The graph summarizes links between 9 main habitat groups distinguished by the Annex I of the Habitat Directive and mountain regions. Three types of relations are distinguished: mountain habitat; both mountain and non-mountain habitat; non-mountain habitat.
Individual habitat types listed in the Annex I. of the
Habitat Directive habitats were classified based on their distribution to 3
above specified categories. For classification, published literature and expert
knowledge was used. The results were summarized for 9 main habitat groups
distinguished by the Annex I. and graphically displayed.
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