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Illustration of fragmentation geometry FG-B2 using an example from Switzerland and adjacent countries

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The barriers are shown in black (built-up areas, roads, railways), and the colours indicate the sizes of the remaining patches in the landscape. Lake Constance and Lake Geneva are visible at the top and on the left of the map, respectively. In FG-B2, the lakes and mountains were considered as barriers, but were not included in the reporting units.

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