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Publication Year: 
2021
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC123261
Authors: 
BOBBA Silvia
MARQUES DOS SANTOS Fabio
MAURY Thibaut
TECCHIO Paolo
WEILAND Fernand
PEKAR Ferenc
MATHIEUX Fabrice
ARDENTE Fulvio
Publication Year: 
2021
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC123758
Authors: 
HUBER Florian
KOOP Gary
ONORANTE Luca
PFARRHOFER Michael
SCHREINER Josef
Geolocations mentioned in coronavirus media coverage showing large clusters of news reports.
Geolocations mentioned in coronavirus media coverage showing large clusters of news reports.
Jan 14 2021
This media surveillance collects articles reported through publicly available web sites.
Publication Year: 
2021
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC122454
Authors: 
ABERNATHY Ryan
NETELER Markus
AMICI Alessandro
JACOB Alexander
CHERLET Michael
Publication Year: 
2021
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC122760
Authors: 
ZISSIS Georges
BERTOLDI Paolo
RIBEIRO SERRENHO Tiago
Publication Year: 
2021
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC123486
Authors: 
MURAUSKAITE-BULL Ingrida
CARAMIZARU Elena
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This springtail is one of the myriad of marvels that make up soil biodiversity, and play key roles in the functioning of ecosystems.
Jan 15 2021

In a Science article published today, an International team of researchers calls for greater consideration of soil biodiversity and functions in international conservation strategies, particularly when deciding on nature protection priorities and policies and new conservation areas.

A quarter of all known species live in the soil. Life above ground depends on the soil and its countless inhabitants. Yet, global strategies to protect biodiversity have so far paid little attention to this habitat.

The relevance of soils must be recognised far beyond agriculture.

The SOEF 2020 finds that European Forests are expanding, but monitoring their status remains crucial.
Jan 14 2021

Published last December, the 2020 edition of The State of Europe’s Forests (SoEF 2020) is a comprehensive summary on a multitude of forest aspects in the pan-European region. While the overall situation is stable, threats to forest health and economic sustainability remain high.

According to the report - produced by Forest Europe, with technical input from the UNECE, the FAO and the JRC – the European forest area increased by 9% over the past 30 years and, with 227 million hectares, now covers more than one-third of Europe’s land surface.

Publication Year: 
2021
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC122394
Authors: 
BATISTA LEITE Sofia
ZINCKE DOS REIS FERNANDES CIPRIANO Madalena
CARPI Donatella
COECKE Sandra
HOLLOWAY Marcelle
CORVI Raffaella
WORTH Andrew
VIEGAS BARROSO Joao Filipe
WHELAN Maurice
Publication Year: 
2020
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC122016
Authors: 
VENCKUTĖ Milda
BERG MULVIK Iselin
LUCAS Bill
CACHIA Romina

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