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Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium of the Pan-European Ecological Network, Riga, October 2002 Fragmentation of Habitats and Ecological Corridors

Proceedings
Series: Environmental Encounters Volume: 54
By: Council of Europe
110 pages, Maps
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Addresses two main questions: What is the current situation regarding habitat fragmentation in Europe? And what should be done about biological corridors?

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Proceedings
Series: Environmental Encounters Volume: 54
By: Council of Europe
110 pages, Maps
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