.
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Figure Proportion of endemic species in Annex II to the Habitats Directive
Proportion of endemic species in Annex II to the Habitats Directive
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