European Environment Agency (2010): 10 messages for 2010 - Forest ecosystems. Copenhagen

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European Environment Agency (2010): 10 messages for 2010 - Forest ecosystems. Copenhagen
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EEA (2010)
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European Environment Agency
biodiversity
forest management
legislation, administration, other general
nature conservation
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10 messages for 2010
Forest ecosystems

Tartalom:
1 Forests cover a large part of Europe and fulfil multiple functions for society, providing economic, social and environmental benefits, including serving as a key reservoir of biodiversity
2 Old growth natural and semi-natural forests are the most valuable forest type in terms of storing biodiversity (including genetic variety) and carbon
3 Unsustainable forest management, fragmentation, airborne pollution and climate change are major threats to Europe's forest biodiversity
Unsustainable forest management
Fragmentation
Air pollution
Climate change
4 Interacting pressures on forest ecosystems are threatening species and habitats of European interest
5 European countries have taken measures to protect and restore forest biodiversity in Europe
References and further reading

CĂ­mszavazva - GE

Publisher: 
European Environment Agency
Location: 
ER ArchĂ­vum (2010/P-003)
Type: 
scientific book, textbook