Effective mesh density values by NUTS-X region for Fragmentation Geometry FG-B2 in 2009. The NUTS-X regions represented by points above the diagonal line are more fragmented than predicted (e.g., FR107 Val de Marne) and those represented by by points below the diagonal line are less fragmented than predicted (e.g., CH04 Zurich).
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The model inludes all 10 predictor variables for all NUTS-X regions in Europe, using a square root transformation for seff and PD. The NUTS-X regions represented by points above the diagonal line are more fragmented than predicted (e.g. FR107 Val de Marne) and those represented by points below the diagonal line are less fragmented than predicted (e.g. CH04 Zurich). (The five NUTS-X regions with seff > 1 000 meshes per 1 000 km2 were excluded from the analysis: FR101 Paris, FR105 Hauts‑de‑Seine, FR106 Seine-Saint-Denis, UKI1 Inner London, BE10 Région de Bruxelles-Capitale.)
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