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Figure Distribution of exotic species across the Mediterranean Sea and mode of introduction in selected areas
Ship/Aqua denotes transportation via shipping and/or aquaculture.
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Figure Area of origin of the terrestrial and freshwater species listed as worst invasive species threatening biodiversity in Europe
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Figure Cumulative number of alien species established in 11 Nordic and Baltic countries* since 1900
* = Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Germany and the Russian Federation (west of Ural)
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Figure Examples of impacts from marine invasive alien species
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Figure Forest area covered by introduced, non-native, tree species.
Of the forest area dominated by introduced tree species, 13 % have become invasive species with impacts on forest biodiversity conservation (MCPFE, 2007 in EEA, 2008)
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Highlight Abundant 'natural capital' in Europe's faraway lands
From tropical islands to icy tundra, European Union overseas entities are rich in 'natural capital'. Many of these areas have highly productive land and seas, and a huge diversity of ecosystems; collectively they are home to an astounding number of globally significant species.
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