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Publication 10 messages for 2010 - Forest ecosystems
Short assessment of the status of the European forest ecosystems
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File reStructured Text A day in my forest: Environmental Atlas of Europe — Poland
Silent except for the humming of bees and the distant hammering of woodpeckers, Białowieża Forest is a fairytale landscape of tall trees, peat bogs and meadows – home to innumerable species of birds, invertebrates, lichens, fungi and other flora and fauna including grey wolves, lynx, elk and a large herd of rare European bison.
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File A forest built on coal: Environmental Atlas of Europe — Germany
When the coal mining era came to an end, large industrial areas in Germany’s Ruhr district were abandoned and many of them had to find a new direction. While decision-makers were still discussing how to tackle the situation, nature had already decided and many of the abandoned mines became beautiful wooded areas. The mine tracks, now covered with trees and bushes, form a perfect corridor for the movement of species from one site to another, contributing to increased biodiversity in these areas known as “urban forests”.
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Highlight OpenDocument Spreadsheet A walk in the woods on May 22 - International Biodiversity Day
Forests are some of the most important ecosystems in Europe, and are home to many thousands of species. Although the amount of forest cover is stable across Europe, it is declining worldwide, and the rich variety of life on Earth is also following this downward trend. On 22 May, International Biodiversity Day, the European Environment Agency invites you to explore and enjoy biodiversity in Europe’s forests.
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Figure Afforestation in Europe, 1990-2000
The Alps and the French Mediterranean
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Figure Afforestation in Europe, 1990-2000
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Figure An example of presenting the Forest Status Indicator: beech forest in Italy
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Figure Octet Stream Annual change in total forest area
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Publication Annual European Community greenhouse gas inventory 1990-2004 and inventory report 2006
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Figure D source code Annual variability in lightning-induced fire frequency (dots) and burnt area (bars) in the Swiss Alps
absolute and relative frequency distribution
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