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Part 3. Reflections
Located in Publications Environmental indicator report 2012 Environmental indicator report 2012 - Ecosystem resilience and resource efficiency in a green economy in Europe
Publication Green infrastructure and territorial cohesion
The concept of green infrastructure and its integration into policies using monitoring systems
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Figure Octet Stream Landscape fragmentation 2009 per 1 km² grid - data files
Fragmentation data in CSV and GeoTIFF format
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Figure application/vnd.symbian.install Illustration of the statistical analysis using multiple linear regression
This simple example uses the data of the NUTS-X regions from Belgium (FG-B2). The effective mesh density (seff) is shown as the response variable as a function of two predictor variables: population density (PD, between 64 and 600 people per km2) and gross domestic product per capita (GDPc, between 20 500 and 37 000 euros PPs). The gridded plane shows the predicted values for the effective mesh density for each combination of PD and GDPc. The differences between the observed values of seff (shown as small squares) and the predicted values are shown as perpendicular lines and are called residuals. In this example, the predicted level of fragmentation increases with higher population densities and with higher gross domestic product per capita, and the variation in population density has a higher influence than the variation in GDPc.
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Figure Overlay of the Natura 2000 network with fragmentation geometry FG-A2 'Major and medium anthropogenic fragmentation', showing Spain and Portugal as an example
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Figure Overlay of the wildlife corridor network of trans-regional importance in Switzerland with the Swiss fragmentation geometry FG4 'Land areas below 2 100 m'
The trans-regional corridor network in Switzerland for terrestrial fauna includes the wildlife corridors and the trans-regional movement axes. Red, yellow and green colours indicate the sizes of the remaining patches.
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Figure Examples of the use of effective mesh density in monitoring systems of sustainable development, biodiversity, and landscape quality
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Figure Illustration of the level of landscape fragmentation measured by effective mesh size and represented as regular gridroot transformation for seff.
Map shows a regular grid at a different cell size for each countrie according to its value of fragmentation for FG-B2
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Figure Absolute differences between the observed and the predicted values of seff using the six global models for groups A to F
Map shows the differences between the level of fragmentation for FG-B2 calculated and the level of fragmentation predicted by 6-group-European model in the 28 countries investigated
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Figure Predicted and observed values of effective mesh density according to the six predictive models for the six groups of regions studied in Europe
Effective mesh density values by NUTS-X region for Fragmentation Geometry FG-B2 in 2009. The NUTS-X regions represented by points above the diagonal line are more fragmented than predicted and those represented by by points below the diagonal line are less fragmented than predicted. All models shown include all available variables in each group and use a square root transformation for seff.
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