Europe 2011 - Rev. 1 - The biogeographical regions dataset contains the official delineations used in the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) and for the EMERALD Network set up under the Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats (Bern Convention).
The map visualise the content of the Knowledge Base of "Europe's Environment Assessment of Assessments (EE-AoA)". Represented are assessment-reports on the thematic topics "water" and "green economy" registered in the Virtual Library and contact information of experts involved in the process of developing the EE-AoA report launched at the seventh "Environment for Europe" Ministerial Conference in Astana, 21-23 September 2011. Reports are visualised at the place of the organisation who conducted the assessment report.
The maps describes the dominant landscape types (artificial dominance, dispersed urban areas, broad pattern intensive agriculture, rural mosaic and pasture, forest, open semi-natural or natural and composite
The Digital Map of European Ecological Regions DMEER- delineates and describes ecological distinct areas in Europe, on the basis of updated knowledge of climatic, topographic and geobotanical European data, together with the judgement of a large team of experts from several European nature related Institutions and the WWF
Think twice before buying more toys for your children.
Many of them are used only very shortly and then thrown away. Go for high-quality, long-lasting toys that can be used by several generations of children. Selling old toys on a flea market can give your toys a second life and can be much fun for you and the kids.
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