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Figure Land use and ecosystem cycles
The schema illustrates the interactions between land use and important environmental cycles.
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Figure Direct and indirect effects of land use for bioenergy
The schema shows a simplified chain of effects that use of land for bioenergy production can bring about.
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Figure Vanishing open landscape in the East Carpathians Biosphere Reserve, Slovakia
Land use development of the East Carpathians Biosphere Reserve in 3 time series (1949, 1987, 2003) identified from aerial photographs
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Figure European land cover in 2006, main land-cover categories of Europe
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Publication Landscape fragmentation in Europe
Joint EEA-FOEN report
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Figure Annual land take by artificial surfaces in the 36 European countries in the Corine land cover 2006 data set
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Figure D source code Growth of urban residential and economic areas in selected European countries, 1990–2000 and 2000–2006
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Figure Average annual growth percentages of built‑up areas in Tallinn, Prague and Dresden for different periods and under the Sustainable Europe (A) and Market Europe (B) scenarios
A: Sustainable Europe scenario B: Market Europe scenario
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Highlight Land use conflicts necessitate integrated policy
Demand for land in Europe is high. Food and biomass production, housing, infrastructure and recreation all compete for space, with impacts on our climate, biodiversity and ecosystem services. In a recent assessment, the European Environment Agency (EEA) analyses land use change in Europe, concluding that we need an integrated policy approach based on reliable data to balance sectoral demands and manage land sustainably.
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Figure Projected impacts of climate change on terrestrial ecosystems
The maps show projected impacts of climate change on terrestrial ecosystems: forest cover gain, shrub/woodland cover gain, herbaceous cover gain, desert amelioration, grass/tree cover loss, forest/woodland decline, forest type change, according to 2 climate scenarios (SRES B1 and SRES A2).
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