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Nature protection and biodiversity - State and impacts (Belgium)

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The state of and the impact on biodiversity in Belgium.
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22 Dec 2010
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Published: 05 Nov 2010 Modified: 21 Mar 2015 Feed synced: 22 Dec 2010 original

The state of biodiversity in Belgium is described with indicators on species abundance and detailed with figures on the conservation status of species of European interest for the national (where available) as well as the regional levels. Trends are given for some bird indices (e.g. the European common bird index). The state of biodiversity is always closely connected to the quality and availability of habitat, hence the inclusion of several descriptive figures on the progress of their conservation to conclude the section.


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