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Figure The Alps, as defined for application of the Alpine Convention
Perimeter of the Alpine Convention
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Figure chemical/x-molconn-Z Seasonal changes in precipitation and temperature up until the end of the 21st century, according to CLM scenario A1B
Left: absolute difference in temperature
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Figure Biogeographical regions, Europe 2001
Biogeographical regions without country borders
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Figure Main threats to biodiversity by biogeographic region
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Figure Biogeographical regions, Europe 2005
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Figure Biogeographical regions, Europe 2005, with national boundaries
Biogeographical regions with country borders in white
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Figure Biogeographical regions, Europe 2008
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Figure Temperature change in the Alps and their sub-regions according to different emission scenarios
Regional statistics: G = Greater Alpine Region, A = Alps, NW = north-western Alps, NE = northeastern Alps, SW = southwestern Alps, SE = southeastern Alps, H = higher than 1 500 m.
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Figure Increase in species richness on Swiss Alpine mountain summits in 20th century
Endemic, coldadapted species are declining as pioneer species drive them out of their characteristic niches due warming conditions
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Figure C source code header Annual precipitation series (left graph) and annual cloudiness series (right graph)
NW (top, grey) vs SE (bottom, black)
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