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Figure Five meter elevation contour line
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Highlight chemical/x-mdl-rdfile Soil protection critical for Europe's economy and ecosystems
Soil is one of the planet's invaluable resources but continues to be degraded in Europe. Together, the mineral particles, water, air, organic matter, and living organisms that constitute soil perform key functions which underpin our society.
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File Octet Stream Windbreaks: Environmental Atlas of Europe - Georgia
During the Soviet era, Dedoplistskaro in south east Georgia was the country’s main production area for wheat and sunflower seeds. That came to an end in 1991 when Georgia became independent and Russia cut off its energy supply. To survive the cold winters, the people resorted to cutting down trees for firewood, stripping the countryside of the windbreaks that protected the crops and soil from the harsh desert winds and provided a natural habitat for many species of animals and plants.
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Figure application/vnd.symbian.install Data availability in EU for hot spots analysis
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Figure Water erosion in Europe, 1993
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Figure object code Zoom in on mountain and coastal areas Perpignan-Torino
What happens in the coastal zone is important to all Europeans
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Figure Coastal erosion patterns in Europe
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Figure Population density and land cover in coastal areas
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Figure Projected impacts of climate change on freshwater flows
The map shows mean variation in annual run-off in 1981-2000 and 2081-2100
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Data Soil erosion risk southern Europe, actual
The CORINE Soil Erosion Risk project (Version 1990) is an assessment of the potential and actual soil erosion risk in Southern Europe based on four factors: soil, climate, slopes and vegetation.
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