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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 Special protection areas under the EU Birds Directive in the Alpine Biogeographical Region
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Figure Temperature and precipitation in the Alps for the period 1961–1990
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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 The Alpine biogeographical region.
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Folder The Alpine region
The Alpine region covers a territory of approximately 190 700 km² and encompasses eight European countries: Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Slovenia and Switzerland. The Alpine mountain ridge ranges up to 4 810 m above sea level, and its altitude decreases from west to east, with the highest peak — Mont Blanc — located in the Western Alps.
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Folder The Alpine region - Biodiversity, Energy and Water
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The Alpine region - Biodiversity, Energy and Water
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Folder The Alpine region - Transport, Climate change and Tourism
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The Alpine region - Transport, Climate change and Tourism
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