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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 2001
Biogeographical regions without country borders
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Figure Biogeographical regions, Europe 2005
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Figure Biogeographical regions, Europe 2008
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Figure PostScript document Case studies in water-sensitive regions of the Alps
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Figure Change in temperature 1760–2007 for the Greater Alpine Region (GAR) Single years and 20-year smoothed mean GAR series from 1760–2007 (1760/1961–2007/2008)
Single years (thin lines) and 20-year smoothed mean (bold lines)
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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 text/texmacs Climate change and water conflicts
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Publication EEA Signals 2010 - Biodiversity, climate change and you
Signals takes us on a journey, following the course of water from the glaciers of the Alps to the permafrost of the Arctic and the delta of the Ganges. We travel to familiar and far-flung places, looking at how we can rebuild our relationships with the crucial elements of everyday life— water, soil, air — and the animals and plants that make up the tapestry of life on Earth.
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Figure PostScript document Erosion rate in the Alps
The Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE) was applied to the whole alpine area. The model calculates annual soil loss (t ha-1 yr-1) based on Rainfall Erosivity Factor (MJ mm ha-1 h-1 yr, Soil Erodibility Factor (t ha h ha-1 MJ-1 mm-1, Slope length Factor (dimensionless), Slope Factor (dimensionless), Cover Management Factor (dimensionless), Human Practices aimed at erosion control. The output grid cell is 100
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