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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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Many protected areas are located in regions that contain large unfragmented patches. River systems that are protected are
visible as black lines. Depending on the particular objectives of a study, differing FGs are most suitable.

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