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Figure Black Sea Physiography
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Figure Wetland habitat comsumption by other landcover categories (from 1990-2000)
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Figure Octet Stream International nature protection areas in the Black Sea
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Figure Forest bird species with 'unfavorable conservation status'
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Figure Grassland butterflies — population index (1990 = 100)
Grassland butterflies - population index (1990 = 100)
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Figure Progress in the designation of SPAs by EU-15 Member States (Nov 2004)
SPA = Special Protected Areas
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Figure The EU Natura2000 network of designated areas (both SPAs and SCIs) across biogeographic regions
SPA = Special Protected Areas
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Figure The Natura 2000 network across biogeographical regions, status July 2008
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Figure Deep Sea biomes
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Publication 10 messages for 2010 - climate change and biodiversity
The variety of life underpins our social and economic wellbeing and will be increasingly an indispensible resource in the battle against climate change. However, our consumption and production patterns are depriving ecosystems of their capacity to withstand climate change and deliver the services we need from them. As we understand more about the ways that climate change is impacting biodiversity, it becomes clear that we cannot tackle the two crises separately. Their interdependence requires us to address them together.
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