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Figure Soil sealing and population density in the capitals of EEA countries and the Western Balkans
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Figure Probable problem areas of local contamination in Europe
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Figure Soil sensitivity
This index is one of the components of the sensitivity to desertification index
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Figure Estimated organic carbon content (%) in the surface horizon (0-30 cm) of soils in Europe
The map shows the estimated organic carbon content (%) in the surface horizon (0-30 cm) of soils in Europe
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Figure Soil erosion: probable problem areas in Europe
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Figure Salinisation in Europe, 1993
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Figure application/vnd.symbian.install Data availability in EU for hot spots analysis
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Figure Overview of progress in management of soil contamination in WCE and some SEE countries
SOER2010-title: Contamited sites in Europe, 2006. The graphs shows the status of identification and clean‑up of contaminated sites in Europe as reported to the European Environment Agency through the Eionet priority data flows on contaminated sites. While trends vary across Europe, it is clear that the remediation of contaminated sites is still a significant undertaking.
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Figure Modelled soil moisture in Europe
Left: example of a forecast of topsoil moisture (15 July, 2008), right: subsoil available water capacity derived from modelling data.
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Figure Projected changes in soil organic carbon for cropland 1990-2080
Predicted changes in soil organic carbon for croplands 1990–2080. The image on the left shows changes due to climate change only while the map on the right shows changes as a result of variations in net primary production and the advent of new technologies related to crop management (e.g. machinery, pesticides, herbicides, agronomic knowledge of farmers) and breeding (development of higher yielding varieties through improved stress resistance and/or yield potential) that result in yield increases.
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