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Figure Share of utilised agricultural area under agri-environment schemes in 2001
The map shows the share of utilised agricultural area (UAA) under agri-environment schemes in 2001
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Figure D source code Simulated change in water-limited wheat production
The figure shows the simulated change in water-limited wheat production for 2030 compared with 2000 for the A1B emission scenario using a cold (ECHAM5) (left) and a warm (HADCM3) (right) climate change projection. The simulation was performed on a 25x25 km grid (assuming current area of wheat cropping) but the results are presented here at the NUTS-2 level.
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Publication Soil — SOER 2010 thematic assessment
Nearly all of the food and fibres used by humans are produced on soil. Soil is also essential for water and ecosystem health. It is second only to the oceans as a global carbon sink, with an important role in the potential slowing of climate change. Soil functions depend on a multitude of soil organisms which makes it an important part of our biodiversity. Nevertheless, soil in many parts of Europe is being over-exploited, degraded and irreversibly lost due to impacts from industrial activities and land use change, leading to soil sealing, contamination, erosion and loss of organic carbon. Due to these problems, legislation for the protection of soils has been proposed at EU level.
Located in The European environment – state and outlook 2010 Thematic assessments
Figure Soil contamination by heavy metals
Concentration of Pb in topsoils (0-25cm)
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Figure Soil erosion: probable problem areas in Europe
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Highlight chemical/x-mdl-rdfile Soil protection critical for Europe's economy and ecosystems
Soil is one of the planet's invaluable resources but continues to be degraded in Europe. Together, the mineral particles, water, air, organic matter, and living organisms that constitute soil perform key functions which underpin our society.
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Figure Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina National Park - anthropic pressures
Artificial and agricultural changes in and around the National Park
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Figure The dominant landscape types of Europe
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Eyewitness story The Forest Rights Act — empowering the powerless
Located in Signals — every breath we take Signals 2011 Eyewitness stories
Figure The Green Background of Europe
Conceptual grouping of CORILIS layers to approach european green areas (10 km radius)
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