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Figure Observed and projected Arctic September sea-ice extent 1900-2100
Note: The retreat of the sea ice has been faster than predicted: Arctic September sea-ice extent from observations (thick orange line) together with the mean value (solid grey line) from 13 IPCC AR4 climate models and the variance (dotted black line) of models runs.
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Figure Percentage of females with imposex in the whelks Neptunea antiqua and Buccinum undatum in the Danish North Sea (2001)
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Figure Deep Sea biomes
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Figure Trend in absolute sea level in European Seas based on satellite measurements (1992–2013)
Trend in absolute sea level in European Seas based on satellite measurements (1992–2013)
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Figure (a) Volume of oil spilled per cause (b) type of causes of accidents (for accidents above 7 tonnes per spill) in European Seas, 1990-2007
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Figure European coastal lowlands most vulnerable to sea level rise
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Highlight Marine litter – a growing threat worldwide
Increasing amounts of litter are ending up in the world’s oceans and harming the health of ecosystems, killing animals when they become trapped or swallow the litter. Human health is also at risk, as plastics may break down into smaller pieces that may subsequently end up in our food. These are just a few of the problems emerging from the waste collecting in our seas.
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