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Figure D source code Approximate distribution of HNV farmland in EU-27
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Publication Biodiversity — SOER 2010 thematic assessment
Biodiversity — the variety of ecosystems, species and genes — is essential to human wellbeing, delivering services that sustain our economies and societies. Its huge importance makes biodiversity loss all the more troubling. European species are threatened with extinction and overexploitation. Natural habitats continue to be lost and fragmented, and degraded by pollution and climate change. Despite actions taken and progress made, these threats continue to impact biodiversity in Europe. The new global and EU targets to halt and reverse biodiversity loss by 2020 are ambitious but achieving them will require better policy implementation, coordination across sectors, ecosystem management approaches and a wider understanding of biodiversity's value.
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Figure Changes in diffuse pressure from intensive agriculture in Natura 2000 sites, 1990–2006
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Figure Changes in diffuse pressure from urbanisation in Natura 2000 sites, 1990–2006
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Figure Climate change impact indicator for European birds
How to read the graph: The indicator demonstrates the impact of climate change on widespread bird populations has increased strongly in the past twenty years. The Climatic Impact Indicator (CII) measures the divergence between the population trends of bird species projected to expand their range and those predicted to shrink their range due to climate change.
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Figure Conservation status of assessed habitats in EU‑25
- Annex I to the Habitats Directive includes a wide variety of habitats which are divided into nine groups of related habitat types such as forests and grassland. - Between these groups, dune habitats, grasslands and bogs, mires and fens have the worst conservation status.
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Figure Conservation status of assessed habitats in EU-25, by biogeographical region
How to read the map: in the Mediterranean biogeographical region (see Box 2.2 for an explanation of biogeograhical regions) about 21 % of habitats have a favourable conservation status but 37 % have an unfavourable (bad/inadequate) status.
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Figure Conservation status of assessed species in EU-25, by taxonomic group
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Figure Deadwood in Pan-European forests, 1990-2005
In the period 1990-2005, an overall increase in dead wood by about 4.3 % was observed in the pan-European region (EEA, 2009), a sign of more biodiversity-friendly management.
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Figure Exceedances of critical loads for eutrophication due to the deposition of nutrient nitrogen in 2000 and 2010
The maps shows the exceedances of critical loads for eutrophication due to the deposition of nutrient N in the 2000 and 2010
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