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Publication Invasive alien species indicators in Europe - a review of Streamlining European Biodiversity (SEBI) Indicator 10
To support the 'Streamlining European 2010 Biodiversity Indicators' (SEBI 2010) process, the European Environment Agency (EEA) commissioned a study to revisit and further develop the indicator 'Invasive alien species in Europe'. The aim of the current project is to critically review and improve this indicator, and propose an updated methodology. Further, options for methodologies of new indicators, which monitor IAS over time across Europe, will be discussed. Particular attention is given to closely linking the indicator(s) to recent biodiversity policy goals and developments.
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Figure Volume of non-decomposed dead wood (m3 ha-1)
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Figure Weighted population trend of species predicted to lose range in response to climatic change (92 species)
How to read the graph: The weighted population index of species expected to lose in range due to climatic change has decreased by 20% since 1989.
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Figure Pascal source code Cumulative surface area of sites designated for the birds directive over time (special protection areas - SPAs)
The figure shows the cumulative surface area of sites designated for the birds directive over time (special protection areas - SPAs)
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Figure Cumulative surface area of sites designated for the birds directive over time (special protection areas - SPAs)
The figure shows the cumulative surface area of sites designated for the birds directive over time (special protection areas - SPAs)
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Figure Pascal source code Cumulative surface area of sites designated for EC birds directive over time (special protection areas - SPAs)
The figure shows the cumulative surface area of sites designated for EC birds directive over time (special protection areas - SPAs)
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Figure Cumulative surface area of sites designated for EC birds directive over time (special protection areas - SPAs)
The figure shows the cumulative surface area of sites designated for EC birds directive over time (special protection areas - SPAs)
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Figure text/texmacs North-east Atlantic Ocean physiography (depth distribution and main currents)
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Figure Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD5) and total ammonium concentrations in rivers between 1992 and 2006
Between 1992 and 2006, BOD5 decreased from 5 to 2 mg O2/l
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Figure Total emissions of acidifying substances (sulphur, nitrogen) and of nitrogen in the EEA-32 from 1990 to 2006
How to read the graph: in 1990, the total of acidifying emissions was around 1 500 Gg, while for nitrogen fractions it was more than 500 Gg.
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