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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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Figure object code Run-off and snow cover change up until the end of the 21st century in the winter, according to the CLM A1B scenario
Left: relative difference in water available for runoff
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Figure Special protection areas under the EU Birds Directive in the Alpine Biogeographical Region
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Figure Permanent settlement area within the Alpine Convention area
Available settlement area at level of municipalities
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Figure Average yearly run-offs of the main alpine rivers — tendencies
Bolt lines: 12-year moving average.
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Figure Changes in seasonal precipitation and run-off according to different emission scenarios in CLM
Left: relative difference in water available for runoff
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Figure The Alps, the main river basin districts and climatic sub-regions
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Figure Leading horizontal climate sub-regions of the Greater Alpine Region (GAR)
Bold lines: north-west (NW), north-east (NE), southwest (SW) and southeast (SE)
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Figure Alpine protected areas
The 900 protected areas in the ALPARC network are located in the eight Alpine countries that are under the scope by the Alpine Convention. The Convention encompasses the whole mountain range – an area of approximately 190,000 km². The protected areas extend over roughly 23% of the Alps.
Located in Environmental topics The Alpine region - Biodiversity, Energy and Water Biodiversity, Energy and Water
Folder Transport, Climate change and Tourism
Located in Environmental topics The Alpine region The Alpine region - Transport, Climate change and Tourism
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