The figure shows the expected average percentage of stable area of 856 plant species for two different climate scenarios by 2100. The S550e scenario corresponds to a stabilisation at 550 ppm CO2 equivalent and a global mean temperature increase of 2°C, the baseline scenario corresponds to a global mean temperature increase of more than 3°C.
Albania,Austria,Belgien,Belgium,Bosnia and Herzegovina,Bulgaria,Bulgarien,Croatia,Cyprus,Czech Republic,Denmark,Deutschland,Dänemark,Estland,Estonia,Finland,Finnland,France,Frankreich,Germany,Greece,Griechenland,Großbritannien,Hungary,Iceland,Ireland,Irland,Island,Italien,Italy,Kosovo (UNSCR 1244/99),Latvia,Lettland,Liechtenstein,Litauen,Lithuania,Luxembourg,Luxemburg,Macedonia (FYR),Malta,Moldova,Monaco,Montenegro,Netherlands,Niederlande,Norway,Norwegen,Poland,Polen,Portugal,Romania,Rumänien,San Marino,Schweden,Schweiz,Serbia,Slovakia,Slovenia,Slowakei,Slowenien,Spain,Spanien,Sweden,Switzerland,Turkey,Ungarn,United Kingdom,Zypern,Österreich
Alkemade, R., Bakkenes, M. und Eickhout, B., 2011, 'Towards a general relationship between climate change and biodiversity: an example for plant species in Europe', Regional Environmental Change, 11, S.143–150
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