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Data Predicted distribution of habitat suitability for EUNIS habitat types
The modelled suitability for the EUNIS habitat types is an indication of where conditions are favourable for each habitat type based on verified sample plot data (Braun-Blanquet database) and the Maxent software package. The modelled suitability maps may be used as a proxy for the potential geographical distribution of the habitat types in given environmental and climatic envelopes. Note however that it is not representing the actual distribution of the habitat types. A first set of habitat suitability maps for forest types is available. Over the next years more suitability maps of habitat types will be provided from this page.
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File Annex 2a and 2b: details the crosswalks between EUNIS habitat classification and the vegetation syntaxa (pdf)
Located in Publications Linking in situ vegetation data to the EUNIS habitat classification: results for forest habitats
Publication Linking in situ vegetation data to the EUNIS habitat classification: results for forest habitats
This report descibes the EUNIS habitat classification review which provides the context for a number of policy-related ecosystem and habitat assessments. It is a European reference to which other national or regional classifications can be cross referenced. The review of terrestrial EUNIS habitat classification, on the basis of georeferenced vegetation samples, aims to enhance the technical capacity for documenting, monitoring and assessing the quality of habitats at the European level. This work strengthens the knowledge base that is used for assessing progress towards the European Union (EU) and global biodiversity targets for 2020.
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Data Troff document Linkages of species and habitat types to MAES ecosystems
For reporting on state and trends of biodiversity from an ecosystem perspective, information on the association of species and habitat types to ecosystems is required. The database contains those associations based on butterflies, mammal, reptile and amphibian species listed in European Atlases, all species and habitats considered for reporting under Article 17 of the Habitats Directive and all bird species considered for reporting under Article 12 of the Birds Directive. The species and habitat types are linked to the MAES ecosystems types, which are used under Target 2 of the EU 2020 Biodiversity Strategy. This allocation of species and habitat per ecosystem is done for each of the nine terrestrial biogeographical regions (according to the Habitats Directive) and each marine region (according to the Marine Strategy Framework Directive).
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Figure Natura 2000: Birds and Habitats Directives
Data: 2014
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Publication EU 2010 biodiversity baseline — adapted to the MAES typology (2015)
This report presents a revised overview of the EEA's EU 2010 biodiversity baseline report. The revision is necessary because the typology of ecosystems used in the 2010 report has since been altered by a working group of biodiversity experts. The revised report provides the relevant facts and figures on the state and trends of the different biodiversity and ecosystem components recalculated to align with the new typology of ecosystems.
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Publication chemical/x-pdb European ecosystem assessment — concept, data, and implementation
Contribution to Target 2 Action 5 Mapping and Assessment of Ecosystems and their Services (MAES) of the EU Biodiversity Strategy to 2020
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Figure Pascal source code Trend of Special Protected Areas by area
The figure includes terrestrial and marine Special Protected Areas (SPAs). The area and percentage of territory corresponds to the area of Cyprus where the Community acquis apllies at present, according to protocol 10 of the Accession Treaty of Cyprus.
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Figure Trend for Sites of Community Importance by area
This figure includes terrestrial and marine Sites of Community Interest (SCIs). The area and percentage of territory corresponds to the area of Cyprus where the Community acquis applies at present, according to protocol 10 of the Accession Treaty of Cyprus.
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Data Visualization Conservation status by main type of habitats
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