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Figure Troff document Conservation status of marine habitat types and species listed in Annex I of the EU Habitats Directive
Conservation status of marine habitat types and species listed in Annex I of the EU Habitats Directive
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Publication EEA Signals 2010 - Biodiversity, climate change and you
Signals takes us on a journey, following the course of water from the glaciers of the Alps to the permafrost of the Arctic and the delta of the Ganges. We travel to familiar and far-flung places, looking at how we can rebuild our relationships with the crucial elements of everyday life— water, soil, air — and the animals and plants that make up the tapestry of life on Earth.
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Article Marine — biodiversity under pressure
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Publication 10 messages for 2010 — marine ecosystems
Marine ecosystems provide key services both globally and locally, which are essential for maintaining life on our planet. However, marine biodiversity faces an unprecedented range of pressures. In recent years climate change has caused changes in species distribution and presents new challenges for marine biodiversity as oceans become more acidic.
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Figure Octet Stream Marine Trophic Index for selected European seas (A)
How to read the graph: in the Baltic Sea, MTI has been decreasing since 1950.
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Figure chemical/x-molconn-Z Marine Trophic Index for selected European seas (B)
How to read the graph: in the Mediterranean Sea, MTI has been stable since 1950.
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Figure Trends in nutrient concentrations in transitional, coastal and marine waters, 1985-2005
How to read the graph: About 1 % of stations in the NE Atlantic reported a significant decrease of oxidized nitrogen concentrations between 19852005, the remainder reported no change
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Figure Marine Trophic Index percentage change between 1950 and 2004
How to read the graph: The MTI for the Black Sea was about 13 % lower in 2004 than it was in 1950.
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Indicator Assessment Status of marine fish stocks (CSI 032) - Assessment published Feb 2009
Most of the commercial catch is taken from stocks that are assessed. There is however a clear trend from north to south, with almost all catch coming from assessed stocks in the north to about  half of the catch in the south. In the Black Sea no stocks are assessed. Of the assessed commercial stocks in the NE Atlantic, about one third is outside safe biological limits. In the Mediterranean, about half of the assessed stocks are fished outside safe biological limits.
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Indicator Assessment Aquaculture production (CSI 033) - Assessment published Feb 2009
European aquaculture production has continued to increase rapidly during the past 15 years due to expansion in the marine sector in the EU and EFTA countries.  This increase represents a rise in pressure on adjacent water bodies and associated ecosystems, resulting mainly from nutrient release from aquaculture facilities. The precise level of local impact will vary according to production scale and techniques as well as local and regional hydrodynamics and chemical characteristics.
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